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Basic protective measures against the new coronavirus

Stay aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak, available on the WHO website and through your national and local public health authority. Most people who become infected experience mild illness and recover, but it can be more severe for others. Wash your hands frequently Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based […]

Allergy Season Tips

Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis and Conjunctivitis (Runny nose, nasal congestion and itchy, red, watery eyes) Do you suffer from frequent sneezing, nasal congestion, post-nasal drip, itchy palate and throat or runny nose? Are you bothered by itchy, watery, red and swollen eyes? If so, we know that pollen season has arrived. There are specific measures you can begin […]

5 Reasons Why You Might Need a DOT Physical

If you operate a motor vehicle for work-related reasons, there is a good chance that you are required to periodically receive a DOT physical. The Department of Transportation (DOT) makes these physical exams a requirement to ensure that professionals are in the best shape possible to travel on the road. DOT physicals carefully examine much […]

Preparing For The Upcoming Flu Season

The flu, as you may know, is no walk in the park. The flu can keep you bedridden, suffering from a host of symptoms, and can even lead to other complications down the line. In this article, we’ll discuss everything you need to know about the upcoming flu season.  2019 Flu Season Predictions Taking a […]

How Exercise is Fundamental for Diabetic Patients 

  Everyone is in the know that physical activity is a natural form of treating diabetes, but many are probably unaware as to how exactly physical activity poses a fight in battling diabetes. Whether it is type 1 or type 2, diabetic patients are bound to notice a difference in their glucose levels when one […]

Keeping Your Allergies Under Control During the Summer to Fall Transition

The summer is nearing its end, the leaves are bound to change color and meet the ground, but that also means allergies are going to start kicking in. A fair amount of us can say our allergies are triggered easily and it’s helpful to know and prepare for how we can control our allergies. Whether […]

5 Tips for Keeping Your Child Engaged and Active This Summer

Summer is the perfect time to get your kids outside and back into shape. There are plenty of activities our kids can engage in and things we can do as parents to keep our children active and educated this summer. While in school, your children undergo regular social, educational, and physical activities that they may […]

Good Foods to Eat if You Have Diabetes

If you or your child has diabetes, you know that in order to maintain good health, you’ll want to invest in healthy foods, good exercise, and other things that will help you lead a better, healthier life. We understand that being diagnosed with a condition like diabetes can be life-altering and, quite frankly, a little […]

4 Tips for Dealing With Springtime Allergies

Spring is a beautiful time of the year. The flowers are finally blooming after winter’s cold, harsh grasp on anything green and beautiful. The air is warming up. The sun is staying out later and later. Summer is close up on the horizon. Spring truly is great…except for seasonal allergies. Seasonal allergies tend to hit […]