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How to Self-Assess Illnesses during Flu Season

The common cold, seasonal allergies, the flu, and now, COVID-19 all share similar symptoms. It is extremely important to understand the differences between them all for your safety and the safety of those around you. With the uncertainty of COVID-19 and the risk of potential hospitalization, it is important to get tested after initial exposure. …

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Should I Be Preparing for a Second Wave of COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced society to adapt and has left many people frustrated and even unhappy. Social isolation and social distancing have disrupted everyday interaction, but COVID-19 makes it impossible to simply carry on as we once did. Reopenings are occurring in communities across the U.S., and with that, the increased need for people …

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Safety Tips to Prevent COVID-19 as You Return to Work

The workplace has looked different for most people this year. Rather than sitting in the office, you’ve likely been sitting at home either telecommuting or not working at all. As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to slow, many employers are reopening their doors and allowing employees to return to work. Returning to work is …

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Frequently Asked Questions About Coronavirus

The coronavirus is a global pandemic that has been affecting Massachusetts residents, with over 112,000 confirmed cases as of July 13, 2020, people currently under quarantine across the state and a growing number of school closures from preschool to university. The virus was first detected in the city of Wuhan, China at the end of …

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Symptoms of Norovirus

Noroviruses are believed to be the leading cause of all non-bacterial outbreaks of gastroenteritis. Noroviruses occur in the feces and vomit of infected people and animals. The infection is spread through food, water, or ingesting germs from touching others or touching surfaces that an infected person has touched. Symptoms of the norovirus are typically only …

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How to Create Achievable Wellness Goals for 2020

Year after year, you chant your favorite self-improvement mantra on New Year’s Day. You post colorful notes all over the house to serve as constant reminders. Yet year after year, you fall short of your unrealistic goals, leaving you in a discouraging slump. Ready to make 2020 your year? Learn how to break the habit …

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How Can You Get Healthy Skin?

Having trouble with your skin, or just want healthier skin in general? No worries, we’ve got you covered. The key to healthier skin is all in the famous saying—you are what you eat. Consuming healthy, nutrient-dense food will give your skin the life it deserves. We’re going to inform you of several foods to consume to give …

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Seasonal Affective Disorder

Everyone looks forward to the changes of the season. Leaves become red, snow starts to fall, and hot chocolate is on the way. However, seasonal changes can also affect your mood negatively. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that happens because of seasonal changes. It mostly occurs in the start of fall, and …

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Options for Weight Management 

Weight loss is a hot topic in America due to the extremely high rates of obesity. For many people struggling with their weight, starting a weight loss and management process is too intimidating to even think about. That fear of the unknown leads to more years of unhealthy lifestyle habits, but we’re here to help …

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