Tag Archives: Support

Support for telehealth Medicare reimbursement gains steam in Congress

Dive Brief: Congressional support for permanently expanding access to telehealth seems to be rising, though thorny questions persist around payment, timing and which flexibilities should be retained after the COVID-19 public health emergency expires. In a House subcommittee panel on telehealth Tuesday, lawmakers on both side of the aisle were supportive of the modality, especially… Read More »

Immune Support Without Vitamin C

Are you looking for immune support without vitamin C, or in addition to vitamin C? Start with these seven nutritional supplements from Garden of Life, Pure Encapsulations, Vital Nutrients, Enviromedica, Integrative Therapeutics, Nutri-Dyn, and Thorne Research. Elderberry Immune Gummy – Garden of Life Garden of Life, a recognized leader and innovator of whole food nutritional… Read More »

Best products to buy to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2020

The 1st of October marked the beginning of Breast Cancer Awareness month and there’s loads of brands throwing their support behind raising awareness, helping out charities, as well as donating all important funding for research. Every 10 minutes in the UK, another woman is diagnosed with breast cancer. With this knowledge, it’s vital that we… Read More »

Here’s What You Can Do to Demand Justice for Black Lives and Support Protestors Right Now

The recent deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd; news surrounding the October 2019 killing of Brianna Hill; and the horrifying way a white woman used her privilege to threaten Christian Cooper’s life in Central Park have sparked international protests against racism and police brutality in America. Over the past week, protestors in… Read More »

‘Crazy idea’ of infecting volunteers with COVID-19 to boost herd immunity, test vaccines gathers support

Dr. Eleftherios Diamandis admits it might look like a “crazy idea” to some. In a paper posted on his cancer research lab’s website, the University of Toronto professor proposes setting up special hospitals where volunteers could be deliberately infected with low doses of the COVID-19 virus, helping build a protective herd immunity in the year… Read More »