Just how careful should older people be? Here’s what geriatricians think is reasonable.
Grains (especially ancient grains) have received quite a bit of attention over the past few years. They’re becoming more and more popular for their great nutrient profile including fiber, minerals, protein, and versatility in the kitchen. Plus, they can be used on their own as a side, mixed into a salad or bowl, or even […]
Another COVID-19 Vaccine Being Tested in Mice
Here are some of the top trending COVID-19 topics dominating the social media conversation among clinicians.
Today, we continue to provide you information about the COVID-19 pandemic. At the time of this recording, April 6, 2020, there are more than 1.4 million cases worldwide and 370,000 confirmed cases in the U.S., with New York City being one of the hotspots.1,2 Here, I interview Shiva Ayyadurai, who has a Ph.D. in systems […]
At some point, medical practices will reopen, but it will be anything but business as usual. Here are eight considerations for when it’s time to unlock the doors and welcome patients back.
I love a filling one-pot meal, and soup is a great place to pack in a wide variety of colorful vegetables. This hearty, veggie-filled soup with Italian sausage is a nice change from the usual and one I make whenever the weather is cool enough. Goal for this year: Freeze my garden zucchini (which is […]
About 73% of Americans have paid sick time through work, leaving 27% scrambling to balance working for a paycheck and being safe and vigilant in the coronavirus epidemic.