Living Well Blog

After months of telling everyone that only the sick needed to wear protective face masks, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention switch course on April 3 and announced that people should wear masks when they are in public.  Why the sudden change? New evidence suggests that people without… See more
The number of coronavirus cases in the U.S. are in the tens of thousands and rising — at this point, all 50 states have reported cases. Because it is spreading fast – and testing has lagged – many people may already be infected. Many people may be infected with virus but are not showing signs or… See more
You’re probably supposed to be at home, hunkering down during the coronavirus outbreak. But you have to go out for groceries or take out. How do you protect yourself? If you’re in a high-risk group, like being 60 years old or older or have chronic conditions like lung disease, heart disease or… See more
You’re coughing, fatigued and have a sore throat. It could be seasonal allergies or the beginnings of a cold. Or it could be something more serious like influenza or coronavirus. This chart can help you recognize symptoms and work with your doctor to get the appropriate care.


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Veggie burgers have been on the market for years. But when Burger King added the Impossible Burger to their menu, vegetarians and folks trying to limit their red meat intake might have thought they found heaven on Earth.  Food manufacturers may have figured out how to improve the taste of meatless… See more
Oprah’s 2019 annual list of favorite things included blue light blocking glasses -- prescription or non-prescription eye wear that filter out blue light on the higher end of the visible light spectrum. Blue light blocking glasses supposedly ease eye strain, help you sleep better and have gained… See more
Got milk? Despite the many dietary experts who have for decades been warning Americans of possible health issues tied to drinking milk, a new study claims drinking the dairy staple can slow aging. To be sure, milk is polarizing. For example, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)… See more
Many people associate heart disease with men. But heart disease is also a woman’s disease. In fact, more women die from heart attacks each year than men. Heart disease is the leading cause of death among American women. You might be thinking – what about breast cancer? Surprisingly, heart disease… See more
The coronavirus continues spreading worldwide and has already infected more than 60,414 people and claimed at least 1,370 lives. Although most cases (and deaths) occurred in mainland China, 15 cases have been confirmed in the… See more
A few weeks ago, a mystery illness caused almost 60 people in Wuhan, China to fall ill. The virus has since been identified as coronavirus, and it’s spreading throughout Asia and has now reached the United States. 

What Is Coronavirus?

Coronaviruses are a group of seven viruses that… See more
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