As a last-resort measure, some hospitals would consider using homemade masks for patients who don’t have COVID-19.
Being prepared is smart! Panicked hoarding, not so much.
If you are looking for a way to help medical workers get personal protective gear, there are local, organized efforts that 3D-printing hobbyists can join.
At-home oximeter testing can be useful to establish a baseline idea of a person’s blood-oxygen levels and pulse, but the readings may be inaccurate.
The “best” cloth face mask is the one you will wear (and not fuss with). Here’s how to find a mask that fits and is reasonably comfortable.
The women of Wirecutter drew on our experience—many of us log thousands of miles a year—to create a packing list to help you truly enjoy flying solo.
An IRS rule change means your employer may allow you to adjust your FSA contributions midyear. Here’s the case for increasing (or decreasing) them.
After 120 hours of research, we chose 30 products that will be indispensable in case of a natural disaster—and helpful in everyday life, too.