Potential “Twindemic”

While the flu (influenza) had appeared to vanish these past two years during the COVID pandemic, its comeback this year looks strong. While both the flu and COVID are known to be quite erratic, signs point to a swell this winter in COVID cases and a robust comeback of the flu, battling the long-feared “twindemic.” […]


COVID-19 Bivalent Vaccine Boosters Over the past couple of years the virus that causes COVID-19 has evolved rapidly. There have been many variants seen across the world. These include both Delta and Omicron. Omicron, which has also evolved to BA.4 and BA.5. BA.5 Is the most common variant that has been circulating around lately. The […]

Compound Caregiving

What is compound caregiving? Compound caregiving is providing care to two or more people at once. Caregivers may also have children at home and work a full-time job while providing compound caregiving. Often, caregiving is usually sudden and unexpected. Maybe you have an elderly or sick parent or other family members with no way of caring for […]

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs & Its Use In Nursing Only a healthy mind can lead to a healthy body, or equally that only a healthy body can generate or nurture a healthy mind. Its most general practice is to convey the hierarchy of needs: with physical and mental health at the core. Maslow’s hierarchy of […]

Long Covid

What is long covid and why are its effects different for different individuals? Recovery from COVID is unique for everyone. With a wide array from no symptoms to mild/severe symptoms that can lead to an easier recovery of quickness and completion to a long recovery with lasting symptoms. April 2022 reports started to come in […]