Joshua Bote, USA TODAY Published 11:57 a.m. ET April 30, 2020 | Updated 12:07 p.m. ET April 30, 2020CLOSE Doctors are offering advice as Americans face sometimes confusing decisions about what they should and should not do to protect their health as businesses and activities start to reopen from coronavirus closings. (April 28) AP DomesticThe sister of Dr. Lorna Breen, the New York emergency physician who died by suicide this week, said COVID-19 “altered” Breen’s brain.Jennifer Feist, Breen’s sister, said Breen worked through “unimaginable conditions” in the weeks leading to her death.She and her husband Corey appeared on the “Today” show to speak about their sister’s life and death — as well as the stressful conditions frontline workers are enduring during the coronavirus pandemic.When “Today” host Savannah Guthrie asked Feist whether Breen’s “strenuous” work conditions or her coronavirus diagnosis contributed to her sister’s death, she responded: “I know for myself in my heart that it was both.“She had COVID. And I believe that it altered her brain, and then she went back to the most horrific, unimaginable conditions.“And for somebody whose life’s calling is helping people, and she just couldn’t help enough people. And the combination was just untenable.”Feist said that Breen worked

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