September 7, 2022
You’re feeling sick. Is it the flu? Is it a cold? Is it COVID-19?
By Nomi Health on February 27, 2023
COVID-19 rocked our world when it rolled onto the scene in 2020. Almost 3 years later we’ve learned a lot about the virus and how it affects our health, both short and long term. With the help of our clinical team, we’ve put together a series of videos breaking down everything you need to know about COVID-19 from symptoms to treatments to vaccines and boosters. Check them out and we hope it helps distill down the onslaught of information we’ve been thrown throughout the pandemic.
The American healthcare system is broken. At Nomi Health, we are on a mission to rebuild healthcare and make getting care affordable and accessible to everyone.
Feel a sore throat coming on? Slight fever? Maybe even nausea? Many of the symptoms for flu, colds, and COVID-19 overlap, making it hard to know what might be causing you to feel sick.
As of January, over 100 million Americans have reported being ill with COVID-19. With new strains, it can be hard to avoid. The good news is there are treatments available that can reduce your chances of becoming severely sick.
Wondering if COVID-19 vaccines and boosters are still recommended? The short answer is, yes.
A staggering 19% of people who have had COVID-19 report experiencing long-term effects from a COVID-19 infection. Living with a post-COVID condition can be hard, especially when there are no immediate answers or solutions. Here are some of our recommendations:
This is the worst flu season in years. If you ever needed a reason to start some healthy habits, dodging this flu is it. While completely avoiding illness might be difficult, these tips can help reduce your symptoms.