Women, alcohol, and COVID-19

Excessive alcohol use is a common response to coping with stress. Alcohol use increased following the September 11th terrorist attacks and Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. The COVID-19 pandemic is following this same path. However, this pandemic is different in its scope and duration. COVID-19 is associated with both negative health and economic impacts, as well… Read More »

Time to Reboot “Medicare-For-All”

By MIKE MAGEE In the fog of the Covid pandemic, many are wondering what ever happened to prior vocal support for universal coverage and Medicare-for-All. Expect those issues to regain prominence in the coming months. A bit of recent history helps explain why. The January 6th insurrection, followed by the past weeks two mass shootings,… Read More »

Australia’s shameful vaccine statistic

The speed of Australia‘s vaccination rate is ranked just 90th in the world, as experts warn the coronavirus is mutating faster than the country is administering jabs. University of New South Wales strategic health policy consultant Adjunct Professor Bill Bowtell said Australia’s rate of cumulative doses per hundred was 2.34. “We are somewhere about 90th… Read More »

How and Why to Take CBD

CBD is the newest arrival on the wellness and complimentary health scene, but is a fad or does it have some genuine value and is it here to stay? If it can help you, then how should you take your CBD? Today we’re looking to answer some of these questions thanks to Discover Magazine. Why… Read More »