Hot dogs and 4th of July are a pairing that rivals Halloween and candy. Grilled, boiled, microwaved, over a fire — they’re cooked so many different ways and enjoyed differently, too. But for the contestants of the Nathan’s Famous Fourth … Read More
It has been six months since the first known cases of COVID-19 surfaced in December 2019 in Wuhan, China and started devastating the world in unimaginable ways. As of June 26, there have been 2.47 million confirmed cases of coronavirus … Read More
As COVID-19 cases rise at an alarming rate in states like Florida, Texas and California, the Coronavirus Task Force took the stage for the first time in two months to deliver a briefing—and a stark warning. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the … Read More
Chocolate cake, snickerdoodle cookies, gummy worms—everyone knows that sugar is downright delicious. But everyone is also equally aware that their favorite sweets aren’t healthy (… like, at all).
“Ignorance isn’t bliss when it comes to sugar,” says Rachel Beller, RDN … Read More
As summer begins, many states are experiencing a surge in coronavirus cases, particularly in the South and West—and the nation as a whole has seen record numbers of new cases reported in a single day. If you’re concerned, that’s understandable. … Read More
The pandemic has caused a lot of experiences and functions to be canceled this year, including one such event that Midwesterners and Southerners alike partake in every summer: State Fairs.
Many people look forward to their state’s fair, whether that … Read More
COVID-19 has shaken us all to the very core. Our lives have been changed beyond recognition. We all live in fear of contracting the virus, both ourselves and our families and friends. As a doctor, I’m sure I’m not alone—scratching … Read More
You aren’t the only one in danger of coronavirus; the potentially deadly disease is killing off businesses, too. As reopenings lead to a record rise in cases, many shops remain shuttered or offer limited service. Here are a few mall … Read More