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4 Foods to Avoid Eating This Summer

During the summer, foods like heirloom tomatoes and fresh corn may all be on the menu. However, there are some foods you'll also want to make sure you avoid...

Finding Your Mid-Year Motivation

The year is half over—how are you doing on those New Year’s resolutions? If the answer's "not so great" there’s still hope for meeting your goals. Follow these tips to get back on track...

Don’t Let Poisonous Plants Ruin Your Summer

The first step in protecting yourself and your family from poison oak, poison ivy, and sumac is knowing where to find these plants and what they look like...

Five Real-Life Scenarios Where Telehealth Wins the Day

You can hardly find a news article or advertisement about telehealth that doesn’t tout its benefits: It saves money! It’s quick! It’s convenient! Patients prefer it to in-person care! In an industry that’s best-known for complexity,...

Meet MeMD: Sharnece Thomas

Licensed Professional Counselor Sharnece Thomas talks to us about how she got involved in telebehavioral health, and dives into what PTSD is, who it can affect, and some possible treatment options...

A Practical Solution to Address the Burnout Crisis Among First Responders

Beyond the physical dangers of fire, law enforcement and other public safety jobs, there are very real risks to first responders’ mental health...

5 Hydrating Foods to Eat More of This Summer

Watermelon may be the most obvious, but it isn't the only food that can keep dehydration at bay this summer. Try incorporating these other water-packed foods into your meals to help you stay hydrated.

This Exercise Has the Greatest Impact on Mental Health

Exercise in any form can have a positive impact on your mental health. But some types of exercise can give you more bang for your buck than others, better helping to boost your mental wellness...

What’s the Best Time of Day to Take These 8 Daily Medications?

When it comes to your medications, timing is everything, but it’s something that many patients overlook. Do you know which drugs are best taken in the morning, versus right before bed?

Raw Chicken – To Wash or Not to Wash?

A recent tweet from the CDC set the internet off with an uproarious response that you might not expect from a simple food safety recommendation...

Here’s Why You Should Kick e-Scooters to the Curb

E-scooters are easy to ride while maintaining similar efficiency for short commutes. However, you might see much better benefits—and fewer safety risks—by picking up a manual scooter instead...

Are You Applying Sunscreen in This Critical Spot?

You probably know that sunscreen is your best defense against skin cancer when you’re spending time in the sun. Unfortunately most people tend to miss this critical area when applying SPF...

10 Considerations for Brokers Choosing a Telehealth Partner

The telehealth market is chock-full of options. So how does a broker choose the right partner? MeMD offers 10 considerations for brokers seeking out the best telehealth options for their clients...

New Calculator Helps Employers Quantify Cost of Untreated Mental Health Issues

A new online calculator from MeMD gives business owners an idea of the cost of mental health issues – at the micro level – along with a solution for improving employees’ mental and emotional health.

4 Foods to Eat for a Healthier Gut

One way you can improve your digestive health is by encouraging the growth of good bacteria in the gut, which you can do by eating the right foods. Start by stocking up on these dietary staples...

Doing This for Just 10 Minutes a Week Could Make You Live Longer

A recent study found that just 10 minutes of exercise a week can have a positive impact on a person’s lifespan, but can such an insignificant amount of time really make a difference?

Have Bad Allergies? These 6 Habits Could Be Making Your Symptoms Worse

Take a look at some surprising ways you may be inadvertently making your allergy symptoms worse—as well as some tips on how to break these bad habits.

The Powerful Impact of Telebehavioral Health in High-Risk Industries

While mental health is a widespread concern for employers nationwide, some industries are especially at risk for high rates of behavioral health concerns like anxiety, depression, substance misuse and suicide.

Meet MeMD: Arthur Rothstein

Meet MeMD's Arthur Rothstein, a dual board-certified Nurse Practitioner who's passionate about providing better patient care. Plus, get his tips for combating seasonal allergies this spring!

The Critical Role of Objective Patient Data in Telehealth and Beyond

With advances in mobile devices, wearable sensors and A.I., telehealth providers have access to a massive amount of objective patient data, with more coming in the months and years ahead...