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What Happens If You Miss Open Enrollment in 2020?

People who lead busy lives may not be aware of the open enrollment period, especially if they are not getting insurance through work. Work will remind people of the dates, which can come in handy if a person is on important projects. If a person has their own business, is a contractor, or is notRead More

Why Should I Get A Flu Shot

Flu season is upon us once again. This time we’re more concerned with COVID-19 than the “regular flu” which is a concern. We focus on one new strain and not so much on the one that’s caught at this time of the year. We don’t have a vaccine for the current issue yet, but it’sRead More

5 Reasons To Soak Your Feet In Epsom Salt

Your grandma (and perhaps your grandpa, too) recommended it and it’s easy to understand why: Epsom Salt is a cheap, mineral-rich compound that has been favored over time for a variety of reasons. If your feet could use some TLC and pricey foot bath compounds cost more than your last pedicure, we offer you sixRead More

Do Diet Pills Really Work?

The Pros And Cons Of Using A Diet Pill Do diet pills really work? Some say they do, while others tend to disagree. Today we will be going over some of the pros and cons of using a diet pill. We do want to preface this blog by stating that most of the information comesRead More

What Can I Do For Swimmer’s Ear?

Swimmer’s Ear conjures up a vision of a hot summer day around a swimming pool. Children are in the pool and having a good time. Suddenly one youngster comes out complaining of an earache. They start to jump up and down. They stand on one foot and shake and hit their head in an attemptRead More

What Is A Good Skin Care Routine

What Is A Good Skin Care Routine People largely seem to start caring about their skin when it starts to show signs of damage. However, the truth is that you should start caring for your skin by establishing a regular routine for it early in life. One of the biggest issues people face or areRead More

What to Do For Pink Eye

Pink eye or conductivities colors the eye pink with irritation or infection. Eyes can be itchy, teary, swollen, or have crusty eyelids. Antibiotic eye drops or ointments are often prescribed, but now there is a statement from the American Academy of Ophthalmology that antibiotics can do more harm than good. Do You Have Pink Eye?Read More

What’s The Difference in Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes?

Both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are characterized by the body’s inability to properly store and use glucose – an important source of energy. Collected in blood, glucose is not able to reach blood cells, which leads to serious health complications. Though Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are quite similar, there are certainRead More

What Is The Difference In The Corona Virus And The Flu?  

Every year, the flu affects more than 40 million people from mid-fall to late spring; according to the Disease Prevention and Control Center. There is an annual influx of flu shots and over-the-counter medication purchases in regards to flu prevention and treatment. The 2019 coronavirus outbreak that has caused almost 100,000 illnesses in less thanRead More

2020 Flu Season Need to Know

2020 Flu Season Need to Know From the coronavirus to the bush-fires in Australia, 2020 has not gotten off to a good start. An overview of this year’s flu strain This flu season has been particularly dangerous with multiple deaths even in very young children. Moreover, the virus is mutating (as usual) and making itsRead More