A not-so-scary guide to Halloween during the COVID-19 pandemic

It’s officially spooky season! You know what that means — colder weather, scary movies, pumpkin carving, candy and everything in between. Though traditional holiday celebrations may look slightly different this year, we’ve got a few tips and tricks up our sleeve to keep you, your family and your neighbors safe while still squeezing in those beloved thrills … Continue reading A not-so-scary guide to Halloween during the COVID-19 pandemic

Afraid to bring up sensitive topics with your OB/GYN? Why it’s worth mentioning

We’ve all been there — debating whether to ask what might sound like a stupid question.  Should I ask? Is this dumb? What will they think of me?  It’s bad enough when it’s about minor things like clarifying work assignments or asking for directions. It can be even harder when you’re thinking about asking a personal … Continue reading Afraid to bring up sensitive topics with your OB/GYN? Why it’s worth mentioning

Body aches? What to do for this common flu and COVID-19 symptom

During the fall and winter seasons, infectious diseases begin to emerge such as strep throat, influenza, rhinovirus, adenovirus, the common cold and, this year, COVID-19. Viral infections like the flu can cause muscle soreness called myalgias, often referred to as “body aches.” Myalgias are a result of the body working to heal itself. Other causes … Continue reading Body aches? What to do for this common flu and COVID-19 symptom