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New updates to COVID-19 guidelines from the CDC

As of May 2021, the CDC has announced fully vaccinated individuals can resume activities that they did before the pandemic without wearing a mask or staying 6 feet apart, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, including local business and workplace guidance.

COVID-19 testing at weddings: Keeping your guests safe

Planning a wedding was already a big task, even before COVID-19 turned our wedding-day expectations upside down. While COVID-19 restrictions are loosening and more people are becoming eligible for the vaccine in 2021, the virus is still a very real threat – and it’s important to keep your loved ones safe during your big day. 

The Genetics of Inheriting Happiness: MTHFR and Mental Health

People feeling sad or depressed can point to their circumstances as the reason for their suffering. However, is it possible that some people genetically inherit a tendency to feel down and lack resilience? And if so, is there a way to change their outlook?

Immunity after the COVID-19 Vaccine

There are still a lot of questions about how the vaccine can help end the pandemic, how variants could affect vaccination effectiveness, and whether or not we’ll still need regular COVID-19 testing.

Are social gatherings safe during COVID-19?

There’s no question that the COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically altered how people interact with one another. Early on in the pandemic, a study published in the British Medical Journal found that physical distancing was effective in reducing COVID-19 transmission.

Can vitamin D impact COVID-19-related hospitalizations?

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our everyday lives, it’s essential to consider the impact of our daily vitamin and nutrient intake on our overall health. As we look to improve our personal health habits, vitamin D has emerged as one vitamin that could prevent and lessen the severity of COVID-19.

How We Can End the COVID-19 Pandemic

As we close in on one year since the COVID-19 pandemic drastically changed life in the United States, we’re beginning to see some signs of progress in the fight against the virus. But when can we expect to see the end of the COVID-19 pandemic? Here are 4 factors that could play a role in...

High-risk individuals may be eligible for new COVID-19 treatment

Did you recently receive a positive test result for COVID-19? Are you at risk of becoming very sick from COVID-19? If you’re experiencing mild to moderate symptoms of COVID-19 and are at risk for hospitalization, you may be eligible to receive monoclonal antibody treatment to help your body fight against COVID-19.

9 ways to have a happy, healthy Spring Break

Spring break moments with family and friends are memories that can last a lifetime. We need connection with our loved ones now more than ever. Regardless of what your Spring Break plans entail, be sure to consider the following tips before you go.

Do I have vitamin D deficiency?

Vitamin D deficiency is an all too common condition – and many don’t even know they’re facing it. It’s estimated that over 1 billion people suffer from insufficient vitamin D levels worldwide, leading to increased health risks and overall decreased quality of life. Are you suffering from vitamin D deficiency without even realizing it? Read...