Since 1964, each February has been recognized as American Heart Month. The idea is to encourage Americans to adopt heart-healthy lifestyles.
The rules for travel continue to change during the coronavirus pandemic. Learn about one important tool to evaluate the risk of flying to other countries.
The live event industry is uniquely qualified to assist emergency managers and public health officials build and run vaccination sites. Here’s why the nation should turn to them for help defeating COVID-19.
Businesses, schools and other public places are doing everything they can to disinfect their spaces. But the chemicals raise a public health concern.
Transitioning to telehealth services has been very challenging for healthcare providers. Learn how one psychologist and business owner expanded her policies to focus on employee work-life balance during the pandemic.
There are many things you can do to comfort a friend or a relative who is grieving a loss of a loved one. Here are some dos and don’ts.
Advancements in telemedicine have proven critical during COVID-19. However, there are concerns regarding the standard of care including legal and ethical issues in delivering remote medical care.
Spurned by CDC guidance at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. has seen a rapid shift to the utilization of telemedicine.