Socially Distanced Outdoor Summer Activities for Cardiovascular Health

Summer used to be the most interesting season of the year; however, the unpleasant arrival of COVID-19 has changed that for everyone, in every country. The restrictions placed on movements and public gatherings limit the number of summer activities, which are also healthy for the body. According to a publication…

Can Popular Summer Activities Spread COVID-19?

We know that being in close quarters with someone can lead to potential COVID-19 transmission concerns. It typically happens more often indoors than outside, but it is also possible for extended contact of fewer than six feet from others to spread the coronavirus. That’s why it is essential to think…

Spring Allergies or COVID: How to Tell the Difference

As we reach the first anniversary of COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions, we’re back in the same position we were in 2020. Are the symptoms you’re experiencing due to the allergies you get in the spring, or are they something more sinister? When you experience a spring allergy attack, you’ll get…

How to Voice Health Concerns to Management as Offices Reopen

As the COVID-19 vaccines slowly make their way around the world, offices are opening up once again. Although this opportunity is a chance to get back to work, it also creates exposure risks for those who haven’t been vaccinated yet. How do you voice your concerns to a manager who…

Does a HEPA Air Filter Reduce the Risk of Spreading Disease?

We know that spending time indoors within an environment that doesn’t promote air circulation creates the possibility of a COVID-19 infection. Authorities suspect that Donald Trump caught the virus from Hope Hicks because of their proximity on Air Force One, one of the world’s most secure aircraft. We also know…

What School Looks Like for Kids as COVID-19 Continues

As schools return to in-person instruction globally, several changes are taking place. Kids are finding everywhere that desks are further apart, partitions are up around them, and recess rules are very different. There is also the issue of masks. Many school districts mandate that all students and teachers wear a…

Tips for Maintaining Health While Stuck at Home

Whether you’re still in the middle of the first COVID surge or a follow-up set of restrictions, there is an excellent chance that you’re spending more time at home. That time at home may be mandatory or voluntary, but both options can harm your health. People who have little to…

Should Western Societies Adopt Face Masks For All Illnesses?

In most Western societies, people aren’t encouraged to use face masks. Even when sick. For many, seeing someone wearing a face mask might suggest a serious or life-threatening illness that should make others uneasy. However, the use of a face mask when someone is ill is extremely important. Several reasons…

Teams That Work From Home Should Explore These Web Applications

In the midst of the global pandemic, many are in lockdown and confined to their home. But for many people, their work and education remain vital. Businesses and universities are now conducting classes online – no free vacation for anyone!.  Thanks to several web applications, people can now interact virtually…