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4 Psychological Tricks to Help You Stick with Your Resolutions

Ready to make 2021 the year your new year's resolution sticks? Try these helpful tricks to keep yourself focused and dedicated to positive changes.

When Can I Expect to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine (and How Can I Prepare)?

The COVID-19 vaccine could signal an end to the pandemic, but the vaccine (and the disease it aims to prevent) are still new. Below are answers to commonly asked questions.

Virtual Primary Care Improves Outcomes for Employees with Chronic Conditions, Drives Down Costs for...

Chronic conditions cost U.S. businesses $36.4 billion a year because of employee absenteeism. The good news is that primary care can drive these costs down...

3 Tips for Starting Therapy

If you think you may benefit from speaking with a therapist but you’re having trouble getting started, you’re not alone. Here's how to take the first steps.

Stomach Flu or COVID-19? How to Spot the Difference

A significant challenge in the coronavirus pandemic has been identifying the virus based on its symptoms. Many of the symptoms of COVID-19 are non-specific, meaning they overlap with those of other common...

How to Tell Your Family You Won’t Be Home for the Holidays

Planning on telling your family that you won’t be celebrating with them in person this year? Follow our guidelines to help you get through this tough conversation.

What’s Ahead in Telehealth in 2021

Telehealth has become an essential part of the healthcare system – and the best is yet to come. Here are the top six ways telehealth will shape U.S. healthcare in 2021.

Solving the Nation’s Primary Care Shortage

The demands on the U.S. healthcare system are increasing, while physicians are in short supply. This dilemma has paved a path for virtual primary care.

Is It Possible to Safely Host Holiday Gatherings During COVID-19?

After several months of quarantine and social distancing, it may feel like an eternity since you’ve seen many of your loved ones. With the holiday season soon kicking off with Thanksgiving, you...

Coping with the Anxiety of Indecision

Folks who may not have experienced symptoms of anxiety before might now find themselves struggling more with decision-making when it comes to the holidays and COVID-19.

Is Cabin Fever a Real Thing?

While cabin fever isn’t an official diagnosis that you’d get from a health professional, it is a real concern for your mental health.

The Many Masks of Depression

Despite it being a common mental health issue, many people still work hard to hide their emotional pain due to the stigma surrounding a diagnosis of depression.

3 Tips to Make Halloween a Treat—Not a Trick

Traditional trick-or-treating might be out this year but you can still celebrate the ghoulish season with these ideas for a safe yet spookily fun Halloween!

Finding Work-Life Balance in the Age of Coronavirus

While the early days of the pandemic called for breaking a lot of personal care and parenting rules, it’s now time to shift towards more sustainable habits.

What Role Can Virtual Primary Care Play in Employee Retention?

Virtual Primary Care offers companies a safe, convenient, high-quality solution for medical care that will give them a major edge in the race for talent.

Why Do I Bruise So Easily?

If you seem to be developing bruises on your arms, legs, and other parts of your body from just a small bump, or seemingly out of nowhere—should you worry?

Why It’s Crucial to Recognize National Suicide Prevention Month this Year

It’s easy to feel helpless and isolated during the COVID-19 pandemic, and suicidal ideation is a serious concern. Remember that you are not alone...

Face Masks & Skin Care: What You Should Know

The following tips can help you increase your comfort and better care for your skin as face masks continue to be an important part of daily life.

The Evolution of Primary Care in a COVID-19 World

It’s clear the U.S. is on board with virtual care as it is quickly becoming “the new normal.” One obvious extension of telehealth is the PCP setting...

Flu Season is Coming – 4 Ways You Can Prepare During the Coronavirus Pandemic

What are you most concerned about catching this fall? Probably not the flu, when COVID-19 is so top of mind. But don't let influenza catch you off guard...