How to handle coronavirus anxietyHuman behavior expert, psychotherapist Dr. Karen Ruskin, tells ‘Fox & Friends’ how to stay positive and not let anxiety get the best of you during the coronavirus pandemic.Viral posts on social media that have also shown up in email chains falsely claim there’s a way to self-test for the coronavirus that involves holding your breath — advice that purports to come from Stanford.The university said Friday it has nothing to do with the bogus breathing test claim, which appeared to surface in the past week.“Misinformation about COVID-19 symptoms and treatment falsely attributed to Stanford is circulating on social media and in email forwards,” Stanford tweeted. “It is not from Stanford.”CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS PROMPT UNIVERSITIES TO CANCEL STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMSSocial media users are sharing the false post on What’s App, Twitter and Facebook, The Associated Press reported Thursday.“Taiwan experts provide a simple self-check that we can do every morning,” says the post, purportedly from a friend on the Stanford Hospital board. “Take a deep breath and hold it for more than 10 seconds. If you complete it successfully without discomfort, stuffiness or tightness, it proves there is no fibrosis in the lungs, basically indicating no infection.”The post also claims if a

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