Public Health

03/08/22   |   By

Corporate Opioid Payouts Could Reach $32 Billion

To reform the way opioids are marketed and sold, some of the largest United States corporations could be paying out roughly $32 billion to victims and governments. Currently, there are […]

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08/26/21   |   By

What We Know About the Delta Variant: An Executive Guide

After more than a year of dealing with COVID, a newfound sense of optimism began to take over a few months ago. Vaccinations were available, case counts were low, and […]

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08/24/21   |   By

Surviving the Dog Days of August: Protecting At-Risk Individuals From Intense Summer Heat

Fall is fast approaching, and with it, a much-anticipated transition from heat and humidity to cool, brisk weather. Before lower temperatures arrive, however, we may need to endure a few […]

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06/11/21   |   By

Diving into Pool Safety

With summer right around the corner and temperatures on the rise, many families will soon be looking for ways to get out of the house and cool down. State and […]

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05/05/21   |   By

Infections That Peak in the Spring and Summer: What Can Be Done to Avoid Them?

Winter and illness seem to go hand-in-hand. Ordinarily, the cold months represent the height of flu season. In 2020, cold weather also ushered in the most deadly COVID surges. Surprisingly, […]

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04/15/21   |   By

Playing Spring Sports While Social Distancing — How to Have Fun AND Stay Injury-Free

  Competitive and recreational sports are starting to return after a long COVID-prompted break. Athletes are eager to hit the field, but even in outdoor environments, some element of risk […]

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03/31/21   |   By

Adjusting to Society Opening Up After COVID — Tips for Staying Safe And Sane

  The light has finally arrived at the end of the long tunnel that is the COVID pandemic. The vaccine rollout is going better than expected — and millions of […]

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02/08/21   |   By

Catalog of Different Types of Nurses: What Are Their Roles and Responsibilities?

How much do you know about the nurses at your local clinic or hospital? These medical professionals play a crucial role in helping you maintain the best possible health and […]

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02/01/21   |   By

Where We Are With the COVID Vaccine in 2021 — And What to Expect Next: Part I

Vaccines represent the light at the end of the tunnel during the darkest days of the pandemic. We are currently in the early stages of the rollout, with frontline health […]

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12/23/20   |   By

What You Need to Know About the Recently Released COVID Vaccines: Part II

  Throughout the ordeal of living through a pandemic, we’ve placed our hope in the development of several vaccines at breakneck speed. Most people, however, have no idea how these […]

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