coronavirus (12)

COVID-19 Has a Big Plastic Problem, Here’s What’s Being Done To Fix It

The coronavirus pandemic has changed our daily lives in so many big ways, it's easy to lose track of its less obvious impacts. While we’re tracking infection rates and figuring out how to best distribute vaccines, COVID has created just the rig...

Kelly · 12 May 2021 · 109 · 1

What’s Actually in the Pfizer and Moderna Coronavirus Vaccines?

As the COVID-19 vaccines roll out around the world, there is plenty of discussion about what is IN these vaccines. These are the ingredient lists for both the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines. Some of these may be really unfamiliar, or familiar...

Alex · 11 February 2021 · 113

The COVID-19 Vaccines Are Here. So What Happens Next?

So it’s official—COVID-19 vaccines are here! As of this time, at least one vaccine candidate has been approved by the UK, the US, Canada, Mexico, and may have even been approved by others by the time you see this. But what does this mean...

Jacob Enderson · 23 December 2020 · 42

What We Need to End the Coronavirus Pandemic

COVID-19. The disease has turned our world upside down, forcing us to take dramatic measures to help stem the spread of the virus. Now, after countless months navigating lockdowns, mask-wearing and social distancing, the question everyone wants...

Alex · 11 November 2020 · 44

Nose Swabs vs. Saliva: Which COVID Test Should You Take?

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but right now we are in the midst of a pandemic, which has upended life as we know it. Since the coronavirus was new, no test existed for it when it first emerged. Developing one that is accurate, reliable,...

Alex · 18 September 2020 · 36

Are We On Track to Have A COVID-19 Vaccine by 2021?

We’ve all been sitting in our homes for months now, and most days we hear something about how the vaccine to stop the spread of COVID-19 is just around the corner. There are actually over 160 vaccines in development, but two in particular are m...

Alex · 03 September 2020 · 132

What Does Race Have to Do With COVID-19?

Over the course of the pandemic so far, one trend that has emerged is that the health impacts of COVID-19 vary widely by race.  Although genetic factors have been considered by some as an underlying cause, it's clear from the overwhelming...

Alex · 10 August 2020 · 71

FIGHT Coronavirus From Home! - Folding@Home

When you think of a super computer, you probably picture a bunch of server racks, covered in blinking lights in a lab somewhere. But did you know that you easily make your home PC part of a super computer, for free and for a good cause. The subject...

Jacob Enderson · 17 April 2020 · 71 · 1

Why is PCR testing required for traveling?

PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) testing is required for traveling primarily to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and ensure the safety of travelers and destination populations. This diagnostic method is highly sensitive and specific for detecting the p...

Michan Ashly · 2 weeks ago · 1

Save Big with FOLDIMATE Coupon Discounts in 2024

In a world where time is of the essence, household chores can often feel like a daunting and time-consuming task. Enter FOLDIMATE, the revolutionary laundry folding machine designed to streamline your laundry routine and free up valuable time for more important pursuits. But what's even better than the convenience of a FOL...

jimy rou · 03 June · 2

High Ideas For Self-Care With Bronchial Asthma At Dwelling – Well Being Ideas

What Is Bronchial Asthma? In danger are adults with bronchial asthma and different diseases that have an effect on the respiratory tract (respiration tubes), which connect to your lungs. Bronchial asthma victims might really feel delicate anger. It may possibly affect your high quality of residential and will result in deadly and harmful penalti...

Aditi Arora · 10 February 2023 · 3

Symptoms, Treatment, And Prevention Of Asthma

Asthma can be caused by mucus and inflammation in the airways' lining. When you experience an attack, this usually results in a whistling or wheezing noise when breathing, but may cause additional symptoms. How Do You Define Asthma? Asthma is a...

Aditi Arora · 09 February 2023 · 17