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.
While we are starting to understand COVID-19 better than a few months ago, there are still some uncertainties. One of the main sources of confusion is how to differentiate COVID-19 from other illnesses that have similar symptoms such as the flu, allergies and the common cold. Here are some differentiators.
Whether you enjoy golf, gardening or playing with your grandchildren, taking care of yourself can help you do the things you love — longer. Healthy aging involves a lot of changes, many of which you may not expect. While all these changes are completely natural, there are some tips you can keep in mind to make sure you are staying healthy throughout the process.
Enjoying outdoor activities and warmer weather can boost your family’s physical and mental health — especially if you’ve been sheltering at home during winter and spring. Here are some tips to stay safe this summer.
Whether your child has a fever over the weekend and your doctor’s office is closed, a stomach bug in the middle of the night or you simply want to avoid exposure to more germs, telehealth can help. Here's how to video visit with your child.
Almost everyone experiences stress in one way or another. While experiencing stress is a natural part of life, you can learn how to reduce stress and better manage it. The first step is to understand it.
There is a lot of information out there about the coronavirus pandemic. Right now education is your best defense. There are several steps you can take to protect yourself and your family from viruses like this. If you are currently sick or experiencing symptoms,…
We’re living in a whirlwind of constant communication. Between smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches, many of us are online or on-screen for several hours of the day. (Recent surveys suggest we check our phones an average of 52 times a day!) While this always-available…