Which at-home Covid-19 testing works for you?

Testing is an important tool to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Public health experts and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that Americans use at-home tests if they begin to have symptoms, at least five days after coming in close contact with someone who has COVID-19, or are gathering indoors with a group of people who are at risk of severe disease or unvaccinated.

Two types of diagnostic tests are currently available in the US. PCR tests detect viral RNA. Antigen tests, also called rapid diagnostic tests, detect specific proteins on the surface of the coronavirus. Antigen test results may come back in as little as 15 to 45 minutes; you may wait several days for PCR test results. ​

Beginning January 15, 2022, individuals with private health insurance coverage or covered by a group health plan who purchase an over-the-counter COVID-19 diagnostic test authorized, cleared, or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will be able to have those test costs covered by their plan or insurance. Insurance companies and health plans are required to cover 8 free over-the-counter at-home tests per covered individual per month. That means a family of four, all on the same plan, would be able to get up to 32 of these tests covered by their health plan per month. (See corresponding policies).

 

There are over 200 different COVID test kits authorized by U.S. Food and Drug Administration. We help you compare and find the best home test products to protect your health and your family.

Find Right At-Home Antigen Testing

Rapid diagnostic tests that can take less than an hour to get the test results

Find Right At-Home PCR Testing

Gold standard test for diagnosing COVID-19

How to recover from Covid-19

The post-COVID-19 recovery process in some cases can be varied, complex and prolonged. Patients who have recovered from COVID-19 and are experiencing lingering health issues including:

  • Weakness

  • Fatigue

  • Pain: joint, muscle, etc. 

  • Difficulty performing usual activities

  • Emotional issues

  • Cognitive impairment and memory loss

  • Psychological Issues: PTSD, insomnia, anxiety and depression

Recovering from COVID-19 can be a gradual process. These symptoms may make it more difficult to return to your normal activites of daily living and you may have many questions about your illness as you transition back home.

We have compared and selected a few treatments and rehab programs that can help you recover from Covid-19.

Still Life

Studies have shown that in the stable stage of the acute stage of the disease, the earlier the rehabilitation intervention, the better the recovery.

How can I prevent Covid-19

The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to the virus. The CDC recommends everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases. They include: 

We have compared more than 500 products and selected products that can help boost your immunity and avoid being exposed to the virus.

Screen Shot 2022-01-17 at 11.24.18 PM.png

Clean and Disinfect

Cleaning and disinfecting products with balanced features

Screen Shot 2022-01-17 at 11.28.31 PM.png

Boost the Immune System

Immune-strengthening strategies with recommended products

Subscribe to get exclusive updates and insights

Thanks for subscribing!