The delta variant has become the dominant strain of the coronavirus, resulting in an alarming number of new infections.
Diabetes or prediabetes put people at a higher risk for COVID-19 infection. Now it seems that the illness may trigger diabetes in some people.
You’ve likely heard a lot of misinformation exists about the COVID-19 vaccines. This article aims to debunk the myths about them.
Are you looking to resume your old workout routine? Learn how to start exercising safely after a long exercise hiatus.
How safe is the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine now that a select number of people experienced blood clots? Read for more information.
Returning to the office after working from home can be a challenge. Here are 4 tips to help ease your transition back into office life.
After getting the COVID-19 vaccine, there are certain things you should and should not do. This article explains what not to do.
As the country moves past the one year anniversary of COVID-19 lockdowns, it still grapples with how to reopen and vaccination efforts.
A new experimental drug in Israel recently cured 30 out of 30 moderate to severe cases of COVID-19, and newer research shows promise.
Do you have the travel bug? Need to get away for a little while? Here’s what experts have to say about flying during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Health experts worry about the state of global health in 2021, and advise people wot watch out for these predicted health trends.
Have you packed on some weight since the start of the pandemic? You are not alone and we can help you get back on track.
Holding a thermometer to your forehead to check your temperature is supposed to slow the spread of COVID-19, but how effective is it?
With plastic face shields becoming more popular, people are ready to ditch their masks. Studies show that that isn’t the wisest choice.
Finding the motivation to exercise on your own can be tough. Luckily, many fitness instructors now offer outdoor gym classes during the pandemic.
The facial covering you wear during the pandemic matters. Read this article to find out which face masks are the most effective against COVID-19.
It’s tempting to gather in large groups and be merry for Independence Day, but better to be safe with these tips to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Having trouble finding face masks online or in stores? From coffee filters & bandanas to rubber bands & fabric, you can easily make your own masks.
World Health Day takes place annually on April 7th. This year highlights the importance of nurses and midwives and how they impact global health care.
It remains uncertain how long COVID-19 can live on a surface, but you can protect yourself from germs by cleaning your phone frequently.