200,000 souls lost200,000 families destroyed200,000 human beings ignored1,000 people dying every day Some are taking the brunt of those losses more than others. Black, Indigenous, Latinos, Pacific Islanders, and Asians are dying at rate 3x higher than White people. Healthcare workers have perished unnecessarily because life saving protective gear has been impossible to find, even… Continue reading 200,000 and Counting
Information surrounding COVID-19 continues to change rapidly and as many of us have found, learning the latest and most accurate news about the virus is no simple task when mixed with politics. This past week it was revealed that information posted on the CDC website regarding testing guidelines was modified by White House officials, bypassing… Continue reading The Latest On Covid-19 Testing Guidelines
Having all the data you could ever want at the tip of your fingers is no longer relegated to the fantasy of movies or books. By touching the phone, iPad, or computer, it’s all within our grasp.When I was growing up we were taught how to use the Dewey Decimal System. Since the late 1800’s… Continue reading The Power At Our Fingertips
Most Americans have some type of face covering due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether homemade, scarves, bandanas, or purchased at your local store, a face covering is strongly recommended by the CDC and mandated by most local governments. Face masks combined with other preventive measures, such as frequent hand-washing and physical distancing, help slow the… Continue reading What Type Of Face Mask Provides The Best Protection Against COVID-19?
Last week, we shared about the importance of a flu vaccine, especially this year with the coronavirus circulating throughout the country and worldwide. The topic of the flu vaccine may also bring into question what other vaccines are necessary, their effects and potential risks. Here is general information provided by the CDC and the National… Continue reading Vaccine Recommendations