Allergy Season: Coping With Airborne Allergies in the Spring and Summer
Allergy season kicks into high gear for people with sensitivities to pollen in the spring and summer. Unfortunately, due to climate change, allergy season has been starting earlier each year and lasting longer. There is also a 21% increase in pollen released into the air…Read more
Independence Day 2021: Celebrating Safely
Independence Day 2021 takes on a special meaning after a global pandemic and a year and a half of lockdowns and restrictions. In the U.S. the federal government has been aiming for 4th of July 2021 as “Independence Day from COVID” where we can attend…Read more
Benefits of Walking for Health: How Extra Steps Extend Your Life
Walking is fantastic exercise, and it’s one of the most accessible low-impact workouts for most people. New research suggests walking an extra 1,000 steps a day can extend your lifespan. The findings presented at the Epidemiology and Prevention Lifestyle and Metabolic Health Conference found that…Read more
Indoor Air Quality: Rethinking Ventilation Indoors, and What You Can Do
The COVID-19 pandemic has proven that poor air quality—especially in enclosed indoor spaces—can spread disease. While many of us would never eat at a restaurant with visibly poor sanitation practices or unclean water, hardly anyone considers how well-ventilated a place is. Indoor air quality can…Read more
Skin Health: Keeping Your Skin Sun-Safe This Summer
May is skin cancer awareness month. Since weather this month represents the start of summer for many of us, it’s the perfect time to get our skin care routines ready for the heat. Many people have heard getting back outside can be wonderful for mental…Read more
National Nurses Day: Five Nurses Who Have Impacted the Frontline Heroes of Today
Celebrating National Nurses Day this year has special significance, after the amazing contributions and sacrifices of nurses across the country during an unprecedented time. National Nurses Day is at the end of National Nurses Week, which begins each year on May 6 and goes through…Read more
Is It Safe to Cruise Now? Your Questions About Boarding a Cruise Ship Post-Pandemic Answered
fter headlines were made by COVID-19 outbreaks onboard cruises at the start of the pandemic, the cruise industry has been reeling. Now in the spring of 2021, with vaccination rates steadily increasing, many are wondering, “Is it safe to cruise now?” “When will cruises open back up?”Read more
Spring Walking Workout: Tips for Beginning an Outdoor Walking Practice for Health
This spring, getting out of the house for some new experiences has taken on a whole new meaning in many of our lives. As the weather warms up and more places are open, the spring walking workout can be a perfect opportunity to start up a walking practice for health and wellness.Read more
What Medicare Covers for COVID-19: A Guide to the Types of Coverage Medicare Enrollees Can Access
When it comes to what Medicare covers for COVID-19, it can be helpful to see all your options laid out. Original Medicare is designed to cover basic aspects of care in hospitals and clinics, which means if you get sick with COVID-19 and have to go to the hospital it will be covered the same way as any other visit.Read more
Medicare Travel Coverage: What Are Your Options For Starting to Travel Again?
Travel, both domestic and international, is high on the list for many people of activities they’d love to return to soon. When it comes to Medicare travel coverage options, individual Medicare plans may or may not cover your new adventures this 2021.Read more
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