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You know the feeling. You're working, and you feel a headache coming on, and before you know it, your head is pounding. All you want to do is go home and crawl in your bed. Ugh, the worst. Headaches are very common, and it is estimated that half of the world's population will have at least one headache within the year.Headaches can feel different for everyone and be triggered by various things, but they are often related to stress, anxiety, depression, or sinus issues. Luckily, there is a wide variety of things you can do in your day to day life to keep those headaches away that do not involve running to the medicine cabinet. Create a workspace that works for
We have been all been there. You are starving, and you end up getting take-out, and before you know it, you are in a food coma.Cooking after a long day is the last thing most people want to do. We get that! Who has the energy to cook all week? Not to mention cleaning all those dishes afterward. Eating well does not need to cost you a fortune. Meal prepping can help you know how much to buy and will help you avoid impulse shopping at the store-you know snacks I am talking
10.26.2022Not all health insurance is created equal, and frankly, that’s something we’re proud of at Friday Health Plans. We love when people choose a plan that delivers on the benefits they value most. Expecting to give your insurance card a workout? Consider a Silver or Gold plan
Spring break is here! While the peak flu season is behind us, you’ll need to be on the lookout for old, familiar travel bugs and viruses. There’s no worse way to spoil your much-deserved getaway than by getting sick on your way to your destination. Read: a cold, sinus infection, or a stomach bug.Here’s the good news: getting sick is usually preventable. You can take precautions to keep those sniffles and coughs at bay. Here are some tips for staying healthy and germ-free while traveling. Bolster your immune system before traveling
Pride is a time of celebration, honoring the past, and loving yourself. With all that excitement, it’s important to remember to stay safe if you're celebrating this year! Here are some tips for doing just that:Know where to go. Familiarize yourself with the area you are visiting before you show up. This way, you can avoid getting lost and know your exits.
As summer heats up, families are donning their bathing suits and flocking to water parks across the country. Splashing in the water and riding down water slides is a great way to stay cool while bonding with the family for the day. It’s also just flat-out a lot of fun.As always, check water park you're visiting's website for COVID updates and check the CDC's website too. As always, keep an eye on your kiddos