One-third of U.S. adults say they’ve experienced unbearable stress, anxiety and sadness during the pandemic and more than 30% have faced economic hardships, the Commonwealth Fund report revealed.
By remembering the basics and modeling good behavior, adults can help kids at school remember to wash their hands; use sanitizer; practice social distancing; and wear face coverings.
Over the past several months the CDC has created a list of health conditions that increase the risk of severe illness from COVID-19.1 These include Type 2 diabetes, cancer, obesity, serious heart conditions and chronic kidney disease. To reduce your risk, it would make sense to address the health issues that raise it. But some […]
I’ve written many articles detailing lifestyle and dietary strategies that may decrease your COVID-19 risk by boosting your immune function and general health. Now we can add fermented foods to the list, which shouldn’t come as such a great surprise, considering the influence your gut health has on your immune system. The study,1 posted July […]
Experts say that testing for COVID-19 — frequently and with fast results — will be needed to prevent widespread transmission of the disease among college students who are on campus this fall.
Obesity only posed a risk for people under 65, researchers added.
The last outbreak — which sickened at least 238 kids — was in 2018. Doctors who study the spread of disease believe we could see another uptick in AFM cases from August to November this year.
It is important to wash fabric masks every day. Laundry detergents can be a common cause of allergic reactions, so try fragrance-free detergents.