Reasons For Optimism Amid The COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic

There’s a pandemic of fear being spread by the media. Yes, COVID-19 coronavirus is a serious medical concern. But the world has come to a screeching halt. People seem to be cowering in their homes in fear and panic. Here are some reasons to be optimistic in the middle of all the darkness.

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Coronavirus Shutdown At Home Workout (Video)

Many Americans and others around the world are at home, unable to work or do the normal, everyday things they’ve always done. That includes going to the gym to work on their fitness. Here’s a workout you can do right at home with minimal or no equipment.

Help Your Kids Cope With The COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic

The novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 which causes COVID-19 has taken over the news. For adults, the news is frightening. For children, it can be terrifying and may leave real scars. Parents can ease kids’ fears and help them cope with this pandemic, if they have the tools.

What You Need To Know Right Now About Coronavirus COVID-19

The novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has been declared a global pandemic. If you listen to the news, you’d believe that this virus is killing everyone and there’s no way to stop it. While there is cause for concern, the picture isn’t so bleak for most of us. Here’s some truth and sanity about COVID-19 coronavirus. It… Continue reading What You Need To Know Right Now About Coronavirus COVID-19

Your #fitspiration Instagram Posts Aren’t Really Inspirational For Women

Women scrolling Instagram will come across thousands of posts with the hashtag #fitspiration. Attractive, fit women in form-fitting clothes show off their “fitness lifestyles” in order to inspire other women (or satisfy narcissistic tendencies.) But do these posts actually have the opposite effect? Are they doing damage to women’s body image?

Symptom Incubation Period For COVID-19 Coronavirus Identified

COVID-19 has been in the news since early December, but we still have important questions unanswered. How long can it survive on surfaces? How is it really transmitted? How long does it take for symptoms to begin after infection? Johns Hopkins University seems to have answered the last one.