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3 Tips to Improve Your Mental and Physical Well-Being While Working Remotely

Since COVID rampaged through the country, working from home has become the new normal. While working remotely comes with many advantages (such as working in your pajamas, stretched out on your bed, or relaxing on your sofa), it also comes with real-world drawbacks. Every person reacts differently to remote work, and many miss the interactions with their colleagues, many of whom have become friends. How...

How Does My Health Impact My Insurance?

The health insurance industry was radically changed with the passage of the Affordable Care Act. Prior to the passage of this law, a person who had a health condition was typically denied insurance coverage – a financial disaster for families, many of whom were forced to file bankruptcy due to medical bills. It was a monumental change in the health insurance industry when the law...

6 Foods to Help Prevent Dehydration

Across the USA, many people live in communities that are experiencing hot, dry weather. Staying well hydrated is always important, and even more so during the hot summer months. Obviously, drinking plenty of water is vital, but there is more to staying hydrated than just consuming liquids. Electrolytes work to direct water and other nutrients to the cells. Many foods contain water, nutrients and electrolytes...

How Much Sun Is Too Much Sun?

It is common knowledge that too much sun exposure is bad for your skin. Most people also know that we need sunlight to make vitamin D, a micronutrient that aids bone growth and absorption of calcium, controls cell growth, regulates immunity, and helps prevent inflammation. Unfortunately, it can be tricky balance between getting the sunshine we need to produce adequate vitamin D and risking overexposure...

Is Coffee Good Or Bad For Your Health?

A cup of coffee in the morning is a long-established ritual for many of us in America. According to Gallup News, nearly two-thirds of all adults in the U.S. drink at least one cup of coffee a day. Average daily consumption is 2.7 cups, a statistic that has not changed since 1999, despite warnings in the past that coffee may be harmful to your health....