Everyone has felt the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in some way— and some have been affected more than others. Americans who are caring for their family members or who have dependents have been hit particularly hard as stay-at-home orders, joblessness and changes to everyday life impact how they care for themselves and their families.
Roughly 20% of men don’t discuss health-related matters with anyone, and half would rather talk about current events, sports or their job than health problems they are experiencing. Check out this list of easy ways to improve your health.
One of the most important ways to combat COVID-19 is through accurate and accessible testing. With so much talk about tests, it’s important to understand what tests are available, when you should be tested and what to expect when you receive one.
One in 50 people will be diagnosed with melanoma — skin cancer — in their lifetime. Fortunately, it’s very treatable if caught early. Most people, however, don’t know what exactly to look for when they self-check for melanoma. Here’s a helpful checklist you can use as your starting point.