Dr. Elaine Chin is sharing her initiative in partnership with the University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine to battle COVID-19. Learn more about our Masking Together Challenge to support our frontline healthcare workers and fellow Canadians.
As we brace for ‘the next two weeks’ when we hit the apex of the pandemic in many parts of North America, our emotions will go up and down. More than ever, our mental health is of great importance too. Unfortunately, it has not been easy to get to sleep with all that has been going on. Dr. Elaine Chin shares her three actions for your mental health.
In this read, Dr. Elaine Chin talks about Spring Allergies and Updates on Treatments for Covid-19.
Bulletin #6 Covid-19: Securing in Place. We are finally ‘here’ on March 17th and the world has changed dramatically since I started these Bulletins on January 27th when the first case of Covid-19 was diagnosed in Toronto.
Bulleting #5 Covid-19: It’s Last Call for Travel. Each of you will need to make risk/benefit decisions that are correct for your family. Certainly, the guidance from all public health departments here in Canada and in the U.S. is to cease all “unnecessary travel.” As Dr. Fauci from NHI said, “I certainly won’t be travelling for leisure reasons.” I concur.
As Covid-19 begins this week to impact the stock market, universities and quite simply day to day travel which we take for granted, Dr. Elaine Chin will try to continue to address questions that many of you are asking. Certainly, some answers are clear, but we are now moving into grey zones. Our team will continue to do our best to stay current and remain aggressively innovative to help all of us ‘stay ahead of the curve’.
Covid-19 Bulletin #3: Travel and Personal Protection Devices. Dr. Chin answers frequently asked questions: What should I do about travel? What should I do about masks? What else should be done?
Covid-19: Truth or Myths. Dr. Chin answers your questions.
Some epidemiology models are showing that 65% of the population will become infected with Covid-19. Elaine Chin MD shares her updated recommendations for staying healthy in this pandemic environment.
“Previously we assumed that the genome, our entire DNA library,
didn’t change throughout a person’s life. That’s been proven wrong — it can be modified by the environment,” says Elaine
Chin, M.D., founder and chief medical
officer at Executive Health Centre and author of Lifelines: Unlock the Secrets of Your Telomeres for a Longer, Healthier Life.
Medical doctor Dr. Elaine Chin shares techniques to live a longer, happier life. Learn all about it on The Richard Robbins Show Podcast.