Have you ever given blood? It’s been 30 years since I first gave blood - on my college campus. At the time, it sounded like a great idea – mainly because I heard I’d get a faster beer-drinking buzz with one less pint of blood in my system!
Thankfully, that didn’t remain my reason for long. I quickly realized there were many other incentives. And, during the COVID-19 pandemic, many blood drives have been cancelled over the past several months making shortage an issue. This means we have great reasons to give blood and a sense of urgency, too.
This is a guest post from Dr. Anita Bennett with eDoc America.
If you are like most people, you have probably been wondering if there is a way to boost your immune function to protect you against infection. Unfortunately, there is also plenty of misinformation that can make it challenging to know what to do. Let's talk about what you can do to strengthen your immune function.
As news updates about Coronavirus continue, freshbenies is here to help you and your family with 3 practical tips to stay healthy…
How concerned should you be? Should you wear a face mask? How can you protect yourself and your family? Click here for a quick article by Dr. Anita Bennett, MD who answers 11 practical questions you’re probably asking right now!
This is a guest post form Dr. Anita Bennett MD with eDoc America. Her original article from early February has been updated here as of 3/6/20.
For more information about Covid-19, follow this link below to the CDC website. It is being updated regularly with all of the latest information.
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Ready for 2020? A lot has changed over the last decade, but the need for more control of healthcare is still strong – and freshbenies has your back!
Check out some of our top tips this year for controlling your healthcare dime, time and peace of mind. Here we go….
This is a guest post form Dr. Anita Bennett MD with eDoc America
Last week we talked about the different causes of food poisoning, and the symptoms they cause. This week I wanted to talk about how to keep yourself safe and prevent food poisoning. You have probably heard the basic rule which says to keep hot foods hot and cold foods cold. I want you to know more than just the basic rule, so that you can stay well throughout the picnic season and beyond.
I went to the eye doctor for my regular eye exam. I needed to get contacts and they were going to cost $80 so I pulled up my Vision Savings through freshbenies and found I could get them for $22!