Being prepared is smart! Panicked hoarding, not so much.
As a last-resort measure, some hospitals would consider using homemade masks for patients who don’t have COVID-19.
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.
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.
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.
Car camping can be challenging for wheelchair users, but with the right gear and information, anyone can feel confident spending a night in the great outdoors.
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.