Who Should Be Tested for the Coronavirus Disease? As the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) affects people around the globe, you’re likely hearing all sorts of information about potential new symptoms and who should—and should not—be tested. While the COVID-19 pandemic is still a rapidly evolving situation, coronavirus testing capabilities throughout the country have generally improved, allowing more individuals to receive
Some kids love going back to school after a long summer vacation. For others, the idea of returning to school brings a rush of anxiety and fear. No matter what their outlook is, it’s important to keep an eye on the mental health of every child when a new school year starts. Mental health is just as important for your
Spring should be a time to up the fun factor in your life and get moving! It’s also a time when people clean out clutter and get their homes in shape. Here’s how to stay healthy and safe when you’re doing both!
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. It can strike anyone—but there are ways to reduce your risk. Healthy habits can decrease your chances of getting heart disease. The key components are nutrition, physical activity, and weight management. And of course, the big one: quitting smoking. If this seems overwhelming, remember—you can start slow and
Homecoming is the celebratory start of what can be a tough road for America’s returning service members. Not only do they have to readjust to civilian life, but suddenly there are bills to pay and household responsibilities in need of attention. Thankfully there are many organizations and individuals working to make things easier on our veterans when they come home.