Dr. Vincent Apicella outlines 5 ways to avoid COVID-19 complications, care for your body and strengthen your immune system.
Keeping these 5 COVID-19 safety tools within arm’s reach can save your hands from germy surfaces.
The recent coronavirus pandemic has led to the latest fashion trend – but how do you choose which mask to model?
Flexibility and creativity are key for staying spooky and giving thanks as you safely celebrate holidays during COVID-19.
Amid the continuing spread of COVID-19, a wellness blogger wonders why some people still resist wearing a face mask.
Hepatitis, whether viral or non-viral, can have a devastating impact on liver health.
Prevention is the way to avoid hepatitis and other liver diseases. Find out how with this infographic.
Did you know there are 8 forms of hepatitis? Or that smoking can increase the risk of cirrhosis of the liver? Test your knowledge this May, for liver disease prevention month.
Unusual dreams can be a symptom of COVID-19 anxiety. Mindfulness is one way to cope. Here’s how.
Sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise. The trick to prevention begins with awareness and education.
STDs surged to an all-time high for the fifth-straight year. This infographic from the CDC illustrates the numbers behind the increase.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital published this quiz to gauge your knowledge of sexually transmitted infections, a.k.a. STDs (sexually transmitted diseases). How much do you know?
Sheltering at home from COVID-19 can lead to the dreaded Quarantine 15. Read our 4 ways to avoid weight gain.
Worried about COVID-19? Read our 3 ways to break the coronavirus chain reaction.
We’ve assembled the current COVID-19 facts to protect yourself and your family today.
COVID-19 facts that you and your family can use today.
Quizzify, a health literacy quiz platform, has created a quiz on the coronavirus. Test your knowledge and educate yourself on how to protect against the virus.
Blood-sucking ticks are as stealthy as vampires and they want you for their next meal. How to protect yourself from tick-borne diseases.