What Are Colleges Doing To Stay Safe during Covid-19: 2021 Update?

August 24, 2022

This fall season, there are high chances of flu infection cases rising along with the covid cases. Amidst the pandemic and dangers of influenza (flu) infections, colleges and schools are reopening this fall. Students will be returning to their normal routines. However, there will be a relative change in the environment and practices. By adopting preventative measures and formulating precautionary strategies, colleges are working to keep their faculty, staff, and students safe. Here’s the ...

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Why Are My Allergies Getting Worse In The Spring?

May 10, 2022

Spring is the time of the year when allergies are more likely to become common and intense. This is because pollen and seasonal-allergy triggers spread out even more during this time of the year, filling the air outside and inside the home. Hence, people begin to sneeze and sniffle from irritation of the nasal cavities and passage. Find out more about how spring affects allergies in this post as well as what you can do ...

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Spring Break Health-related Travel Tips

April 26, 2022

Spring break is a great time to unwind and enjoy a brief vacation with friends or family. With students out of school during the spring break, many families see it as the best time of the year to go on vacation. Whether you are planning for a short road trip or packing a suitcase for a trip abroad, planning ahead can save and relieve some travel stress. While preparing for spring break, here are some ...

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How to Treat an Injury I Got on the Job

April 15, 2022

While employers and employees take special care to avoid injury at work, they can still happen, even with precautions and training. Knowing how to deal with a workplace injury is crucial, especially if you want to get back to work soon. Below, we’ve got all the information you need on how to treat an injury you got on the job, so you don’t miss out on compensation or getting back to work. Keep ...

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I Think I Have COVID, But I Need to Visit My Medical Provider

April 15, 2022

COVID-19 has proven to be a fast-moving and sometimes deadly virus, so what do you do when you think you have it? Knowing COVID best practices will help you slow its spread and speed up your recovery. This article will discuss what to do if you need to visit your medical provider but think you might have COVID. Keep reading to learn more. Do I Have COVID? Most people who contract COVID-19 experience mild to ...

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Why Are So Many Worried About the COVID-19 Omicron Variant?

December 13, 2021

Public health officials and the people are concerned over the latest strain of COVID-19, the Omicron variant, which was recently discovered in South Africa. We know that viruses mutate to become stronger as populations develop resistance. So why are so many people worried about the COVID-19 Omicron variant?  World health leaders are concerned that the Omicron variant could result in a wave of illness across the globe. Researchers are working hard to learn more about ...

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Why Are Cases of Bronchitis Common During Wintertime?

November 11, 2021

Bronchitis is a frustrating illness that always seems to occur at the worst possible times. The relentless cough, mucus, congestion, and difficulty breathing can bring added frustration to everyday activities. Remember when you were a kid and your mother said that you would get sick if you weren’t dressed properly in the winter weather? The truth is that yes, more cases of bronchitis do occur in the winter, but not for reasons we were ...

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School Sports Safety Tips for Fall 2021

September 24, 2021

Fall is the season when young athletes participate in various games and activities representing their schools. While it may be time to prepare for your school’s annual sports, you have to take preventive measures due to the global pandemic. Proper guidance and Covid-19 protection tips can ensure safety for young athletes and their families.  Strict Covid-19 Safety Guidance for Athletic Leagues for Fall of 2021 All states have athletic leagues, games, and events. We ...

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Pediatric Urgent Care: What to know about it Post-Pandemic

September 19, 2021

Families all over the U.S are starting to return to the “new normal” where fully vaccinated patients can return to normal activities. The COVID pandemic is still technically ongoing, according to the CDC, but COVID risks and access to testing and vaccines are making it safer for families to get standard medical care. Specifically, the need for pediatric urgent care is growing in demand as society goes back to regular routines for school, work ...

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Flu Shot Season Preparation For 2021

August 12, 2021

The Flu Season is no longer a stranger to most people as various preparations are being made to cope with this season. During the thick of the pandemic last year, there was reportedly a vast drop in the rate of flu-related cases. This was primarily because movements were restricted, exposure to triggers was significantly reduced, and the constant and consistent washing of hands and wearing of masks were in place. However, experts have warned that ...

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