Doctors On Call For Weird Rashes Related To COVID-19

The dermatologists at FirstDerm.com are seeing a huge spike in user numbers with questions about cracked skin and suspicious rashes correlating with COVID-19. For example, a 30 year old male has submitted a photo of his abnormally red toes and reports other COVID-19 symptoms. Cracked skin is also a common question dermatologists are observing relating … More Doctors On Call For Weird Rashes Related To COVID-19

De-stress Outdoors Even While Social Distancing

During these challenging and stressful times, it’s even more important than ever to take a moment to get out into the family yard – it’s your safe space. The TurfMutt Foundation reminds families that nature starts right outside your back door. Let the proven benefits of green space give us a break from being cooped … More De-stress Outdoors Even While Social Distancing

Covid-19 Tips for Car Cleanliness

A vehicle could be a hotbed of germs and bacteria, if not properly cleaned. That’s why Ziebart, a 60-year-old global provider of vehicle appearance and protection services with 400 locations and 1,200 service centers across the world, is offering helpful car sanitization tips, including identifying and disinfecting high-touch point areas inside and outside of their … More Covid-19 Tips for Car Cleanliness

WebMD Poll Finds Nearly One in 10 People Believe They Had Covid-19

Nearly one in 10 people believe they may have had COVID-19 within the past 30 days, but only 7% received a test that could have confirmed their suspicions, according to a new poll from WebMD. Among the 7% who were tested, about two-thirds were positive for Covid-19, and one-third were negative. The percentage who suspected … More WebMD Poll Finds Nearly One in 10 People Believe They Had Covid-19

T.I. and Former Surgeon General Dr. Regina Benjamin Talk Covid-19 African American-Facts Vs. Fiction

Today, recording artist/actor/entrepreneur Tip “T.I.” Harris releases expediTIously Special Report – an insightful conversation with former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Regina Benjamin that examines the Coronavirus’ disproportionate impact on the African American community. Viewers can watch the special podcast episode on the expediTIously with Tip “T.I”. Harris YouTube channel and have the opportunity to donate … More T.I. and Former Surgeon General Dr. Regina Benjamin Talk Covid-19 African American-Facts Vs. Fiction

Covid-19 Mental Health Habits Tips to Create & Help Stay on Track During

With the recent mandates to maintain social isolation, people are more stressed than ever before. Anxiety and panic are plaguing people who have previously managed stress with ease. Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist Erin Wiley, MA, LPCC shares the importance of healthy mental health habits during this time and tips to put into place. Being under stay-at-home … More Covid-19 Mental Health Habits Tips to Create & Help Stay on Track During

McDonald’s Celebrates Healthcare Workers and First Responders with Free “Thank You Meals”

In appreciation for the healthcare workers, police officers, firefighters and paramedics who are committed to our health and safety, McDonald’s will offer free Thank You Meals*, between Wednesday, April 22 and Tuesday, May 5, as a token of appreciation for their selfless service. While the majority of America is staying home, McDonald’s has remained open, with … More McDonald’s Celebrates Healthcare Workers and First Responders with Free “Thank You Meals”