Long Covid has been a reality for over 23 million Americans. It not only impacts day-to-day life, but also the workforce, with nearly 1 million people being pushed out of work due to their symptoms. Despite the widespread impact long Covid has had on our country a new study found promising evidence that for most… Continue reading Long Covid Symptoms Found to Mostly Fade Within One Year of Mild Infection
Seventy-one percent of people resolve to improve their diet for the new year. The next most popular resolutions are to exercise more and to lose weight. But by February, almost 80% of people have already dropped their resolutions. It can be daunting to take on a lifestyle shift if you don't have a plan. A… Continue reading Walking “Teabag” Style a Great (and Silly!) Way to Approach New Year’s Fitness Resolutions
It’s a new year. A new start. Leave the old behind. The old frustrations, disappointments and issues in the past. We all know the drill. Make New Years resolutions that last a few weeks, before joining the pile of others promised in years past. This time, let’s make weight loss resolutions a reality. Here are… Continue reading 7 Tips for Sticking With New Year’s Weight Loss Resolutions
Sneezing. Cough. Sore Throat. Headache. No, we're not talking about the symptoms often tied to cold, flu, or COVID. You may experience these symptoms when you turn on your heater during the colder months. "Some people, such as those with allergies to molds or with asthma, may have more intense reactions," explains the Centers for Disease Control… Continue reading Is Your Heater Making You Sick?
When the days become extra busy, as is almost unavoidable during the holidays, it seems like fitness and self-care are the first things to go out the window. Mix these exercises into your day to keep you moving. Altogether it may only take 15-20 minutes, but keeping a fitness routine, no matter how short, will… Continue reading Six Exercises To Keep You Active This Holiday Week