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We are always looking to create and promote the best material for the general population to read, to get a better understanding of the world of healthcare and how to protect themselves during this pandemic. If you are interested in featuring an article or guide that your organization has created on our website, please contact us at

Flu Vaccine How It Works and Why It’s a MUST Thing to Do


As America and the rest of the world recovers from the impacts of the Covid-19 Pandemic, the popularity of vaccines has grown tremendously amongst conservative groups. Nevertheless, there is still various factions that oppose the idea of vaccinations. The website below gives a detailed account of the benefits of the flu vaccine specifically. If you are interested in learning more about the importance and efficacy of vaccines press 'Learn More" below.

Healthy Boundaries for Families During COVID-19 guide


Families have been sequestered together in smaller spaces than they are used to, and are spending more time together than ever before. This has been a significant change from our usual busy, on-the-go lifestyles, and it has certainly taken some getting used to. The guide below gives a comprehensive list of methods that families can implement to maintain proper boundaries during the pandemic. If you are interested in learning more about how to maintain a positive home environment during these hard times, press the "Learn More" button below.

The Case for Vaccines: Why They’re Important as Ever, and How to Approach Tricky Conversations About Them

Vaccines have a long history—as far back as the 11th century. They’ve become a hot-button topic over the last couple of decades, and certainly now on the cusp of the development of a COVID-19 vaccine. How do they work? Are they dangerous? Which ones should I get? This article is here to answer all these questions and more. We’ll go over the history of vaccines, how they work, myths vs. facts, ensuring those around you are vaccinated, vaccines you need for different situations (including the risks of not getting vaccinated), and how to handle any discomfort after receiving your vaccines. 

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