Between all the Zoom hours logged in work-from-home meetings and remote schooling, some of us may be on the brink of what some are calling virtual burnout.
You can use this card thereafter to recall important health information, including the type of COVID-19 vaccine received and the dates of first and second doses.
Experts recommend ways to reduce nightmares including not dwelling on the bad dream and thinking of happy endings to potential dreams before going to sleep.
Experts say there is no evidence to suggest that breastfeeding during the COVID-19 pandemic is unsafe.
Experts say it appears pets can contract the novel coronavirus from humans, although the transmission still seems to be rare.
Experts say a pets can help people deal with loneliness and isolation during COVID-19 shelter in place orders.
“Only those with autoimmune and other conditions…” Do you realize how many people, including many of your loved ones, this includes? I do not think so.
I wrote this because I know I am not the only one seeing these posts about deep cleaning and Marie Kondo-ing and learning new languages. All of those things are amazing things. They are.
Researchers say new saliva tests are nearly as accurate as throat and nasal swabs to detect COVID-19.
Experts say there are ways to decrease the impact of the upcoming time change.
Experts say that while playing video games alone can increase loneliness in children, interactive video gaming with online friends can help ease loneliness.
You know when there is a shift in your relationship. Do not ignore your feelings.
Researchers say the COVID-19 pandemic and the obesity epidemic overlap, and they’re calling on the food industry to help people eat healthier diets.
Researchers say certain types of neck gaiter face coverings aren’t effective in stopping the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
Gaiters made of cotton and triple layered are the most effective according to experts.
The cannabis industry in Canada is swiftly responding to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Our federal government has deemed medical cannabis production essential to our healthcare infrastructure.
A new survey by the American Dental Association indicates that less than 1 percent of dentists nationwide have tested positive for COVID-19.