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Coronavirus Webinar Replay

Coronavirus Webinar Replay
Thanks for your interest in the replay our mini-summit: Coronavirus – Voices of Reason Mini-Summit How to Keep Yourself and Your Family Safe during the COVID-19 Pandemic. During the live event, all of us on the panel were blown away by the overwhelming and positive response we received and we were honored to share our expertise. By watching the replay, here are some of the important topics you’ll learn about: The session was so jam packed with great information, I wanted to be sure to share this event with everyone who could benefit. In order to access the replay all you...
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This Week in COVID-19 Podcasts

This Week in COVID-19 Podcasts
I’m so grateful to all my fellow health professionals who have reached out and had conversations with me. I’m honored to be able to share my expertise and passion with their audiences and each conversation I have requires me to learn more and look at things differently. I hear their questions and reactions to what I’ve said and I look at things differently. I feel my mind start churning and looking from a new perspective. It’s such a gift. Here’s a few of the amazing conversations I’ve had recently. Interview with Ari Whitten of The Energy Blueprint. This one was AWESOME....
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COVID Conversations

COVID Conversations
Over the past several weeks since the novel coronavirus and COVID-19 have taken center stage on the news and in our lives, I’ve had the great opportunity to share my expertise and passion for empowering healing, particularly by sharing scientifically accurate information to help separate fact from fiction, and share actionable steps each of us can take at home to optimize our health so we are the most resilient we can be if we’re exposed to the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19. Here are a few to the high impact conversations I have had that I know will be extremely useful....
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New Study Shows Millennials ARE at Risk!

New Study Shows Millennials ARE at Risk!
New data from the CDC found that a surprising amount of hospitalized COVID-19 patients were between the ages of 20-54, and nearly half of the patients admitted to intensive care units were under age 65. [1] This data undermines the belief that younger, healthier patients are at lower risk of becoming seriously ill from the COVID-19 infection. The biggest impact of this news is that we can’t stress enough is the need to social distancing, no matter your age group or general health. As a quick aside, words are important. Despite the fact we call it social distancing, it’s really physical...
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Physical Distancing and Flattening the Curve

Physical Distancing and Flattening the Curve
With the exponential spread of the novel Coronavirus, we’ve seen widespread Social Distancing measures put in place in order to “Flatten the Curve.” So what is Social Distancing? What does it mean to Flatten the Curve? And, most importantly, do these measures work? Social distancing is a conscious effort to reduce close contact between people with the goal of reducing community transmission of the virus. With the rapid spread of the Coronavirus in countries, such as China, Italy and Iran, Social distancing has been aggressively adopted in the United States by large corporations, such as Apple and Nike who have closed...
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What’s going on this week with the COVID-19?

In the past week so many of the things we thought we know about the novel Coronavirus that causes COVID-19 have changed. Here’s a few of the highlights. The number of cases of COVID-19 in the US has topped 3,000 as the global infection rate tops 153,000. [1] The new number of cases of COVID-19 is now doubling approximately every 2 days. This is likely due to several factors, including more tests are being performed and more cases are being counted and the virus is rapidly spreading. To see this trend, follow the number of cases are reported by the CDC...
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COVID-19 updates: What to know this week

Editor’s note: This story was updated on March 18, 2020. The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues to spread domestically and abroad. Here are the latest numbers and information as of 9 a.m. on Wednesday, March 18: Number of cases in the U.S.: The CDC is reporting 4,226 COVID-19 cases and 75 deaths. The CDC is reporting confirmed and presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 reported to CDC or tested at CDC since Jan. 21, 2020. The New York Times is reporting at least 5,881 cases and 107 deaths in the U.S. States that have one or more COVID-19 cases, according to the...
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Hand Washing 101

The number 1 thing we can do to protect ourselves from Coronavirus (at least the #1 thing we know at this time) is to wash our hands for at least 20 second with soap and water. If this isn’t possible, we should wash our hands with an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol. I’m sure you’ve all heard the above recommendations. This is all over the internet and news. Doesn’t seem like this should be so hard to do, but the most important details about washing your hands correctly may not as obvious as you might think. How...
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Coronavirus – Updates and Answers to the questions I’m getting all the time

Coronavirus – Updates and Answers to the questions I’m getting all the time
The landscape of the global Coronavirus pandemic is changing rapidly. In this video, I get you updated and answer many of the questions I’m getting asked about this novel Coronavirus and COVID-19. Check it out. Is the Coronavirus Really Spreading? This morning the CDC announced the following numbers of Coronavirus cases: From www.cdc.gov   All this as the worldwide cases of the novel Coronavirus approach 114,000 with over 4,000 deaths. If we look at the trajectory of increase of the number of cases of the Coronavirus we what’s starting to look like an exponential curve: From worldometers.info   Why are we...
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Coronavirus FAQs

As awareness of the new Coronavirus spreads, there’s been a lot of fear and panic, mostly due to misinformation. Here’s a list of the most common questions I have received about the Coronavirus. Fight fear with facts. Be Proactive, Not Panicked – Dr. Tom Is the Coronavirus spread from person to person? Yes, the Coronavirus is spread via respiratory droplets, small droplets of mucus or saliva carried through the air when an infected person coughs or sneezes. These droplets can travel approximately six feet. You can become exposure to the droplets by breathing them in, direct contact (getting coughed on), or...
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