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08 30 21
Back to School SAFELY

Normally, for parents of school aged children, the end of summer break is routinely characterized as “the most wonderful time of the year”! However, for many families, this September, schools reopening is not all celebration. COVID-19 presents extra challenges for parents sending their children back to school, especially for families with a member that has...

08 12 21
I’m Vaccinated, WHY AM I POSITIVE

Cases are starting to rise around the country and in many parts of the world. The main culprit is the Delta variant; Delta is affecting everyone. Other variants e.g. Lambda, are also emerging as concerns.  “What if I am fully vaccinated?” you ask.  No exceptions, the Delta variant is infecting us all: Fully vaccinated, previously...

07 15 21
7 Easy Ways to Get Active

Now that things are feeling pretty much back to normal from a grueling one and a half year global pandemic, it’s time to recover our lives and build back healthy habits to stay active. One unfortunate side effect of the pandemic has been the development of widespread inactivity. From the directive to stay and work...

06 22 21
Got the Itch to Travel? Read this before you scratch!

Does it feel like it has been eons since you last packed your bags - ready to be sun kissed on a beach. Before you pack your sandals, here the top 3 travel questions answered: Fully vaccinated domestic travellers do not need to get tested before or after domestic flights, nor do they need to self...

06 08 21
Do you hear the creaks of your body?

Have you ever heard a weird noise coming from your car while driving? A whizzing noise, or maybe even a whining noise? Just like our cars, our bodies sometimes do weird things: Heavy breathing, unexplained weight loss, unending fatigue, frequent  visits to the bathroom or unusual headaches.  Just like our cars, when weird things happen,...

05 25 21
COVID-19 Variants – What You Need To Know

Viruses are always on the move, mutating constantly.  Viruses mutate when they consistently replicate creating “mistakes'' in their reproduction.  However, these “mistakes” help propagate the virus, giving it the ability to transfer faster, replicate easier, and transmit unchecked. These mutations are bad for us but good for the virus.  We need to worry about variants...

05 11 21
5 Benefits to IV Hydration

The benefits of IV Hydration and Vitamin IV Drip go well beyond the sum of its parts. Although IV Drip has been a key component of many rehabilitation programs for decades, it can have positive effects for more than just the chronically ill and elderly. Check out these 5 benefits of IV Hydration, and you’ll...

04 27 21
I’m Vaccinated! What next?

COVID-19 vaccines do not give immunity from the dreaded Coronavirus. Rather the vaccine gives your body a stronger army of fighter antibodies to battle the virus, altogether changing the dynamics of the fight against Coronavirus. Even though the vaccine strengthens your chances of fighting Coronavirus through antibodies, the issue is that we are not quite...

Flattening the Curve COVID-19 at Home Medically Supervised Testing Provides the Solution
06 04 20
Flattening the Curve: COVID-19 At-Home Medically Supervised Testing Provides the Solution

At the end of April, the number of COVID-19 cases in the USA has surpassed 1 million with more than 63,000 deaths from the coronavirus infection. In comparison to other countries such as Germany and South Korea which had significant drops in their number of COVID-19 cases and fatality rate in the span of 2-3...

Back to work Covid-19 Screening
06 01 20
Back to work covid-19 screening

America is going back to work and employee safety  from COVID-19 is on top of every employer’s list! The National Government is set to resume the operations of states and localities that cover the federal government and the private sector. To achieve a safe and orderly return of the workforce, President Donald Trump released the...

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