29 05, 2020

How To Stay Independent When You Have To Self-Quarantine

Even as life starts to return to normal for some, those 50 and over may be advised to limit contact with others to avoid catching COVID-19. This can be difficult when you or an older parent need something done around the house. Here are three ways to stay independent when you have to self-quarantine. Reduce [...]

25 04, 2020

Two Trends Sweeping the Nation During Self-Isolation

Widespread Coronavirus-caused quarantining has led to some interesting pastimes. If you’re spending more time at home these days than unusual, you may know the joy that comes with having a more relaxed schedule. Baking bread and experimenting with coffee has become widely popular recently, as people look to fill their time, try something new, and [...]

17 04, 2020

5 Ways to Help Fight the Spread of the Coronavirus

As the number of coronavirus cases in the U.S. and abroad climbs every day, everyone is being encouraged to practice social distancing and take other preventative measures. And while no vaccine for the coronavirus is currently available, there are things you can do to help keep yourself and others safe during the pandemic. Here are [...]

27 03, 2020

Who Does Coronavirus Put Most At-Risk?

As coronavirus spreads across the U.S., public health officials are issuing more warnings. Some schools have shut down, and more companies are having employees work from home. While the coronavirus is quite contagious and can be serious, it’s important to know who should be most concerned. While much is still unknown about the virus, it [...]

20 03, 2020

3 Ways the Coronavirus Could Affect Your Travel Plans

There are more cases of coronavirus reported in the U.S. every day, and the disease is spreading more rapidly around the world. Keep in mind that there are some places where the Center for Disease Control (CDC) warns against traveling to or recommends taking extra precautions when visiting. If you’re planning a trip, know these [...]