While everyone needs to do their part to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), extra attention needs to be paid to helping those at higher risk for more serious complications from the
Social interaction is a basic human need. We look to the connections we make in our churches, schools, workplaces, restaurants, gyms and other gathering spots to promote our physical and emotional wellbeing. But in this
Older adults can be especially vulnerable during times of crisis. Seniors 65 years and older are considered at a higher risk for severe illness from the latest coronavirus (COVID-19). Concerns about the effects of the
The latest travel advisory issued March 19 by the U.S. State Department restricts all American citizens from traveling abroad due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). It’s a measure put in place to help control the spread
As the novel coronavirus, or “COVID-19” continues to spread, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local health authorities have asked that everyone limit their exposure by staying home as much as possible.
Welcome to our first in a weekly series called Texas Health-y Home Cooking! You’re cooped up at home and coping with the new reality of stay-at-home life. But despite the current state of crazy, dinnertime
Good hygiene and dedication to cleanliness can go a long way to help to keep families safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, and beyond. But can you separate fact from fiction when it comes to cleaning?
With most schools closed indefinitely and new government guidelines changing up our normal routines and limiting how we interact with each other, society as a whole is coming to terms with some unusual new realities.
If there’s one recurring message that seems to be getting through to everyone during the coronavirus outbreak, it’s this: wash your hands – properly and frequently. It seems commonsensical enough. Most of us learned as
Planning to go the full 26.2? Running USA estimates that a record 541,000 people finished marathons in the United States in 2013, a significant increase from the 353,000 who finished the 26.2-mile trek in 2000.