What Diet Is Right For You in 2021?

With the snow and sleet, January also brings a bombardment of information about the different diets which will make you thin, happy and healthy. It becomes very difficult to weed through the exaggerated claims and riveting testimonials. I support happy, and I know maintaining a healthy weight will decrease your risk of both long and […]

Why is Turmeric So Good for You?

You will be surprised at how many health benefits it can provide.

Say “Good-Bye” to Germs on Your Phone.

No, it’s not a tiny tanning bed for your phone–although it kind of looks like it. It’s a phone sanitizer and charger all in one. The PhoneSoap Pro UV sanitizes your phone and kills germs in just 5 minutes while it charges it. PhoneSoap’s UV-C light is totally safe for electronics and can get rid of 99.99% of germs–even tiny ones that hide in crevices where your cleaning […]

How to Protect Thier Eyes for At-Home Learning

When school means hours more in front of a screen, our kids can benefit from some eye protection. For $20 on Amazon, these are worth a try.  Originally published by dormMD. While virtual learning may protect you from coronavirus, it carries with it a slew of other health risks. Perhaps you have already noticed some of the symptoms associated with staring […]

Should You Try CBD Oil? I finally did!

The below was posted in 2018, and at the end of writing it, I was excited to give it a go. Then, life got in the way, and I was feeling generally fine, and it went out of my head. Recently though, the producers of a hemp oil in upstate NY, who are also friends, asked […]

What You Need to Know About Tamiflu

Also read: Everything You Need to Know About the Flu You or someone in your family was just diagnosed with the flu. Now what? Just like the flu shot, there is a lot of controversy about Tamiflu, and with it, lots of misinformation. Tamiflu (oseltamivir phosphate) is an anti-viral medication, which has its limitations. It is one of several antivirals your doctor […]

How COVID Will Affect the Flu

Remember the good old days when all we had to worry about during holiday season was the stomach bug and the flu. In the U.S., tens of thousands of people died from influenza each year, including children and young adults, but the world went on. We casually talked about hand washing and staying home if […]

COVID 2020 — the Dystopian Movie We Are Starring In

Reprinted from dormMD: Does anyone else feel like we are in a dystopian novel? I’m a fan of the genre, Hunger Games is my guilty pleasure. “Covid 2020” a genius concept, and one, I am sure a few years ago, could have gotten picked up by a publishing house specializing in adolescent fiction. In this […]