How Sporting Events Have Changed Because of COVID-19

How Sporting Events Have Changed Because of COVID-19

With the coronavirus pandemic affecting people’s ability to go outside due to stay at home orders, sporting events and other outdoor gatherings have been canceled or postponed. Read on to find out how the virus is posing a challenge to athletics and the physical wellbeing of Americans, as well as recommendations for a safe return…

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Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19

Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19

During the time of a pandemic, your life gets turned upside down. This could affect your mental health, but the CDC is here to help with tips and resources to help us all feel our best in these crazy times. To find out more about mental health during Covid19, visit the source information at the CDC…

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Steroids cut deaths of hospitalized Covid-19 patients by one-third

Steroids cut deaths of hospitalized Covid-19 patients by one-third

A WHO analysis has found that steroid drugs can be helpful for combating Covid-19. Inexpensive steroids have lead to a one-third drop in deaths of hospitalized Covid-19 patients. These drugs are readily available, providing patients with hope. This article is sourced from StatNews. 
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Weddings During COVID-19

Weddings During COVID-19

COVID-19 has affected every aspect of daily life, from school to social gatherings and events. For couples getting ready to walk down the aisle, their special day will be very different than they first imagined. Read on to find out what is in store for weddings in the time of coronavirus.

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COVID-19 evolving workplace flexibility

COVID-19 evolving workplace flexibility

Pre-COVID, many employers did not offer allow employees to work from home. But that is all changing now. More than 80% of companies will allow flexibility on working location. Large numbers of employers are saying productivity has been maintained or increased, leading them to decide working from home isn’t that bad for business. We thank…

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NFL Has Several False Positive COVID Tests

NFL Has Several False Positive COVID Tests

Sports are missed by many, as Covid19 has cancelled seasons and made drastic changes to the sports industry. The NFL tested players and coaches to find that 77 individuals came back positive. Upon more research, the NFL has now found these were false positive due to contamination at the lab where testing was completed. These…

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The Innovative Features of Hayver Shield

The Innovative Features of Hayver Shield

Looking for a way to help stop the spread of illness in the workplace? Hayver Shield is your answer. Keep your employees and customers safe with The Daily Health Check-In App. Contact us for a demo on how you can ensure everyone’s safety during this time.   As we are all beginning to make a…

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Movie theater trade group establishes COVID-19 protocols

Movie theater trade group establishes COVID-19 protocols

Movie theaters are the next activity to reopen in the time of COVID19. The National Association of Theater Owners is now working to help ensure everyone is safe while they attend moving screenings. The plan describes mask procedures and how to stay safe at movie theaters during the pandemic. This article is sourced from ABC…

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Facebook Portal adds Zoom, Cisco video app access

Facebook Portal adds Zoom, Cisco video app access

In a world where video conferencing has become the norm, some companies such as Facebook are looking to join in. Facebook is looking to expand to allow access to conferencing apps like Zoom and Webex. Signing into WorkPlace via Facebook will also become easier for users. For more information about this article, visit the source content…

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Walmart and Target are thriving during the pandemic thanks to stimulus spending — here are the top 9 items Americans purchased with their checks at the big-box retailers

Walmart and Target are thriving during the pandemic thanks to stimulus spending — here are the top 9 items Americans purchased with their checks at the big-box retailers

While many businesses are falling on hard times due to COVID-19, Target and Walmart are thriving. Both businesses saw large spikes in sales when stimulus checks were distributed. Nine specific items topped the list of what was purchased during this time. This article is sourced from Business Insider   As we are all beginning to…

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This Starbucks in Tokyo looks like a WeWork

This Starbucks in Tokyo looks like a WeWork

Could COVID-19 change the way Starbucks sets up their restaurants? In Japan, one Starbucks looks like a combination between a collaborative worksite and Starbucks. Maybe this new concept will make an appearance other places too. Thank you Fast Company for this article. 
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6 restaurants at risk include Applebee’s, Outback, Cheesecake Factory

6 restaurants at risk include Applebee’s, Outback, Cheesecake Factory

Small businesses and large businesses are struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic. Some very well know dining chains are being hit hard including Cheesecake Factory, Applebee’s and Outback. Capacity restrictions and other have made it difficult for these chains to do business. This article is sourced from USA Today.    As we are all beginning to…

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Flights During COVID-19

Flights During COVID-19

Air travel was shut down for a long time due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, with re-openings continuing around the world, airlines are rolling out new safety measures to make sure that all passengers have a low risk of exposure. This article also answers questions about air travel during this time.

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Disney World to Cut Theme Park Hours in September

Disney World to Cut Theme Park Hours in September

Many businesses are facing the reality of having to cut hours due to COVID-19. Disney World is one of the big businesses having to do the same. Disney released they will cutting hours at their parks in September due to low attendance during the pandemic. Thank you to People for this article. 
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Digestive Symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Digestive Symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID-19 symptoms have been explained most often as fever, cough and shortness of breath, but those may not be the only symptoms. After completing more research it is believed there can be an affect on the digestive system as well. This could include loss of appetite and stomach pain. Thank you WebMD for this article.
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Hayver Shield

Hayver Shield

Hayver has used their years of tracking and monitoring experience to bring a COVID-19 app. This app will allow businesses to reopen and return safely back to work. With Hayver Shield businesses can monitor health, protect high risk individuals, and identify who is infected.   As we are all beginning to make a return back…

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Hair Salon Safety During COVID-19

Hair Salon Safety During COVID-19

The beauty industry is one of the lines of work that has been severely impacted by the coronavirus because close contact is necessary. Read on to see what a Washington DC beauty salon is doing to ensure customers’ and employees’ safety during these troubling circumstances.

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6 New Rules for B2B Marketing in the COVID-19 Era

6 New Rules for B2B Marketing in the COVID-19 Era

Updating your marketing strategies could be your best tactic as a business running in the time of COVID-19. The marketing industry has changed along with the rest of the world. Luckily, you can learn from others to help your business flourish.
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The pandemic reshaped Americans’ daily Starbucks routine, leading to menu tweaks and a new time for the morning coffee run

The pandemic reshaped Americans’ daily Starbucks routine, leading to menu tweaks and a new time for the morning coffee run

Starbucks, like other restaurant chains, are feeling the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic in their everyday business. Starbucks’ CEO says they are seeing changes in the times they’re busy, the amounts people are ordering at once, and the locations that are most popular. But this doesn’t mean people have given up on their Starbucks coffee…

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How the COVID-19 Pandemic Could End

How the COVID-19 Pandemic Could End

The pandemic has made life look different for everyone, and the big question is when will it end? Scientific American is sharing ideas taken from previous outbreaks on how to help combat and end COVID-19.
Thank you Scientific American for this article. 

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Supercomputers Aid COVID-19 Research

Supercomputers Aid COVID-19 Research

Treatments for the pandemic are still in development, but researchers aren’t relying on human intelligence alone. Supercomputers are being utilized to maximize resources for research and to minimize time. This article explores the benefits that supercomputers have to offer when it comes to fighting the pandemic.

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4 Surprising Silver Linings to COVID-19

4 Surprising Silver Linings to COVID-19

The pandemic has brought about a multitude of tragedies and fears. Even the bleakest of experiences, however, can result in some good. The positive effects of coronavirus outlined in this article show that light can exist in the middle of the pandemic’s darkness.

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Funding for Favors: Common Corporate Practices

Funding for Favors: Common Corporate Practices

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has abruptly halted its $100 million study meant to examine whether moderate drinking can be good for your heart. The decision, announced Friday, comes in the wake of a report commissioned by the federal agency that reaffirmed allegations first reported by the New York Times this March. It found…

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The Addiction Recovery Process: How to Support a Family Member or Loved One Who is a Recovering Alcoholic or Addict

The Addiction Recovery Process: How to Support a Family Member or Loved One Who is a Recovering Alcoholic or Addict

Recovering addicts often face numerous hurdles in their effort to remain sober. Fortunately, there are many steps that their family members and loved ones can take to decrease their chances of relapse and to ease their path to recovery. This article provides solutions and tips for those close to recovering addicts. Learn how to navigate…

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Life of Prisoners with an Addiction

Life of Prisoners with an Addiction

Drug addicts need treatment, and not from prison. About 2.3 million Americans are in prison, including a large number of addicts who need more treatment. So does prison help reduce addiction, or does it generate new problems? To find out more, we invite you to read the article. 

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How Can Cannabis Help you to Recover from Alcohol Abuse?

How Can Cannabis Help you to Recover from Alcohol Abuse?

In order to stop drinking, some people have taken the controversial step of substituting cannabis for alcohol. Some even recommend prescribing cannabis to people who are trying to limit their use of alcohol. So does replacing alcohol with cannabis really help to recover from alcoholism? To learn the answer to this question, we invite you…

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Unpleasant Effects of Cannabis

Unpleasant Effects of Cannabis

Despite the laws prohibiting cannabis in the past, marijuana is becoming a mainstream substance in the United States as government officials are starting to consider, or have already, passed legislation for medical and recreational use of the drug. Does the prospect of cannabis become a legal product mean it is safe, or does research tell…

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United States Infrastructure: Health Care Hindrance

United States Infrastructure: Health Care Hindrance

Health care in the United States is deteriorating, and federal officials are scrambling to find a resolution. In this piece, we discuss the prospect of medical staff shortages in the looming future of the United States, along with plausible reasons as to why students are avoiding medical careers.

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Microdosing: Psychedelic Cognitive Alteration

Microdosing: Psychedelic Cognitive Alteration

Psychedelics in the modern-day are associated with hippies and burnout, but was it always this way, and will that stereotype continue? In this article, the author takes an objective perspective towards psychedelics as the trend of microdosing becomes more notorious for individuals exploring it to heighten their cognitive capabilities.

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Worldwide Alcohol Use Responsible for 5% of Deaths

Worldwide Alcohol Use Responsible for 5% of Deaths

A recent report by the World Health Organization estimates that alcohol is responsible for over 5% of all deaths on the planet. Drinking alcohol is also associated with a higher risk for developing other health-related problems. This article also mentions strategies for addressing the issue.

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Suicide: Agony Exceeds the Limit

Suicide: Agony Exceeds the Limit

Suicide is a tragedy, yet one worth discussing to bring forth awareness to the frequently occurring incidences. In this article, we discuss the basis of why anyone would consider suicide, methods to cope with suicidal feelings, and statistical data in concerns to the phenomenon.

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CBD Oil: A New Treatment for Alzheimer’s

CBD Oil: A New Treatment for Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is one of the most common diseases among elderly patients and currently has no cure. There are many different treatment methods used to help patients cope with the symptoms daily. It is a slow progressive disease that can affect function of the brain such as thinking and memory. A new treatment method is starting…

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Harmful Addictions: Providing Substance Rehabilitation for Alcohol and Tobacco Users

Harmful Addictions: Providing Substance Rehabilitation for Alcohol and Tobacco Users

When contemplating the misfortune brought upon by substance addiction, plenty of individuals neglect tobacco and alcohol as grave dilemmas. In this article, we provide an overview of statistical information emphasizing how threatening the commonly authorized products can be to various persons across the world. Luckily, one nation is seeking to overhaul its healthcare system to…

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Depths of Cyberspace: Black Market Enterprises

Depths of Cyberspace: Black Market Enterprises

The internet is a mysterious phenomenon in itself, especially when considering what occurs on the profound sections of the internet. Do regions of the internet, such as the dark web, actually exist or is it merely a myth? Under the circumstance it does, conceivably, prevail as more than just antics, then how do the illegal…

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Depressive Tendencies: Esketamine, Restoration or Ruin?   

Depressive Tendencies: Esketamine, Restoration or Ruin?  

Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc. received permission from the Food and Drug Administration to produce Spravato to treat depression, but how efficient is this new medication? In this article, we discuss the fundamental notion of depression, how it affects a person, and the new treatment option available for individuals with severe types of depression.

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Technological Interventions for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Technological Interventions for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Drug and alcohol rehab can be greatly improved by the implementation of technology. There are more and more options for health care providers to create better and more personalized care options for their clients. These options can also be used to proved less expensive and more accessible modes of care. This article describes five different…

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Abuse of Prescription Medication: Gabapentin

Abuse of Prescription Medication: Gabapentin

Ever since the conception of pharmaceutical drugs, more and more patients receive the necessary treatment to secure their well-being. Having stated that, are the drugs produced by pharmaceutical companies undermining U.S. efforts to combat the opioid epidemic, or is that merely a myth? In this article, the author discusses how gabapentin (Neurontin), a drug utilized…

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11 Negative Side Effects of Using Marijuana

11 Negative Side Effects of Using Marijuana

With many states legalizing marijuana, there is a tendency to underestimate the side effects of marijuana use. In fact, many people generally consider marijuana use to be less risky than the use of alcohol and other drugs. However, this is not necessarily the case....

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Opioid Clinical Diversion: When Legal Drugs Go Bad

Opioid Clinical Diversion: When Legal Drugs Go Bad

Legal Addictive Drugs Abuse of prescription opioid medications has reached massive heights in recent years and led to a healthcare crisis in the US. You might imagine that these drugs come from inappropriately shared prescriptions or are counterfeit drugs smuggled...

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What Does Successful Addiction Treatment Look Like?

What Does Successful Addiction Treatment Look Like?

Not all addiction treatment options are created equal and research supported by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) plays a major role in identifying which treatments are most effective.  NIDA is a division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and supports most of the world’s research on the health aspects of drug abuse…

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What Do Roads and Rehab Have in Common?

What Do Roads and Rehab Have in Common?

While there has been talk about the need to improve our transportation infrastructure, the public health system also needs resources and attention. In 2016, the US saw 63,000 drug overdoses, which accounts for more deaths than all road and gun-related deaths combined.  John F. Kelly, Ph.D. explains, “Just as roads and bridges transport us from…

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Does Our Society Today Cause Addiction and Substance Abuse?

Does Our Society Today Cause Addiction and Substance Abuse?

Substance abuse is not the result of personal short comings or weakness, but a result of complex factors including physical and mental health, social influences, personal history, and support availability.  Psychology Today examined the social aspects of American life that contribute to the historically high rates of substance abuse that we see today.  Could the…

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Know Someone Struggling with Addiction?  Here are 6 Ways to Offer Support

Know Someone Struggling with Addiction?  Here are 6 Ways to Offer Support

Dealing with addiction is difficult for those directly affected as well as their family and friends.  “For the estimated 21 million Americans living with substance use disorders, support from friends could be the first step toward getting treatment.”   This article provides helpful suggestions for anyone who wants to support a loved one fighting addiction. 

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5 Ways Blockchain Technology Makes Healthcare Affordable

5 Ways Blockchain Technology Makes Healthcare Affordable

Today’s healthcare industry faces a rising tide of expenses associated with everything from trauma care to transcription services. Fortunately, blockchain technology is here to help. It’s a valuable tool for improving the quality of patient care, heightening transparency, and streamlining office processes. Used properly, the blockchain will promote cost savings in many ways. This article…

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How Your Brain Responds to Alcohol Abuse
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By Hayver / May 25, 2017

How Your Brain Responds to Alcohol Abuse

Heavy drinking for extended periods of time can affect behavior, psyche, the nervous system, and more. The brain’s response to...

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Power vs. Powerlessness in the Recovery Community
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By Hayver / April 19, 2017

Power vs. Powerlessness in the Recovery Community

Power vs. Powerlessness in the Recovery Community Have you noticed that the recovery community embraces the concept of powerlessness while...

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