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Photo credit   Two years of pandemic means two years of isolation or less exposure to the community. During the pandemic, we went out and observe all the recommended health guidelines to keep ourselves from getting the Covid-19 virus. Now, the school is opening up to face-to-face setup and work is gaining momentum of having workers onsite - it is time to prepare on how are immunity will be challenged as we start socializing more...
Photo credit   One of the biggest concern study have found is that there is a decline in the health screenings that past two years. People were afraid to go out and therefore missed their regular ER visits to prevent getting sick from Coronavirus. According to an emergency doctor, Dr. Michael Daignault, At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we saw a drastic decline in the number of patients with non-COVID medical...
Photo credit   If you are one of those regular day time workers whose work routine turns 360 degrees during a pandemic then I bet, more than the challenges, you definitely gained some  skills during the time. Here are some few skills we think people have acquired the past 2 years: Technical Skills  When everyone was sent home and had to work remotely, one thing employees for sure miss is having the IT people...
On Monday, the  U.K. became the first country to approve  a bivalent vaccine booster shot for adults, which would target both the original COVID virus and the Omicron variant. This vaccine, which is likely  going to be available in the U.S. starting in the fall, is expected to provide increased and longer-lasting protection against COVID and the new variants. Sony Salzman, coordinating producer for ABC News’...
Photo credit   As the COVID-19 pandemic is coming to a near end because of the vaccines, and a New Normal is slowly being adopted, there are some things that we need to put in mind in order for us to cope up with the new normal life that we are facing and to always remind us the lessons that we experienced through this pandemic.  Below are some lessons we need to remember for us to be reminded of what happened during...
Photo credit   In 2020, U.S. The Department of Health and Human Services declared a Public Health Emergency due to COVID-19 pandemic that continued to ravage across the country, with cases rising up there was a need to further expedite the healthcare needs in all aspects. With the National Emergency declaration, there were a lot of conditions under the Social Security Act that were yielded temporarily such as punishment for...
Researchers investigated the link between long-term exposure to nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and the need for ICU care and mechanical ventilation for COVID-19. They found that exposure to higher levels of NO2 correlates to a higher need for ICU care and mechanical ventilation. The researchers caution that their study only found a correlation- not a causation- and that further research is needed to understand their findings better....
Little Fletcher Pack woke up Monday morning and asked: “Is today vaccine day?” For the 3-year-old from Lexington, South Carolina, the answer was yes. The nation’s infants, toddlers and preschoolers are finally getting their chance at COVID-19 vaccination as the U.S. rolls out shots for tots this week. Shipments arrived in some locations over the weekend and some spots, including a Walgreens in South Carolina and...
The omicron wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in late 2021 and early 2022 spread like a grass fire in America's densely populated cities but led to higher rates of death in rural counties where vaccinations are lagging. The latest study by the University of Cincinnati, published in the journal  Frontiers in Medicine,  revealed striking disparities in health care between urban and rural America. "This new national study, looking...
The Covid19 pandemic has definitely hit all of us. It changed our lives in an instant. A lot of lives were lost worldwide and it gave a lot of challenges to our public health, food systems and work. It didn't only affect our lives, but it also affected our economy. Lots of people loose their jobs because of the closure of companies due to health protocols. And a lot are now at risk of falling into extreme poverty, and those undernourished...
Fighting COVID-19 demands new knowledge. But the country’s most important health-research agency has become sclerotic and overly cautious.   any parts of the U.S. government, including its leading scientific agencies, are being blamed for the country’s chaotic and disorganized response to COVID-19. The CDC’s  muddled and mistaken messaging  about masks, testing, and the mechanism of viral spread sowed...
As  COVID-19 cases  began to accelerate again this spring, federal data suggests the rate of breakthrough COVID infections in April was worse in boosted Americans compared to unboosted Americans — though rates of deaths and  hospitalizations  remained the lowest among the boosted. The new data do not mean  booster shots  are somehow increasing the risk.  Ongoing studies  continue to provide...