Tossing and turning? 5 keys to better sleep during COVID-19

Sometimes, counting sheep just doesn’t cut it. Are you one of the 50-70 million Americans of all ages who are affected by various kinds of sleep disorders?  Maybe you were sleeping soundly until COVID-19 came along. But from simple changes in sleep schedules to underlying mood disorders, many people are having more trouble resting than normal during … Continue reading Tossing and turning? 5 keys to better sleep during COVID-19

New research study aims to uncover the emotional impact of COVID-19

It’s difficult to put into words the changes that our world has seen in just a few short weeks. Not only are we confronted by the ever-present risk of illness by this invisible enemy, COVID-19, but there are so many creature comforts and “norms” that are no longer accessible in times of need. As we … Continue reading New research study aims to uncover the emotional impact of COVID-19

Coronavirus myths unraveled: Separating COVID-19 facts from fiction

COVID-19 is a highly contagious virus, but there is a lot of misinformation about how it’s spread, how to treat coronavirus symptoms and how to protect yourself. It can be challenging to know where to go for information you can trust to keep you and your family well. The most effective way to stay safe … Continue reading Coronavirus myths unraveled: Separating COVID-19 facts from fiction

Why you should still go to the ED for stroke symptoms during COVID-19

With so much attention on the COVID-19 virus, it’s important to remember that other medical emergencies, like strokes, can still occur during the pandemic. In the event of a stroke, time is of the essence. Common stroke symptoms While staying alert to coronavirus symptoms and following the recommended safety protocols, you should still watch out for … Continue reading Why you should still go to the ED for stroke symptoms during COVID-19