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Immunity and covid: how to stay prepared

It’s safe to say that most of us had high expectations for 2020. No one could’ve predicted the sheer carnage COVID-19 brought to the world. Well, actually most infectious disease experts and researchers could, but that’s a different Read more

Competitive Edge: How to Supplement Right on CrossFit

If you’re a dedicated CrossFit practitioner, then you probably already know how important it is to keep your body performing at the top of its game. CrossFit is more of a lifestyle than just a demanding workout Read more

Back to our Roots: How to Supplement on a Paleo Diet

Thousands of years ago, our ancestors battled the elements every day for survival. Their next meal was not guaranteed, and food was a scarcity found straight from nature. It’s only over the past 100 years that modern Read more

Do Keto Right: How to Supplement on a Ketogenic Diet

Every millennial is talking about it. You probably have about a dozen friends on the diet right now. But what does it really mean to be on keto? To put it simply, a ketogenic diet is a high fat, moderate-protein, and low-carb Read more

What is Zoom Fatigue?

The COVID-19 pandemic has had effects reaching far beyond public health and the economy. Now that most events, tasks, and even studies have shifted to the world wide web, Stanford researchers have now warned about Read more

How to Keep Your Kids Safe in School ?

As the high tide of COVID-19 infections has seemingly ebbed, many schools and universities across the US have decided to reopen their doors with necessary precautions. Sending your kids back to school may sound daunting, but many Read more

How Parents Can Deal With Stress During COVID-19

Being a parent is more stress than anyone could ever bargain for. But being a parent during a catastrophic pandemic? That’s something else entirely. We know that caring for your child during these trying times is incredibly difficult. Read more

COVID-19 or Just the Flu?

Curious to know the answer to one of the most frequently asked questions from the onset of the coronavirus pandemic? Though caused by different viruses, COVID-19 and the flu have striking similarities, making it pretty hard for Read more

What to Have in Your Flu Kit?

In the United States, flu season begins every year from October, and intensifies around the holidays until finally petering out around February. Though it varies every year, flu activity seems to intensify during fall and winter. Read more

Flu 101: Myth vs. Fact

Flu season brings about its fair share of skepticism and unending questions. However, it's important to draw a distinction between myth and fact. Random Facebook posts and uninformed relatives may tell you Read more

Out With The Old: Declutter Your Space This NEW YEAR

Minimalism and decluttering have been a hot topic in the last five years. Everyone’s rushing to throw out their junk and start fresh. So what better time to adopt this concept than during New Year’s? Read more

You Do You: Practice Self Care This New Years

In a world of hustle culture, endless meetings, and an environment that seemingly rewards round-the-clock work, we often forget to take the time out to care for ourselves. Self care isn’t just about mental health, Read more

Let’s Talk About Feelings: Create a Mood Tracker This New Years

Mental health has become a hot button topic in the last decade. But it is safe to say COVID-19 had a major impact on people’s mental health. Isolation, missed opportunities, and lost loved ones all contributed Read more

Good Gut Feeling: Take Care of Your GI Health

Here’s a surprising fact to kick off 2022: did you know that your immunity is invariably linked to your gut health? Keeping your digestive system healthy is key to preventing serious illness later in life. Read more

Stop and Smell the Roses: Reduce Your Screen Time

Ah, the age-old debate: is technology a boon or a bane to our existence? While the internet has provided an incredibly powerful platform for connection, creation, and collaboration, it has also been a breeding Read more