We recommend checking with your health care provider if you experience symptoms of the coronavirus disease COVID-19. In the meantime, we've covered coronavirus prevention measures you can take, as well as what you can do if you get saddled with expensive medical bills.
here's where you can buy a home test kit for COVID-19.
Prices range between $25 and $150 per test, and at least one company will bill the cost to your insurance company.
The CDC recommends using hand sanitizer when soap and water aren't available.
Target to limit the amount one shopper can purchase. But if you're focused on coronavirus prevention, is keeping sanitizer on hand even worth it? Check out our guide on whether hand sanitizer works on the coronavirus, which answers questions like these:
- Does hand sanitizer work on the coronavirus?
- Is it as good as washing your hands?
- What does it need to contain?
If you end up an unintentional homebody, make the best of the situation and check out our tips for coping with social distancing. You and your family can prioritize self-care and combat cabin fever with enjoyable activities.
Check out our guide on how to negotiate medical bills to see what your options are and the best course of action to take.
Set your family up with games and supplies that will keep everyone entertained during long periods of time at home.
29% of Americans had the ability to work from home between 2017 and 2018. If you're telecommuting a lot these days, you may be happier and more productive if you put some thought into designing your home office setup.
To help you generate a few home office setup ideas, we've put together a helpful infographic. Check it out now!
encouraged people to stock up on medications and other supplies. Even when there isn't a pandemic taking place, it's still important to save on over-the-counter drugs whenever you can.
But whether you're stocking up on over-the-counter meds in case of emergencies, or just refilling your supply of Tylenol, the costs can add up quickly. So what are the best ways to get a discount on medications? Check out our guide for the tips and tricks you should know!
Read on to learn about price gouging laws and the actions you can take if you think you've paid too much for an essential item.
Price gouging laws typically limit how much an item's price can rise after a state of emergency is declared.
With people everywhere practicing social distancing, it can be challenging to entertain kids stuck at home. Fortunately, there are tons of educational websites for kids that parents can rely on. Check out our guide to learn more about them.
six work from home tips to help you get acclimated. Tips like these:
- Set up a work from home routine
- Control your work from home environment
- Exercise self-control when working from home
buy a bidet aside from future toilet paper panics? We've got all the details you need to make that decision! Learn about the different types of bidets and how much they cost in our helpful guide.
We've seen hand-held bidet attachments cost as little as $11 — how long would it take you to spend that much on toilet paper?
online grocery delivery has also grown in popularity over the last couple of years, and has expanded to even more areas.
So how do you choose the best online grocery delivery service for you? There are a number of options, but this guide lays out what you need to know before you sign up for any of them.
If you can't find toilet paper, napkins, or disinfecting wipes, don't fret! Other options are available, though they might be more expensive. Here's what to buy during a supply shortage.
If you're thinking a home gym might be the way to go, you may ask yourself, "When does exercise equipment go on sale?" Check out our guide to find out!
Try to find fitness apps that offer free trials, so you can get an idea of how they work before you invest in them.
New Year's resolution to tone up or slim down. While a gym membership might seem like an easy way to kick-start this goal, not everyone is comfortable working out surrounded by other people. However, that doesn't mean you have to put your physical fitness on hold.
Tons of fitness apps are available to choose from, but not all of them are worth your time. Here are the 10 best home workout apps.