Telehealth doctors can provide advice and treatment options for many common conditions. While your local doctor or urgent care clinic can also provide these services, there are times when a telehealth visit may better meet your or your family’s needs.
This summer promises to be far better than last, thanks to effective, widely available COVID-19 vaccines. So, enjoy warm weather and water activities – but keep these guidelines in mind for a COVID-safe summer.
Men are more likely than women to smoke, drink too much alcohol, take health risks, and delay regular checkups and medical care. For Men’s Health Month, read tips to help men stay healthy, in June and all year round.
Doctors on LiveHealth Online can treat a range of conditions, providing advice, treatment options and a prescription if needed. Here are 9 common health concerns doctors can help you with — and the symptoms that might mean it’s time to have a visit.
Your nose is running and your throat is scratchy. It’s the time of year you suffer from seasonal allergies, but COVID-19 is still around. How can you tell which is which and what to do?
You were ill and thought you were on the mend — but now you have new or worsening symptoms. It could be a secondary infection. Learn about some of the most common secondary infections, how to recognize them and when to return to your doctor.
Here's what you need to know about getting enough quality rest.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it’s likely that you or someone you know may have had the infection. While a positive test result may feel overwhelming, it can be helpful (and important) to know what to do.
[Image description: Illustration of people spread 6 feet apart and wearing masks.] As the weather gets colder and the days shorter, it might feel more and more difficult to meet up with friends and family. While you may not be able to see people in person as much as you…
Social media can be an excellent (and perhaps necessary) way to connect with friends and family members and take a break during your day. Here are five tips for healthy social media use.