COVID-19 vs. the Flu
In the midst of a COVID-19 surge it may be the contagious illness that is top of mind, but health experts say you still must get your flu shot.
I Have COVID-19. Now What?
You've gotten the results: COVID-19 was detected. Here are some of the answers you’re looking for and guidance on what to do next.
Top Ways You Can Help Fight COVID-19
The coronavirus isn’t stopping, and neither can we. Here are the top ways you can become an advocate for health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
6 Daily Steps to Improve Your Mental Well-Being
Life gets busy for all of us, and constant stress can do a number on our mental well-being. Fortunately, there are ways to combat stress and remain positive throughout the day.
COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ
Following months navigating a pandemic, the arrival of vaccines brings us much hope. It also brings many questions, and we’ll answer the most commonly asked ones here.
From A to V: A COVID-19 Glossary
The global pandemic we're facing together has sparked a whole new vocabulary. Here, we've listed and defined the key terms you're hearing every day – from long hauler to new variants of concern, such as Delta and Omicron.
COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness
The CDC recommends all people age 12 and over get their COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible. We've compiled a list of common questions to help inform you why COVID-19 vaccination is so important.
The Importance of Getting a Good Night’s Sleep
Learn how COVID-19, stress and sleep disorders could be impacting your sleep.
The Lasting Effects of COVID-19
What are COVID-19’s long-term effects on the body and what will life look like for long haulers? While much is still unknown, ongoing recovery and COVID-19 symptom management will require focus and time.
Tips for Staying Resilient During COVID-19
Turning Point offers resources and tools for staying resilient during difficult times, such as the COVD-19 pandemic. These videos provide self-calming techniques and tips on self-care, emotional expression and more.
Risky COVID-19 Parties Won’t Speed Herd Immunity
If you're considering attending a COVID-19 party, our experts have 1 word of advice for you: Don't.
Why You Should Still Get a Screening Mammogram During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Director of breast imaging, Dr. Onalisa Winblad, explains the importance of regular screening mammograms, even during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lab Team Brings Up SARS-CoV-2 Testing
When COVID-19 arrived in Kansas City, the lab team at The University of Kansas Health System worked around the clock to develop in-house testing capabilities for the novel coronavirus.
We asked our infectious disease experts to answer your most pressing questions about COVID-19. Here’s what they had to say.
Dealing with Pandemic Depression
A survey by the National Center for Health Statistics shows nearly 30% percent of people are experiencing symptoms of clinical depression, compared to 6% last year. Greg Nawalanic, Psy-D, clinical director of psychology services at our Strawberry Hill Campus, explains why depression has increased.