In May 2020, the WHO warned that COVID-19 “may never go away.” Are you prepared for the future of virtual healthcare? AtheneTeleHealth gives a closer look.
While COVID-19 is the virus that is currently on everyone’s mind, there are many other viruses that have rampaged the world. Vaccines are available for some, but others are still incurable. In the following infographic, Viking Steel Structures looks at the 11 deadliest viruses on earth.
Social isolation can domino into a series of health events. EduRef explains how the psychology of isolation fatigue can take a toll on us. How are you coping under quarantine?
When starting a journey to better health and fitness it’s important to lay the best foundation possible. Here are 7 steps, compiled by Andy Beal, that will help you achieve success in your quest to becoming healthier.
If you want to have nice abs, here is an infographic by reviewneeds that looks at the 5 best exercises for better abs. Be consistent once you start. Focus on the end results; rock hard abs that are stronger and your body will be healthier as a whole unit. Your abs won’t happen overnight but when they do, it will be worth the effort.
Since COVID-19 is a novel virus, nobody is immune to it – regardless of their health. However, Supplement Timing explains how boosting your immune system can help you stay protected. Are you up to date on your health?
Staying hydrated is a crucial part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Hydration is important because it helps with food digestion, carries oxygen throughout the body, increases exercise activity levels, and aids in weight loss and management. With this infographic, take time to learn about the importance of hydration and ways to stay hydrated.
You may be conscious of wearing a face mask, but do you know the science behind how masks work? Survival At Home explains everything you need to know about masks, from cleaning to creating your own. Are you staying safe?
Wound care is essential, but COVID-19 has placed challenges on its accessibility. Swift Medical explains how telehealth can help fight the pandemic, but are there risks? Find out below.