With supersites, pharmacies, and community health centers now providing COVID-19 vaccinations, you may be trying to figure out whether you’re eligible, and if you are, how to navigate the process. For more information, please click here.
Dr. Farnesi’s Tip: For those without internet access or not comfortable with online scheduling, anyone in San Diego County can call 211 on their phone for help with scheduling.
COVID-19 vaccines are effective at protecting you from getting sick. Based on what we know about COVID-19 vaccines, people who have been fully vaccinated can start to do some things that they had stopped doing because of the pandemic. Click here to read more.
The pandemic has been a stressful time for many people. This is why we want you to focus on your mental health through nutrition. Click here to learn about the 18 stress-relieving foods and beverages to add to your diet.
Paul Sax, M.D., a Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and an infectious disease specialist, provides concise and engaging answers to clinicians’ questions about Covid-19 vaccination and to the questions and concerns patients will raise. He talks about how the vaccines work, how long they work, their long-term safety and more. Click here to read more.
The COVID-19 vaccines have been described by many as the light at the end of the tunnel and the best tool we have to stop this pandemic. But along with the vaccine rollout, there have been a number of myths circulating about their safety and effectiveness. To set the record straight, Cedars-Sinai’s Newsroom talked with Priya Soni, M.D., a pediatrician and an infectious disease specialist. Click here to read more.
Practicing self-love can be difficult for many of us, especially in times when we face serious challenges. It’s not about being self-absorbed or narcissistic, it’s about getting in touch with ourselves, our well-being and our happiness. We practice self-love so we can push through our limiting beliefs and live a life that truly shines. Click here to learn about 30 ways to practice self-love.
Exercise is hard work, but it pays off. Adding to the many reasons to get moving is compelling new research that has found that two exercise methods can slow the aging process by preventing cellular aging: high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and endurance training.
High-intensity interval training (HIIT) and endurance training are among the best exercise methods to prevent cellular aging, according to research. What are these exercise methods, and why do they work? Click here to read more.
Americans love their coffee. According to a survey cited by Statista, 29% of US coffee drinkers consume two cups of coffee daily, 13% drink three cups, 14% drink four to five cups, and 9% drink more than six. All that coffee consumption equates to high energy levels—but beware, coffee lovers: Caffeine can impair absorption and facilitate excretion of certain vitamins and minerals. Click here to learn more about the five vitamins that interact with caffeine.
Not only do zinc and melatonin impact one another, but they also play similar roles in immune support and the sleep cycle; therefore, combining the two in supplemental form may lead to additional health benefits. Click here to read more.
Movement really is medicine, and simple daily movement helps maintain and improve health. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS): “Being physically active is one of the most important actions that people of all ages can take to improve their health.” Due to the link between sedentary lifestyles and developing chronic illnesses like type two diabetes, obesity, or metabolic syndrome – sedentary behaviors should be significantly reduced. Click here to read nine evidence-based health benefits of exercise.