Coping with COVID-19 | Children Helping Parents

African Americans have a higher risk of deadly complications from COVID-19. If children can be educated about how to establish healthier habits, researchers believe the children can help their parents and grandparents change some of lifestyle factors that contribute to the high risk of coronavirus complications.
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