Feeling Anxious or Depressed? You’re Not Alone. Here’s How to Cope

If you’re struggling to stay positive and hopeful during the COVID-19 crisis, take a moment to recognize that you're not alone, and there are ways you can cope.

Returning to Work: Q&A on the Role of Antibody Testing

MeMD’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Lorenzo, answers the most common questions about antibody testing, explaining what it is, how it works and the role it will play in getting Americans back on track.

6 Ways to Survive Quarantine Without Resenting Your Housemates

If you’re finding that you’re already hating your housemates during quarantine, take a step back and consider the following coping strategies...

How to Use Homemade Disinfectants to Clean Your Home

Out of Clorox or Lysol? Don't stress - you probably have what you need at home to DIY your own homemade disinfectant to keep COVID-19 germs at bay...

Caring for Your Mental Health During COVID-19

It’s natural to feel stress and anxiety related to Coronavirus. However, managing stress and caring for your mental health are among the best actions you can currently take.

10 Ways to Help Slow the Spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

On Monday, the White House released guidelines for the next 15 days to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in the United States. Here's how you can play your part.

Fox News Taps MeMD to Educate Americans About Telehealth Benefits in Light of COVID-19

Dr. Lorenzo explains telehealth advantages and highlights at-home testing kits that MeMD will be offering to consumers who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.

Psychiatrist or Therapist, Which is Right For You?

One of the first decisions you’ll face when seeking mental healthcare is whether to see a psychiatrist or a therapist. Here's how to decide which professional is right for you...

Here’s What Should Be in Your Medicine Cabinet in Case of Emergencies

Here’s a look at what you should keep on hand in your medicine cabinet to stay ready for future emergencies or natural disasters.

Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 in Your Workplace

These recommended measures will help prevent the spread of infections like Coronavirus in your workplace, and can protect you and your fellow coworkers from getting sick.

Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Heart Medications

If you have heart health red flags your doctor may recommend using a heart medication. Here are the follow-up questions you should ask.

6 Ways to Show Yourself Love This Valentine’s Day

Forget sappy romantic dinners, heart-shaped candies, and greeting cards this Valentine’s Day. Instead, focus on the person who truly matters most in your life: You!

2020 Diet Trends

From programs that work, to those you should avoid — here's a closer look at the food and diet trends to watch in 2020.

5 Great Reasons to Give Therapy a Try

A big misconception about therapy is that it’s only for people facing significant mental illness. But if any of the following apply to you, it may be time to give therapy a go...

Nurturing Your Child’s Mental Health

As a parent you have the responsibility of nurturing your child’s mental health. While no simple feat, you can follow these simpler, more achievable steps.

4 Food-Drug Interactions to Know About

Did you know there are foods that you should avoid eating while taking certain types of prescription medications? Here’s a look at four foods to watch out for...

6 Mental Health Tips for Busting Holiday Stress

While there are many different triggers that can impact our holiday experiences, you have the ability to minimize their impact with these strategies.

Emotional Eating: Why We Do It and How to Stop

While you may not be able to avoid stress, boredom, or fatigue, you can better control how you react to these emotional eating triggers...
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The Dangers of Vaping (and How to Quit!)

It's not known exactly why severe vape related illness have had such a recent surge, but reports have shown that e-cigarettes can pose significant health risks, including death...

What Science Says About the Food Combining Trend

Food combining is one trending myth that isn’t substantiated by basic biology, but it continues to grow in popularity. Here's why it doesn’t work...