This Is When Your Cold Stops Being Contagious


Colds can really ruin your week. But if you give one to your whole office, that’s just plain rude. The cruddiness of a cold isn’t solely symptomatic. It’s one thing to have to endure the slog of sniffles, sneezing, and sinus pressure, but it’s another thing entirely to spread your suffering to the whole office. But when exactly is it safe More...

by Tony Williams | Published 1 month ago
Affordable Health Insurance
By Desk of Editor On Tuesday, November 21st, 2017

How to Find Affordable Health Insurance If You’re Self Employed

Perhaps the toughest part of being self employed is finding affordable health insurance. When you work for a large company, they provide health coverage that is subsidized by the business. However, when you are More...

Workplace Injuries
By Desk of Editor On Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

The Most Common Workplace Injuries And How To Avoid Them

It seems to be inevitable. Whatever health and safety legislation businesses are beholden to, whatever steps are taken by managers and employees alike, whatever training is rendered and whatever safeguards are put More...

By Desk of Editor On Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

Four Conditions That Don’t Need an Emergency Room Visit

Each year, over one billion people in the U.S. visits a doctor’s office, emergency room or hospital outpatient department. According to research, over 130 million of those visits are to emergency rooms across More...

Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation for Teenagers
By Desk of Editor On Tuesday, September 26th, 2017

Five Things to Know about Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation for Teenagers

If your teenage child has a substance abuse problem, then you are likely looking for a solution. The best solution is to use a Drug and Alcohol Rehab facility that provides inpatient treatment and has a specialty More...

Improving the Way You Look
By Desk of Editor On Wednesday, September 20th, 2017

Improving the Way You Look and Feel through Natural Means

Prescription medications often come with a host of side effects and risks that can negatively impact your health. When you want to look and feel better without experiencing complications like diarrhea, heartburn, More...

medical career
By Desk of Editor On Wednesday, August 9th, 2017

Is A Career In Medical Leadership For You?

When you make your choices to study at college, it’s often not until you are in the working world that you truly decide where you want to go in life. When you choose to study in a field as complex and ever-changing More...

By Desk of Editor On Monday, August 7th, 2017

Overturn Insurance Rejection For Chronic Pain Claims

Long-term disability insurance is a crucial benefit that many employers offer to employees to protect them when a long-term disability prevents the worker from continuing in his or her current capacity. Severe psychological More...

Rising Skin Cancer Rate
By Desk of Editor On Tuesday, July 4th, 2017

Rising Skin Cancer Rates: What You Need to Know

The American Cancer Society’s latest numbers are absolutely harrowing: 87,110 new melanomas are expected to be diagnosed in 2017 alone, with 9,730 cases expected to be fatal. The rates of melanoma have been steadily More...

Medical Residents
By Desk of Editor On Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

Medical Residents’ Hours Set to Increase, But at What Cost to Safety and Health?

In 2011, first-year medical residents were not authorized to work any more than 16 consecutive hours at a time at their teaching hospitals. But, a new change is not only allowing up to 24 hours of work time, but More...