Should You Keep a Food Journal?

Should you keep a food journal? And if so, what should it look like?  Food journals are a really valuable mindful eating tool to have to help you develop awareness and a better mind-body connection. You can learn how certain foods are working for your body and what eating behaviors you have.  There’s so much […]

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Consensus Recommendations on AMI Management During COVID-19

The ACC, ACEP, and SCAI provide consensus recommendations for a systematic approach for the care of patients with an acute myocardial infarction (AMI) during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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COVID-19 Linked to Large Vessel Stroke in Young Adults

Physicians on the front lines of treating COVID-19 are seeing large vessel strokes in people under age 50 hospitalized with COVID-19.

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COVID-19: An Opportunity, Challenge for Addiction Treatment

Experts hope researchers will study the impact of the pandemic on patients with substance use disorders.

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Can You Fight COVID-19 and Other Viruses With Water?

Humidity is the concentration of water vapor in the air. This is an important and often overlooked variable in maintaining good health. During the winter months, cold temperatures and furnaces lead to dryer air with low humidity. High and low humidity extremes can trigger nasal congestion or the perception of congestion. Dry air with low […]

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Some Data May Be Worse Than No Data in the COVID Era

Over-reaching conclusions from an observational study of anticoagulation in COVID-19 can do more harm than good in our pursuit for scientific truth, argues John Mandrola, MD.

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COVID-19 Is More Severe in Smokers

COVID-19 hits smokers much harder than nonsmokers, according to a new review.

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