After testing positive for COVID-19, it’s beneficial to have a dietary plan in place. For example, you’ll want to avoid these foods.
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Certain practices help optimize immune function, but there are also nutrient-dense recipes that give your immune system a helping hand.
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Increase your antioxidant intake when you slurp up this tangy beet and cranberry smoothie that embraces seasonal holiday ingredients.
Some providers suggest that people hydrate before getting the COVID-19 booster shot in order to reduce the risk of potential side effects.
Winter is coming, and with the colder months, experts say that there may be a rise in COVID-19 cases. Here’s the explanation.
It’s possible that people lost their sense of smell after contracting COVID-19. Smell training, a new therapy, may help regain that sense.
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People faced many unexpected during the pandemic. In a post pandemic world, COVID-19 survivors seem to be suffering from brain fog.
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Certain foods will cause flare-ups or increase psoriasis symptoms. See which top foods you should avoid if you have the condition.
How will your body respond to exercising after the COVID-19 vaccine? Health experts say “yes,” as long as you’re feeling good.
A new experimental drug in Israel recently cured 30 out of 30 moderate to severe cases of COVID-19, and newer research shows promise.
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What are the safest things to do with your family during the holidays? We’ve got a great list of fun, pandemic-safe activities.
Don’t neglect your immune system! Keep up your body’s defense against infection by regularly drinking this smoothie.