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Lifestyle, Preventive Medicine

Staying Safe While Protesting

With all the current injustice of the world coming to light, we are all encouraged to see the strength of our communities nationwide, to rise up and stand together for the Black Lives Matter movement. As Beverly Tatum, author of Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria, describes inaction against racism as standing on a moving walkway that represents the way of life created systematically, just moving with the rest of the group. But unless you actively move to get off the walkway, you’ll never change where you end up because there is no way to be passively antiracist.

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Dental

The Rise of Teledentistry

With the large switch to telemedicine in recent times, many are familiar with the ability to access medical and/or veterinary providers, but the teledentistry industry has only just begun to solidify itself within the telehealth world. The importance of dental health can often be overlooked as individuals try to wait out dental work. However, with the many nerves and blood vessels in the mouth, a minor infection can turn into a serious health risk if left untreated. Thus, with teledentistry, patients can connect with a dental provider from their homes, making it easier than ever to receive the dental care they need.

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Preventive Medicine

Telemedicine: the Main Point of Contact Now and Moving Forward

As our current pandemic worsens, individuals all over the nation are being told to self-isolate. State governments are issuing curfews or stay-at-home orders to ensure the safety of their citizens as COVID-19 has proven to be a fast spreading virus, and a deadly one at that. COVID-19 attacks the respiratory system, causing damage to the lungs at an unbelievably fast rate. Because of the threat COVID-19 has proven to be, industries all over the globe have had to adopt new regulations to slow the rate of contagion, specifically healthcare.

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Lifestyle

The Effect of Quarantine and Social Distancing on Mental Health

With the quick spread of COVID-19 and the proclamation of pandemic, people are making haste to socially distance themselves or even quarantine themselves. Sitting in isolation or with a few people at home keeps contact with others limited, and chance of exposure low, but what does this mean for the overall health of the mind? With the closure of businesses and schools, individuals are facing further challenges; children are at home awaiting virtual platforms for school until the remainder of the month, and parents are also working from home or even unsure of their job security.

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