How Pets Make us Better, Healthier Humans
If you are a pet owner you are already aware of the many joys of having an animal friend including companionship, unconditional affection and a furry face looking at you adoringly. But did you know that taking care of a pet also has many physical,…Read more
Mask Guidelines: The CDC’s New Recommendations for People Who Have Been Vaccinated
The CDC announced that there are new rules regarding mask-wearing for people who have been vaccinated. In general, it is now considered permissible to be in outdoor spaces without a mask if you have been vaccinated. However, the new rules are fairly complicated with quite a few stipulations.Read more
After Vaccination, Can I Go Back to Normal? Questions You Might Have About Life After Your Shots
While the state of things is changing rapidly as time goes on, it’s definitely becoming safer to go back out than it has been this past year. Slowly, things are in process to getting back to normal life. But this brings up a lot of questions.Read more
April Edition: Practical Health and Wellness Research
Our regular “Research Round Up” feature will bring you the latest in practical health and wellness research that you can use to make the best choices in your life. This edition investigates what exercise intensities are healthiest, how to deal with the pandemic exercise doldrums…Read more
Healthy Choices: Understanding and Improving Your Health Literacy
You may have heard the term “health literacy” and wondered what it meant. Health literacy is an umbrella term that refers to the knowledge, learning, skills and attitudes a person uses to advocate for their own health. Knowing your level of health literacy—and how to improve it—matters because research shows that having higher levels is strongly associated with living a longer, healthier and more independent life.Read more
Working Out for Women: The Busy Woman’s Guide to Rejuvenating Her Fitness Life
In this edition of the series on working out for women we will investigate some underlying issues that may have worked to sabotage your fitness life in the past. For the best chance of success in your fitness journey, taking some time up-front to anticipate…Read more
Medicare for Cancer: 5 Types of Preventative Care Medicare Covers for Cancer
Prevention and screening for cancer is one major aspect of healthcare most people want to have figured out ahead of time, and if you have a Medicare plan you probably want to take advantage of these benefits.Read more
J&J Vaccine for COVID-19: What You Need to Know About the Newest Vaccine
The new Johnson & Johnson vaccine is being distributed in many states as a third option—following the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines—for becoming immunized against COVID-19. The J&J vaccine is slightly different in how it’s administered and how it affects the body, but like the other vaccines it prevents severe cases of COVID-19 that could lead to hospitalization or death.Read more
Improvements to African American Health: Celebrating Gains During African American History Month
As we observe African American History Month—also known as Black History Month—it is important to celebrate the gains and improvements African Americans have made regarding access to healthcare and overall health. Many Black Americans have overcome challenging obstacles to improve their health and positively impact the wellbeing of generations to come.Read more
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