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Are you ready to go back to work? COVID-19 Evaluations for Workers, Employees

After eight months of home quarantine, people are dying to go back to work. However, are you ready to go back?. People have now adapted to staying at home and will need some time to get used to being outside. 

At the same time, many people are tired of being at home all the time. People […]

By |July 23rd, 2020|Blog, News and Press|Comments Off on Are you ready to go back to work? COVID-19 Evaluations for Workers, Employees

COVID-19 Prevention for Patients with Chronic Diseases

Immunocompromised people with pre-existing and chronic conditions are most prone to dangerous symptoms. The virus causes respiratory illness. For this reason, patients with breathing problems, asthma, and other chronic conditions need to take special care to prevent infection. People who are already suffering from the chronic disease will experience worse COVID-19 symptoms. They might have […]

By |July 21st, 2020|Blog, News and Press|Comments Off on COVID-19 Prevention for Patients with Chronic Diseases

The Most Frequently Asked Questions About the Coronavirus

The most trending topic these days is the coronavirus. Many people still do not have a grasp on what the coronavirus is and despite the many resources out there, information is skewed, which leaves people feeling more confused. A simple fact about the coronavirus is that it can be characterized as a public health crisis […]

By |June 15th, 2020|Blog, News and Press|Comments Off on The Most Frequently Asked Questions About the Coronavirus

Main Coronavirus Symptoms to Watch For in 2020

The coronavirus continues to take lives in the U.S and across the globe. It’s a significant threat to public health, which is why it’s crucial to slow the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19. Everyone should be taking the necessary precautions and following the guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention […]

By |June 14th, 2020|Blog, News and Press|Comments Off on Main Coronavirus Symptoms to Watch For in 2020

Telemedicine Benefits for Patients

As the COVID-19 pandemic progress, many patients struggle to find healthcare. Even though stay-at-home orders are likely to ease, many patients still need to maintain social distancing guidelines and lower their risk of infection. Vulnerable patients are at an increased risk to travel, wait, and book in-person healthcare if there are others waiting for COVID […]

By |May 18th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on Telemedicine Benefits for Patients

What Are Some Symptoms of Bronchitis?

It’s the season for coughs, colds, the flu, and all types of other unpleasant illnesses. Illness can occur any time of year, but with more time spent indoors in close quarters, the colder weather brings a higher number of cases. One of those common illnesses this time of year is bronchitis. Bronchitis is fairly common […]

By |April 8th, 2020|Blog, News and Press|Comments Off on What Are Some Symptoms of Bronchitis?

Why Are Cases of Bronchitis Common During Wintertime?

Winter is often referred to as cold and flu season, but those aren’t the only illnesses that see an increase during the colder weather. Despite what many people think, the cold weather actually isn’t the cause of any of those illnesses, it just contributes to the factors that make them spread! 
What Causes Bronchitis?
Bronchitis is caused […]

By |February 18th, 2020|Blog, News and Press|Comments Off on Why Are Cases of Bronchitis Common During Wintertime?

What Should Patients Know About Coronavirus?

If you’ve been online, turned on your TV, or listened to the radio since 2020 began you’ve probably heard the word Coronavirus. Information about coronavirus is constantly changing and as the number of cases begin to rise, fear has spread throughout the globe. Instead of letting fear rule your life, it’s important to know the […]

By |February 18th, 2020|Blog, News and Press|Comments Off on What Should Patients Know About Coronavirus?

How to Maintain Your Health-Related New Year’s Resolution

New Year’s resolutions are a tradition that many people follow, but did you know that nearly 70% of people abandon those goals by February? It’s easy to get discouraged when you’re attempting to lead a healthier lifestyle, but there are some thing you can do to stay motivated and make your goals achievable!
Be Realistic
One reason […]

By |January 24th, 2020|Blog, News and Press|Comments Off on How to Maintain Your Health-Related New Year’s Resolution

How Older Adults and Seniors Can Save on Their Healthcare Spending

Healthcare spending is something that most American’s worry about no matter their age, but it’s an especially stressful topic for seniors or soon to be seniors. The last thing you want to do is dip into your retirement fund and spend all of your savings on basic medical expenses, but what else can you do? […]

By |January 24th, 2020|Blog, News and Press|Comments Off on How Older Adults and Seniors Can Save on Their Healthcare Spending
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