Diet Science is a fun 7 to 8 minute weekly program with insights and straight scoops on today's health and diet issues from Dee McCaffrey, CDC. Dee is an Organic Chemist who lost 100 pounds, nearly half her body weight, and has kept it off for 20 years by staying away from processed foods. She's the author of The Science of Skinny, released by Perseus June 2012, and The Science of Skinny Cookbook, which was released December 2014.
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Social distancing. Quarantining. Isolating. These terms weren’t regular parts of our lexicon last year at this time. And even 9 months in to the COVID-19 Pandemic, many of us still aren’t sure about the differences between these practices. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention clarify that social or physical distancing means staying at least 6 feet from other people who are not from your household. Social distancing is something everyone should do, along with other everyday preventive actions, such as wearing face coverings and handwashing. Quarantine, on the other hand, separates and restricts the movement of people who were exposed to COVID-19 to see if they become sick. People in quarantine should stay home, separate themselves from others, monitor their health, and follow directions from their health department. A person who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 must not only stay home but also isolate by separating themselves from others in their home, staying in a specific