As promised in my last health post, I am circling back around on a topic that is super important! The word ‘pandemic’ has been in everyone’s vocabulary for the past year or more, yet for decades we don’t look at the EPIdemic right in front of our faces. The OBESITY epidemic. Of course we […]

  Last week I promised some health tips. I figured I would start with the easiest, yet one of the most neglected. Water. Our bodies lose water composition slowly over the years. When we are born, our bodies are about 75% water. It then decreases…..young kids have about 65% water composition….adult males have about 60% […]

If we have ONE takeaway from this past year, it SHOULD be how to better prepare our immune system. I pride myself in the strive for optimum health and the extreme knowledge in getting there. With that being said, that has not always been the case! After becoming quite ill in 2004, I took control […]

A total of 45,085 new cases were reported yesterday across the nation. A seven-month low before a rise at the end of last year that left thousands of Americans dead. Despite an overwhelming surge of cases in countries like India and Brazil, the U.S. still leads the world with over 579,000 deaths since last March. 

Coronavirus cases are back on the rise in the Charlotte area,  according to new data from Mecklenburg County Public Health Department. The county numbers were declining progrssively for a few months but the rate of coronavirus cases is on the rise in nearly every Mecklenburg County neighborhood, The Charlotte Observer reports. Health officials say the […]

As North Carolina COVID-19 metric continues to trend downward, Governor Roy Cooper announced that he is will ease coronavirus restrictions statewide. During a press conference Tuesday, Gov. Cooper said he will sign an Executive Order that will continue to ease restrictions in several areas starting Friday, March 26 at 5 p.m. but the mask mandate […]