What Should I Know About Sinus Pain In the Spring?

May 10, 2022

Sinus pain can result from multiple causes including illness and allergies. But it can also be affected by changes in seasonal triggers, especially in the spring. Instead of dreading the spring, you can prevent the symptoms that come with it. Here are a few things you need to know about sinusitis in the spring. How the spring affects sinus pain Spring is a beautiful season where the flowers bloom and the growing season begins for ...

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Is Covid-19 Slowing Down In The United States?

April 26, 2022

COVID-19 is a respiratory disease caused by a virus called SARS-CoV-2. It is a communicable disease that started in Wuhan, China. Since its discovery, it has spread around the world and has changed many things. It is a member of the coronavirus family, which includes other viruses that cause different conditions such as cold, flu, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS). How COVID-19 spreads Covid-19 spreads when fluids or small ...

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Main Health Benefits of Exercise for Patients

April 15, 2022

You’ve probably heard the advice to exercise often, but it can be challenging. But knowing why you should exercise regularly may help give you the motivation you need. Exercise has a ton of benefits to offer, both physiological and neurological. In fact, it’s one of the best ways to prevent chronic diseases and maintain proper heart health.  Below, we’ve gathered a list of some of the most compelling advantages exercising gives. Keep ...

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What Should I Do to Go Back To Sports/Exercise After A COVID Case?

April 15, 2022

For athletes and regular exercisers, catching COVID can be particularly inconvenient. Missing workouts and training sessions can set you back, so, understandably, you’d want to get back to it as soon as possible. But how do you know when you’re ready to head back to the gym after an infection? Today, we’ll discuss what you should do to go back to sports and exercise after a COVID case. What If I Was ...

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Does My Current COVID Vaccine Protect Against the Omicron Variant?

December 6, 2021

The Omicron variant, the most recently discovered mutation of COVID-19, is transmitting around the world at an alarming rate. While it is expected for viruses to mutate, scientists are still working quickly to understand the new dangers that this variant could pose for the public. It is important for patients to take advantage of the vaccinations available to help slow the spread of the virus and protect vulnerable populations.  Many patients are concerned whether their ...

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The Most Festive Ways to Get Exercise on Thanksgiving Day

November 12, 2021

We’ve all had the experience of eating one too many bites on Thanksgiving Day only to find yourself feeling miserably full. Keeping an active lifestyle through the holiday season is a great way to stay healthy, avoid overeating, and promote healthy digestion. Consider one of these fun and festive ways to get your daily exercise, even on Turkey Day!  Take a Walk  A good walk around the neighborhood after a big meal is something ...

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What Are Some Symptoms of Bronchitis?

October 6, 2021

Bronchitis is an uncomfortable ailment that includes symptoms such as persistent cough, tightness in the chest, fatigue, and mucus. These are just a few of many possible symptoms a patient undergoes when dealing with a bout of acute bronchitis. 10 million trips are made every year to a physician for cases of acute bronchitis, for which there is not much that can be done. Many patients wonder when their symptoms require medical attention and when ...

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Can I Get A Flu Shot If I Have Allergies?

September 15, 2021

The flu vaccines or shots develop antibodies in your body after two weeks of administering the injection. The primary goal of these antibodies is to protect you against viruses. In the upcoming fall season, seasonal influenza (flu) vaccine can help combat the flu virus. However, concerns regarding allergies and flu shots are increasing for some people as the fall season comes near.  When Do Flu Shots Contradict With Allergies? There are multiple reasons to support ...

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COVID-19 Risks and Outdoor Recreation at Public Parks

September 8, 2021

If you are planning to take a long walk in a nearby park after a tiring working week, you should consider your safety and pf those around you first. Will you be at risk for Covid-19 if you are at a park? You may be risking your health for the sake of recreational activity. Nevertheless, it doesn't mean that you can't enjoy the fresh air and open space at all. By learning useful ...

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COVID-19 Updates, Concerns, FAQs for the Fall Season

August 20, 2021

Summer was expected to see a reduction in Covid cases. However, more Americans became carefree with safety measures and only a few got vaccinated. This trend, therefore, led to the surprising yet predictable surge in the number of cases in the US.  The fall is fast approaching, yet the figures are rising. In fact, about 84 percent of all states in the country are currently experiencing a rise in COVID cases. Sadly, both adults and ...

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