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Wellness Wednesday: My COVID-19 Testing Experience

Posted by Jeffrey Duvic on  August 19, 2020

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It seems like every time you turn on the news, they are talking about Coronavirus testing. We don’t have enough testing… we have enough testing… the cycle never ends!  Writing a blog post about COVID-19 testing may seem like overkill but to overcome this virus, we must stay on top of testing. Being a college student during a pandemic has created many challenges, and one of those challenges is figuring out a way to bring students from all over the world, back to campus safely. Many schools around the Dayton

Wellness Wednesday: HIIT Workout Routine

Posted by Jeffrey Duvic on  July 22, 2020

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  Now that you’ve decided to try and start losing the “quarantine 19” it’s time to… (don’t say, don’t say it) hit the gym! Everyone’s favorite excuse to use when it comes to working out is, “I don’t have time.” Well lucky for you – I’m going to introduce you to a short and sweet exercise style: HIIT workouts. HIIT stands for “high-intensity interval training.” Many people might not feel comfortable going to the gym, due to COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean you can’t workout from the comfort of your own home! In this blog post,

Wellness Wednesday: Squashing the Quarantine 19

Posted by Jeffrey Duvic on  July 15, 2020

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I know I can’t be the only one who has had “cabin fever” during the last few months. With Coronavirus causing people all over the world to stay home for extended periods, many of us — including myself, turned to the one friend that was always there…the pantry. While there were a lot of great habits that were established during quarantine like getting outside more, learning new recipes, and discovering how to appreciate the little things…there was also the dreaded “quarantine 19”. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this term,
Kimberly Hayes of Public Health Alert is a guest contributor covering the topic of self-care and wellness. Self-care is a term you hear often, but you might not be entirely sure what it means. Put simply, it is about treating yourself well and putting your needs first. However, it’s also about knowing when your cup is running low and making an effort to replenish your resources. We all know what it’s like to run on empty, but
There are three things I was taught you never talk about on LinkedIn – religion, politics, and colorectal screenings. Ok, maybe not the third. If you think about it, how many new business relationships begin with a drink over MiraLAX or comparing pictures from the procedure like it’s your child’s dance recital picture? Still, I feel compelled to share my story with my LinkedIn family because of what could have happened had my employer, McGohan