Think You Won’t Get Coronavirus Outside? Think Again

Some people seem to confuse lower COVID-19 risk with no risk. But the outdoors aren’t magic, and you should still take precautions. Months into the

Could the Covid Vaccine (and Others) Prevent Alzheimer’s?

There’s growing evidence that inoculation confers significant protective benefits. Covid vaccines enormously reduce the risk of death and hospitalization in those who have been infected

Returning to Sports and Working Out After COVID- 19

Once you get tested positive for COVID-19, there is no escape from spending at least the next 10 days stuck at home. It does not

No, vaccine side effects don’t tell you how well your immune system will protect you from COVID-19

If someone gets a headache or feels a bit under the weather after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, it’s become common to hear them say something

COVID Effects On The Athlete’s Heart

Athletes who test positive for COVID-19 have a high rate of return to sports, however, a small percentage may have damage to heart muscle tissue.

There’s a Name for the Blah You’re Feeling: It’s Called Languishing

Rediscover your “flow”. The neglected middle child of mental health can dull your motivation and focus — and it may be the dominant emotion of

Ep 9: NBA COVID Protocol; How the Vaccine Works and why it’s Important; Myth vs. Reality

Dr. Brian Cole provides in depth understanding of the disease and how we can all be protected. What The future holds as herd immunity evolves.

Is It Safe to Go Back to Group Exercise Class at the Gym?

Indoor fitness classes, which often result in heavy breathing in poorly ventilated rooms, can be risky. Here’s a guide to help you decide if your

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