How To Prevent Workplace Injuries

May 10, 2022

Even though the COVID pandemic still lingers, there remains a need to prevent workplace injuries for employers and employees alike. This is because businesses and offices are re-opening so it would be helpful to provide resources, training, and establish COVID protocols and well as injury protocols to avoid accidents in the workplace. Here are some key protocols to prevent workplace injuries. 1.Effect an accident prevention and wellness program in the workplace This is the ...

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The most common types of illness during springtime

April 26, 2022

Spring is a season that comes after winter. It is a sought after period for many reasons, starting from the fact that we can return to outdoor activities and enjoy the lengthening of the day. With springtime comes longer days, warmer temperature, frequent showers, and beautiful blooms. However, spring time is also known as a period of allergies. Because of the weather conditions, certain illnesses and allergies are easily contracted and transferred. The reason behind ...

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Do I Have COVID-19 or Allergies?

April 14, 2022

While the COVID-19 pandemic is slowing and the world is aiming to get back to normal, it is still a pandemic. And now that allergy season is coming up, you might be wondering if your symptoms are allergies or the more threatening coronavirus. Here, you’ll find out how to know what the cause of your symptoms is and what you can do about it. COVID-19 vs. Allergies COVID-19 and allergies are very different, even ...

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How Does STD Testing Work?

April 14, 2022

STD testing is a crucial aspect of maintaining sexual health for sexually active adults. If you’ve never had an STD test, don’t worry; testing is simple and generally fast and painless. Below, you’ll find more information on how STD testing works and what to expect. When to get tested STD testing is a big part of staying healthy. If you are a sexually active adult, you should get an STD test whenever ...

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Which Medical Conditions have the Highest Risk of COVID-19 Complications?

January 4, 2021

Suffering from COVID-19 involves facing several complications, which may vary depending on various factors. For instance, seniors are at higher risk of dangerous symptoms, especially those who suffer from chronic diseases. Coronavirus exacerbates symptoms of these medical conditions, increasing the death rate. Regardless of your age, you are at higher risk of developing severe symptoms if you deal with conditions like obesity, diabetes, lung disease, autoimmune deficiencies, cancer, heart disease, and other chronic illnesses. This ...

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What is a COVID-19 Saliva Test?

November 15, 2020

  As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, scientists and medical experts are still looking for ways to improve testing. By now, several different types of tests can accurately identify a COVID infection. Many of these can be inconvenient, expensive, and invasive, but one new test may provide a much better option for potential COVID patients. Common COVID Tests The most common type of test for the COVID virus that has been in use for most the pandemic ...

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The Common Cold vs. Influenza

November 15, 2020

The onset of autumn means the beginning of cold and flu season. But just because these two illnesses show up at the same time of year doesn’t mean they are the same thing. And with the sudden presence of the COVID-19 virus, it can be even more confusing to know what your respiratory ailment is. If you aren’t sure how to tell if what’s causing your sniffles is the flu or the ...

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Should I prepare for a second wave of COVID-19?

November 15, 2020

The second wave of infectious disease during a pandemic situation like the current one can be scary. However, preparing correctly will help you face any issues with the virus as cases start rising again. Here are a few ways you can make sure you’re ready for the next wave Of COVID-19. Stock up on health monitoring equipment As the second wave hits, hospitals will likely see an increase in patients, leading to another overfilled ...

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When Should I Go to Urgent Care with a Cold?

September 30, 2020

Everyone hates getting sick, but unfortunately, everyone becomes sick at some point. One sickness that is the trickiest to avoid, and the most common, is a cold. The common cold is not usually a big deal. They do not always require a trip to the doctor or urgent care. For the most part, people tend to be able to simply wait it out for a few days or a week, being sure to stay hydrated ...

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Should I Be Preparing for a Second Wave of COVID-19?

August 24, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic is constantly evolving, and so is the information surrounding it. Around the world, countries are experiencing the COVID-19 pandemic differently, and as it continues, this experience also changes. Some countries are experiencing a decline in the number of new COVID-19 infections, while other countries are experiencing spikes. The big question the experts ask is when will the first wave COVID-19 end and is a second wave coming in the fall? The coronavirus ...

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