How has Drive-Thru Testing Changed Rapid Health Solutions

The impacts of technologies on healthcare are endless. However, it’s important to recognize that these benefits aren’t limited to curing disease, mapping the human genome, or creating new drugs to treat various medical conditions. Advances in technology come in innumerable shapes and sizes, and, over the past year and a half, the COVID-19 pandemic has […]

Lifestyle Medicine: What is it?

When you hear the phrase “lifestyle medicine”, you might be unfamiliar with the exact terminology, but you’re not unfamiliar with what it is. A study outlining the practicality and importance of lifestyle medicine gave this simple definition: “the discipline of studying how daily habits and practices impact both on the prevention and treatment of disease, […]

Stress and its Relation to Cardiovascular Disease

For years scientists and researchers have studied how humans have interacted and dealt with the various pressures and tensions that come with living. Our body’s response to these pressures is called stress, and the individual pressures and tensions that cause stress are called stressors. There are two kinds of stressors: physical and psychological. Logically, physical […]

We’ll Soon Know More Than Ever Before About Our Bodies

In today’s day and age technology is progressing faster and faster, and it’s being pointed towards the one thing that everyone alive has in common: their health.  The COVID-19 pandemic has shown people how important it is to stay completely aware of all aspects of your health. During the pandemic people have kept track of […]

Proactively Staying Aware of Your Health

Most people have wondered at some point whether or not they should go to the doctor. It could be they have a fever and runny nose, a strange-looking rash, or just general fatigue. Sometimes it goes away, sometimes you learn to live with it, or sometimes a medical professional is reached out to. However, it’s […]

Natural Ways to Lower Blood Pressure

Across the world, high blood pressure affects more than one-third of the adult population. In the United States, heart disease is the leading cause of death, and, as of 2015, nearly 46% of adults live with hypertension.    For context, a normal blood pressure measurement is 120/80, while high blood pressure is considered to be […]