Cases of COVID-related PTSD are expected to rise as we journey closer to herd immunity. Photo by Claudia Wolff on Unsplash.
It’s Not Over Yet With a return to normalcy pending, people are itching to mark the pandemic’s end date on their calendars.  The Gallup, armed with data from the CDC and Johns Hopkins University, has estimated that herd immunity could be achieved as early as June.  However, eliminating a plague […]

COVID-19 and PTSD: Mental Health Outcomes at the Dawn of ...

antibody treatment for COVID-19
At the beginning of August, two drug companies began clinical trials for an antibody treatment for COVID-19 known as monoclonal antibodies. They have been racing to complete the clinical trials and have even claimed they could have this treatment available before the vaccine. What Are Monoclonal Antibodies? When the human […]

Antibody Treatment For COVID-19

drive-in during the pandemic
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the entertainment industry has been almost completely on pause and people have been desperately looking for any way to get out of the house while staying safe. Enter the drive-in movie theater, a business idea from the 1930s that is strangely perfect for just […]

Drive-In Theaters During The Pandemic

lost health coverage
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of Americans lost their jobs and many of them remain out of work. Due to this, many of those people lost their health coverage entirely or temporarily lost their health coverage during the pandemic. Steps To Take If You’ve Lost Coverage If […]

Lost Health Coverage During The Pandemic

Pandemic Mental Health
A recent study by Metlife found that the pandemic is having an adverse impact on people’s mental health, especially younger employees. The study found that Gen Z employees were three times more likely to seek professional help for mental health struggles during the pandemic than other age groups. Causes For […]

Mental Health Effects During Pandemic

Countries requiring international health insurance
Several countries have begun requiring travelers to have international health insurance. Traveling abroad during the COVID-19 pandemic is a risk and has added complications for American travelers. Many countries have closed their borders to Americans entirely due to the continued outbreak in the United States, but there are some regions […]

Countries Requiring International Health Insurance

Millions of Americans are currently staying indoors as stay-at-home orders across the nation continue. With most Americans receiving health coverage through their job or a family member’s job, how has COVID-19 affected those who risk losing their Employer-Sponsored Insurance (ESI) plans? From a previously released estimate from the U.S. Census […]

How COVID Has Affected Employer-Sponsored Plans

Emerging evidence is showing that COVID-19 might be able to cause airborne transmission according to the World Health Organization. A group of scientists sent a letter to the organization urging WHO to acknowledge its guidance on how to help limit the spread of the virus. Many have looked towards Benedetta […]

Airborne Transmission: Is COVID-19 Airborne?

It looks like the first vaccination for COVID-19 is to begin human testing according to manufacturers Moderna. From the previous testing done in March on eight people, the drug seemed to make healthy volunteers make antibodies against COVID-19. The antibodies developed were then able to stop the replication of the […]

First Vaccination For COVID-19 Is Heading To Human Testing