Stress is costing US companies billions of dollars each year. The American Psychology Association reports that Americans are suffering considerably higher levels of stress than ever before thanks to the fear and uncertainty caused by the pandemic. This chronic stress is resulting in a serious mental health crisis called ... Continue Reading
How would you feel if you were the reason the Super Bowl got cancelled? Sounds extreme, but it’s not impossible.Exposure to COVID-19: The Scenario
You work in a hotel at the front desk. You’ve got COVID-19 but you’re asymptomatic, so you don’t know that you’re infected. During a typical work day, you touch just ... Continue Reading
With the holidays fast approaching, this hardly seems the time to be thinking about losing weight. On the contrary, this is actually the ideal time.
The turn of the calendar to a New Year, especially after the kind of year that was 2020, brings about pressure to redefine who you are and how you live your life. There ... Continue Reading
“For the third time this week, I’m buying junk food for the next two weeks.”
“I’ve eaten so much in Quarantine, I’ve got a tan from the light of the fridge!”
“If you wear the same jeans for 5 days in a row, they get baggy and it looks like you’ve lost weight! Follow me for more Quarantine ... Continue Reading
Last week, the United States hit a record number of 94,000 new COVID-19 cases within a 24-hour period. With new case numbers consistently on the rise, the need to be careful around others continues to rise as well.
Increasing research is teaching us that the virus is not only spread through coughing and sneezing. The ... Continue Reading
While COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the world, so does misinformation about this coronavirus. Many people continue to perpetuate myths about COVID-19 which can further propel the virus out into the population.
Wearing a mask, practicing social distancing and hand washing remain the most important ways in ... Continue Reading