As an ex-NFL player and Super Bowl Champion, Rodney Bailey shares his story of mental and physical transformation since retiring in 2008. He tells us his story of how he has learned to deal with a variety of symptoms from his career and how he has lost over 100 pounds.
The month of May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Beginning in 1949, Mental Health Awareness Month was started by the Mental Health America (MHA) organization with the hope of raising awareness about mental health and mental illnesses. MHA hopes that with more education on mental health, we can reduce the negative stigma often associated with mental health that prevents some people from seeking help.
April is National Stress Awareness Month, a great time to learn more about stress: why it occurs, how it affects our health, and how we can manage it.
TeleWellnessMD is excited to announce the launch of 4 new prescription therapies now available. Prescription therapies must be prescribed by our providers during your Wellness Consultation. Consultations are required at least once per year to renew prescriptions. If you have an active consultation, simply fill out the Rx request form or contact us to have any of the new therapies added to your Rx list (all requests must be reviewed by our medical team prior to adding).
COVID-19 stands for Coronavirus Disease, which is a respiratory illness caused by SARS-CoV-2. People with COVID-19 have a wide range of experiences from no symptoms to severe illness including death. Like other viruses, COVID spreads from person-to-person through respiratory droplets from exposures such as coughing, sneezing and close talking.
For many years, James Brown has aspired to be the healthiest he could be - mentally and physically. At 54 years young, James finally feels like he's reached that goal. Read below about James' story, his wellness regimen, and Dr. Brent Agin's (TeleWellnessMD® founder and CEO) response.
With the continuously increasing amount of COVID-19 cases, the public is anxiously awaiting news of a cure or treatment. While there is currently no definitive treatment, preliminary evidence suggests that Glutathione could be helpful in treating patients with COVID-19. Source.