Staying Productive: Working from Home During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Since the World Health Organization announced last Wednesday that Covid-19 has officially reached ‘pandemic status’, many blue-chip companies like Amazon, Google and Apple have implemented a mandatory work from home policy. Many smaller companies that can adopt this policy, have adopted it as well, meaning that working from home may become the new norm for

8 Ways You Can Support Someone Grieving During the Coronavirus Crisis

Unfortunately, the novel coronavirus has wreaked havoc all over the world and many people are grieving and need your support these days. “Not only is there incredible loss of life, but also loss of health, finances and special occasions, such as weddings and graduations ― among other significant losses,” said Rebecca Cowan, a core faculty

9 Signs You’ve Already Had Coronavirus

“Have I already had the coronavirus?” This is the question that haunts a lot of people. But how do you know if you’ve already had this virus? (It’s not like we are all health professionals or wealthy enough to test ourselves every single day.) Because the vast majority of people experience mild symptoms, it is

7 Signs You May Have Coronavirus

Coronavirus is everywhere now: in the news, on social media posts, on the streets lurking freely, and, of course, here. First of all, don’t panic! Many of the signs and symptoms you are about to read can mean something else than COVID-19. For example, a runny nose could also translate to allergies or a sinus

Asian man with flu like symptoms wearing a mask.

Side Effects of Wearing Face Masks & Remedies 

As you are already fully aware, one of the most effective ways to protect yourself, your family and other people against the novel coronavirus is to wear a surgical face mask. But unfortunately, some people say that these face masks can cause some side effects that can be bad especially for your skin.  According to

7 Clear Signs You Need to Spend More Time Outside

Due to these times of fear and uncertainty, people are spending more time in the comfort of their own homes. Unfortunately, self isolation and social distancing are the most effective ways to keep you and your family safe against coronavirus, but staying at home for long periods of time could have serious consequences on your

7 Things You Should Know About Online Doctor Visits

Virtual healthcare represents “virtual visits” that occur between patients and their doctors via communications technology in real time. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual appointments could solve a lot of problems. However, if you’ve never done a virtual visit before, you most likely have many burning questions about this topic. So, do you want to find

7 Unusual Symptoms Experienced by COVID-19 Patients

As the coronavirus is affecting more and more people with each passing day, healthcare professionals noticed unusual symptoms in some patients diagnosed with COVID-19. Now, coronavirus has a growing list of symptoms and no one knows when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will put an end to the list. Read on to discover

Follow These Tips From Pros to Stay Healthy and Sane During the Quarantine

Social isolation is terrible for most of us. As a matter of fact, the absence of social contact have been associated with poor health. In spite of that, we must maintain social distance and stay home. So, whether you’re alone in isolation or with close friends and family members, you should follow these mental health

The Most Promising Medical Treatments for COVID-19

The most important thing you need to know is that there are virtually no drugs licensed to treat COVID-19. Despite what you have heard from dubious sources on social media, there is no known treatment for the illness caused by the novel coronavirus. Right now, there are only clinical trials. That’s why you shouldn’t believe

Catching the Coronavirus: Who Is More at Risk of Severe Illness?

Up to this point, the coronavirus appears to be an equal opportunity pathogen when referring to those who get infected. The virus doesn’t seem to avoid certain individuals. “There’s not a difference in risk of transmission that we know of,” says S. Wesley Long, MD, PhD, assistant professor of pathology and genomic medicine at Houston

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