New report: The health of patients at the top spa resorts
New research suggests the health of spa guests is at its peak as the season moves into the final weeks.
The study, published Tuesday by Healthgrades, found that the average spa visitor was 70 years old and about to turn 75.
The average spa resident was 76 and about 55.
The healthiest spa residents were 70-year-olds and 85-year olds.
The report also found that fewer people were getting screened for COVID-19 in the past six months than in the previous six months.
“The health of guests at these resorts is so much better than in 2015, but this study shows the public health community is not taking care of its most vulnerable,” said Dr. J. Richard Smith, an infectious disease specialist at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and lead author of the report.
The survey also found there was a huge spike in people staying in the resort for three weeks or more, from 6% in 2014 to 30% in 2017.
It’s possible that the trend could be a sign of a trend, but the study also showed people staying longer than three weeks were at risk for COID-19, especially among older people.
The report also showed that people staying two to four weeks were most likely to have COVID, with an average of 12% having it.
People staying two or three weeks and above had a higher risk of getting it.
“I think the most important message to take away from this is we need to be more proactive with our public health strategies,” Smith said.
The most recent numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show the rate of people who tested positive for COIDS-19 increased slightly from 2017 to 2018.
The numbers also indicate that a greater number of people have tested positive, with about one in five people who have COIDS testing positive, compared to one in 20 people who did not.
“We know the risk of COIDS is very high and the first thing we need is to make sure our public-health agencies are doing everything they can to make this population safe,” said Mary Cavanagh, a spokesperson for the spa chain, Serenity Spa.
Cavansays she’s confident the increase in the numbers of people staying for more than three days, and those staying more than six weeks, means more people are being tested for the disease.
“They’re doing the same amount of testing as last year.
They’re not showing up, but they’re making the same decisions, and the same precautions,” Cavanag said.”
When people are showing up for these screenings, it makes a difference.
People who don’t come out to those screenings don’t get tested, and they are more likely to catch the disease.”
Cavainsaid the spa community is trying to increase awareness and education on the importance of keeping healthy and keeping your pets and pets inside the spa.
“A good rule of thumb is that you have to have the most people you can with you, and that means staying away from people who aren’t doing well, having a safe environment,” she said.
Smith said the healthiest resort communities were in states like California, Florida and Nevada.
“Those are states where you have a lot of people living there who have a high degree of health and wellness, so they’re very much in the top 10,” he said.