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COVID-19: Is your practice prepared for the second wave? For many health specialists, a second wave of COVID-19 infections isn’t a matter of if – but when – and how bad it will be. And some epidemiologists believe the second wave may already be underway. Is your practice prepared? Toronto and Quebec just unveiled plans … Continue reading “COVID-19: Is your practice prepared for the second wave?”
On August 17, 2020, the Canada Revenue Agency has temporarily shut down its online services, after it was hit by two cyber attacks in a data breach that compromised the personal information of thousands of Canadians…
It’s completely normal to feel more anxious than ever in the middle of a COVID-19 outbreak—but understanding that fact might not make coping any easier. However, experts say there are plenty of strategies that can at least reduce your fears. Here’s what psychologists and psychiatrists from around the country recommend for alleviating coronavirus-induced anxiety. 1. Practice good self-care. … Continue reading “Working From Home: Coronavirus anxiety tips”
Yesterday, one of the three major credit bureaus in the U.S., Equifax, announced a data breach that could affect 143 million people, which is nearly half of the country’s population. As this news spreads like wildfire, we wanted …
Global Ransomware Attack and Healthcare Organizations Organizations around the world, including Britain’s National Health Service, found their data held hostage by ransomware called WannaCry. According to news reports, 200,000 computers in more than 150 countries have been …
It may feel like there isn’t enough time in the day to get exercise.
As a clinic, your website is the best means for potential clients to find your services.
Perhaps you already heard the news of the $26.2 billion LinkedIn acquisition by Microsoft.
Security breaches are all too common. Large leaks of user information have been reported from MySpace and LinkedIn.
Searching for your unknown aches or fevers on Google isn’t always a painless process.
Finding a balance between communication online and face-to-face is important for a strong and healthy practice.