Coffee and Heart Health: The Surprising Truth.

Go ahead, have another cup of coffee, it may actually be good for you! For many years coffee and the caffeine it contains have been considered harmful to the heart. However, this perception of coffee and caffeine may be misinformed according to dietary information from three large, well-known heart disease studies suggests drinking one or … More Coffee and Heart Health: The Surprising Truth.

Coping with Pandemic Stress During the Holidays

When you hear about a new infectious disease spreading, you may feel stressed or afraid due to the uncertainty of this new threat. You may not even be considered at-risk for contracting or being fatally effected by the virus yet still the anxiety persists. These feelings of stress are a natural response to hearing about … More Coping with Pandemic Stress During the Holidays

Record Low Number of Influenza Cases as COVID-19 Cases Surge

According to the CDC, Influenza activity has fallen to and remained at historically low interseasonal levels. After recognition of widespread transmission of SARS-COV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, the percentage of U.S. respiratory specimens submitted for influenza testing that tested positive decreased from 20% to 2.3% in Northern Hemisphere countries. Data from Southern Hemisphere countries … More Record Low Number of Influenza Cases as COVID-19 Cases Surge