We were honored to join the One Life Radio team to talk about safety and accident prevention. As a certified personal injury law attorney, Jason believes the best way to manage self-quarantine and also avoid accidents is to be present at all times. We all get distracted, but the key is to be both mentally and physically mindful of your surroundings and what you are doing.
If you do get in an accident, don’t be afraid to call 911 or go to the hospital. They have taken the precautions necessary to avoid the transmission of COVID-19 among hospital patients and workers. And, if you think you may have COVID-19, Franklin says not to wait until you’re really short of breath to go to the hospital. If you do go, take your cell phone and charger in case you have to stay overnight. Also, have a list of friends and relatives so you can notify them of your room number and contact information all at once. This will save valuable time for the hospital staff so they can care for patients.
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It has always been our priority to be helpful in our community by providing guidance to a healthier, happier life. During this time of uncertainty, we want to help by sharing resources we have found to heal, relax, and strengthen our bodies and minds. We hope these key points and sources help to nourish you through this period.
Easy Immunity-Boosting Foods to Make At-Home:
–Smoothies: Combinations for immune-boosting smoothies are endless. The trick is to include well-known immune-boosting foods such as blueberries, oranges, raspberries, honey, turmeric and coconut oil (just to name a few).
–Soup: Packed full of vitamins and minerals from delicious ingredients like turmeric, kale and bok choy in a mushroom broth for a healthy vegetarian soup recipe.
–Salad: Leafy greens, crispy cabbage, green apples and the bursts of pomegranate seeds. Boosting the immune system doesn’t have to come from just-drinks juices, smoothies, and soups!