Facing today’s reality…with a mask on.

As each day passes, we learn something new about the nefarious bug that produces COVID-19 in people…and one of the things we’re learning right now is that people can carry the infection and show no signs of illness; this is referred to as being asymptomatic. One asymptomatic person has the potential to unwittingly infect dozens through everyday activities, such as social visits, frequenting bars, attending parties, or simply congregating without taking appropriate precautions. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), on a national basis, we’re seeing the result of this in an increasing infection rate especially among younger people. Have a look at the chart below: almost 75%

Your Medical Information – Develop Smart Information Hygiene

The older I get the more thankful I am for trusting relationships, such as the one I have with my health care providers at ClareMedica. Not only have they helped me look after my physical health, but now they’ve taught me some valuable lessons about taking care of my personal information as well, or what they like to call, “information hygiene.” Thanks to COVID-19 these have become strange times where navigating basic daily activities have become a strategic operation. Unfortunately, I’ve learned that cybercriminals don’t see these times as a challenge but rather as an opportunity to take advantage of our heightened sense of fear and concern. Now more than ever, it is important that I take

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