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I Think I Have Coronavirus (COVID-19). What Should I Do?

24 March, 2020

If you think you have the coronavirus (COVID-19), there are a variety of things you should do including calling your doctor and self-quarantining.

Don't Buy All The Toilet Paper: How To Stock Your Pantry In A Pandemic

24 March, 2020

With the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, people are buying all of the toilet paper but is that the best way to stock a pantry during a pandemic?

Facemasks, Gloves, Hand Sanitizer: How To Protect Against The Coronavirus?

24 March, 2020

Everyone is looking to protect themselves from getting the coronavirus (COVID-19) with facemasks, gloves, hand sanitizer, and other items. Does it work?

How Caffeine May Be Affecting Your Mental Health

24 March, 2020

You might need coffee to stay alert but caffeine is a drug that can affect your mental health.

Off and Running: Top Tech for 2020 Runners

24 March, 2020

2020 has brought a lot of technological advances and some of them can help runners who want to exercise more effectively and safely.

How To Work From Home

24 March, 2020

With the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, many people are working from home for the first time. Learn about how to get the right equipment, work/life balance, and more to do this successfully.

Coronavirus

Who Is At High Risk for Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

24 March, 2020

People at high risk for coronavirus (COVID-19) include the elderly, people with compromised immune systems, and others.

Can Coronavirus (COVID-19) Spread After Symptoms Are Gone?

24 March, 2020

There is still a lot that is unknown about COVID-19 but what do we know about the virus spreading after symptoms are gone?

I Think I Have Coronavirus (COVID-19). What Should I Do?

24 March, 2020

If you think you have the coronavirus (COVID-19), there are a variety of things you should do including calling your doctor and self-quarantining.

What Is Social Distancing?

24 March, 2020

Social distancing is key during a pandemic to prevent the virus from spreading and help "flatten the curve."

Living Healthy

Living Healthy

How Caffeine May Be Affecting Your Mental Health

You might need coffee to stay alert but caffeine is a drug that can affect your mental health.

Exercise

Electro-Light Up Your Life

Electrolytes can help you hydrate but should you be reaching for a sports drink instead of good old water?

Living Healthy

So Your Partner Snores Too Much?

If your partner snores too much, there are ways to help including a CPAP machine (continuous positive airway pressure device.)

Sports

Football and Concussions: The Facts

24 March, 2020

Concussions are a big issue in football. What are some ways to avoid getting hurt?

Higher Rates of Atrial Fibrillation in Former NFL Players

24 March, 2020

According to new research by the American Heart Association, former NFL players are 6 times more likely to have atrial fibrillation (AFib) than similarly aged men who did not play football.

How Do I Know If I Have a Concussion?

24 March, 2020

Concussions are unfortunately too common among athletes but how do you know if you have one?

CBD and Exercise Injuries: The Facts

24 March, 2020

CBD, the non-psychoactive compound in the Cannabis sativa plant, is being used recovery from exercise and injuries but what are the facts?

Tech

AI

Are Robots Taking Over? Robotics in Healthcare and Medicine

Robots are not science fiction anymore - they are being used in various capacities in healthcare including caregiving, surgery, and rehabilitation.

Exercise

Wearable Air Conditioning? New Material Promises To Cool You Down

A team of researchers have developed a new flexible material designed to moderate body temperature that's being called a wearable air conditioning system.

Exercise

Off and Running: Top Tech for 2020 Runners

2020 has brought a lot of technological advances and some of them can help runners who want to exercise more effectively and safely.

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