Like just about everything else in 2020, the holiday season is going to be a little different this year, thanks largely to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Family gatherings will be smaller, travel will be limited and annual traditions may just have to take a year off.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on everyone. From families and businesses to schools, sports teams, hospitals and airports, there’s not much left untouched by the virus. One entity hit especially hard by COVID-19: nonprofits.
Here’s something you might not hear all that often about health insurance: Costs are staying the same or even going down. That’s at least the case with some Medicare plans that Oregonians can enroll in now that the Oct. 15 – Dec. 7 open enrollment period has begun.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot of things, including how people get dental care. Early on, dentist offices closed entirely, unable to offer anything but emergency services while the country adapted to the new reality. But just because there’s a pandemic going on doesn’t mean you stop taking care of your teeth.
What you need to know about getting the most out of a virtual care visit Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual medicine was already on its way to becoming a popular and common option for patients and health care providers. Now, however, with social distancing measures preventing most face-to-face interactions, virtual care has come to
It’s officially spring, which means there’s more sunshine and warmer days on the way — the perfect setting for a healthy run. But if you took the winter off or haven’t been running regularly, it’s important that you don’t just jump right back in. “The sun’s out and the weather’s nicer so people naturally are