Specific blood types have been proposed as a potential risk factor for COVID-19, but does that mean you need to know your blood type? Does it matter?
As we are seeing COVID-19 cases rise across the US, I often find that people are shocked that they have been infected and regret that they have put friends and family at risk. They usually think they have been careful, so they are low risk of spreading the infection to others. When they stop to […]
Changing recommendations and the many difficulties of staying away from others to lead us to give up and just ignore the fact that we’re in a pandemic. We need to let our behaviors be driven by information, not feelings.
As stay at home orders are lifted across the country, wearing masks will be one part of doing it safely. Many parents wonder: how can we get our kids to do this?
Many experts feel that testing is key to getting us on track to safely opening up communities. Learn what testing is available and which tests are helpful in various circumstances.
Use a mask and gloves safely when going out to protect yourself, your family and the community.
Coronavirus is all over the news and I’m seeing either panic or denial in many people. Neither of those positions will help. We need to prepare, not panic.
Infection prevention has been on many minds during this long flu season. Now that coronavirus is threatening to spread world wide, what can we do?
Coronavirus has been in the news a lot. Some information is helpful, but a lot is not. Learn from reputable sources, like the CDC and WHO.
All of the holidays can be fun, but can lead to stress and health risks. Keep your family safe with these tips.