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Mental Health Coping Strategies During the COVID Pandemic
For autoimmune patients and everyone else

The pandemic is a high-anxiety event for most of us. Prioritize your mental health to remain positive and productive while practicing social distancing. We’re sharing some mental health coping strategies to help you stay calm and happy despite these turbulent times.

Exercises to Strengthen Deep Neck Muscles For Head and Neck Balance
Updated for COVID-19 lockdowns, part two

People with or without FHP alike can benefit from exercises that strengthen the deep neck flexor muscles. If you have osteoporosis or osteopenia, strengthening the muscles around your spine is key to healthy posture and reduced risk of fracture or deformity. A strong neck also offers some protection from whiplash and other accidental damage to the spine. As we age, neck exercises can improve neck appearance, function, and comfort.

RiseWell: Natural Toothpaste That Works
Small Changes, Big Difference

Here’s a question you might’ve asked yourself before: “what goes into a good toothpaste?” Two things matter the most for us: 1) the microbiome-conscious antibacterial action, and 2) the ability to rebuild enamel. Simple? However, our friend John Estrada might tell you otherwise.

COVID-19 Containment or Mitigation?
Limiting infection through mitigation protocols

In our last post, we showed just how quickly COVID-19 cases and deaths have been rising around the world. We also explained why it’s too late for most countries to use case tracking and quarantine containment tactics. As a result,…

COVID-19 Exponential Growth vs Hospital Capacity
Modeling the pandemic to spur mitigation measures

How models of COVID-19 exponential growth vs hospital capacity have sparked unprecedented mitigation tactics to relieve pressure on hospitals and ICUs worldwide. In the following post, we discuss those mitigation tactics.

How to Disinfect Groceries During COVID-19

Food handlers at grocery stores, meatpacking plants, fast food restaurants, and delivery services have tested positive for COVID-19.  This raises a concern that the virus is being passed on through food handling or other shoppers touching groceries during their shopping…