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Restaurants and COVID-19: How to Dine Safely

Restaurant dining has been forever changed since COVID-19. Now every table is going to be at least 6 feet apart, menus need to be disposable and both hand sanitizer and face masks have become the norm. No matter how many safety measures are put in place by a restaurant, there will always be some level […]

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Negative Thinking Can Harm Your Brain and Increase Your Dementia Risk

Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia have been receiving increased study, as a result of the growing demographic of elders in the population. The research has resulted in a greater understanding of the causes and treatments for these conditions. A recent study from the United Kingdom has placed a focus on how repetitive negative thinking […]

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Type 1 Diabetes Costs $2,500 a Year With Insurance

A recent study revealed that the average Type 1 diabetic in America will spend about $2,500 on out of pocket medical expenses associated with his or her illness this year. And while insulin the cost of insulin for diabetes patients can be substantial, the insulin they need to maintain their health only accounts for 18 […]

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Are Face Masks Irritating Your Skin? Here’s How to Stop It

Face Masks Can Cause Skin Irritation The current global Covid-19 pandemic forced us to adapt to including face masks in our daily attires rapidly. We are going to wear face masks for a while because Covoid-19 does not seem to end despite consistent preventive strategies. One month ago, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) announced […]

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How to Tell if The Hand Sanitizer You’re Buying is Effective

With many new companies producing hand sanitizer in lieu of the COVID-19 outbreak, it is important to make sure the sanitizer you’re buying is actually effective. While the FDA has become a bit laxer on the requirements for making hand sanitizer, there are still many companies out there selling and advertising products that aren’t up […]

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Diabetics Possibly Having FEWER Heart Attacks and Strokes

More than 400 million people, worldwide, have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. As is often the case with diabetes, people also suffer from cardiovascular disease, kidney disease, amputation, eye disease, and neuropathy, just to name a few. Interestingly enough, however, a study in Australia, conducted on Australian patients with type 2 diabetes, has shown […]

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How to Create a Pandemic Social Bubble

Keeping safe during the pandemic does not necessarily mean having to not be social in-person. Some people are creating social bubbles with which to ride out the next few months. It is a way for people to be social while still maintaining social distancing, and it can help as the country seeks to slowly re-open. […]

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Should You Worry? Allergies or Covid 19?

The new Coronavirus has altered our world. Covid 19, the illness caused by the new Coronavirus, has doctors and scientists scrambling to learn as much as possible as quickly as possible. It is not surprising that in all this uncertainty, many people start to worry when they begin to suffer from cold-like symptoms. The new […]

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Did You Know? 15 Percent of People Who Survive Heart Attacks Develop PTSD

Heart disease is a very serious illness that affects millions of Americans. It’s also the #1 cause of death in the United States, according to Medical News Today. Thousands of people die each year of heart attacks and heart disease. Many more people survive heart attacks, fortunately. However, that doesn’t mean they’re out of the […]

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Raising Children Without The Village: How New Parents Can Cope During The Pandemic

Parents who are stuck at home during the pandemic have lost the village that helped them raise their children. You may not have realized how much support you got when you left the house, and there are some tips below that will help you cope. You can use these tips to change your daily routine, […]

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