Israeli Study Offers Strongest Proof Yet of Vitamin D’s Power to Fight COVID
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Israeli Study Offers Strongest Proof Yet of Vitamin D’s Power to Fight COVID

After two years of COVID-19, it is starting to feel like the new normal. COVID seems everywhere and possibly inevitable – which is frightening considering how varied the effects are. You might not even notice you have it – or it could kill you. But what if there were a way to help fight COVID,…

Zoom Fatigue

Zoom Fatigue

We have all had to change our lifestyles during the pandemic, primarily how we conduct business. More and more of us are using “Zoom” to have meetings without colleagues from around the world. With the new technology and new way to conduct meetings, we are starting to suffer from “Zoom Fatigue.” There aren’t just business…

Coronavirus in Oakland County, MI: 12 Cases, Hospital Impact, and Faster Testing

Coronavirus in Oakland County, MI: 12 Cases, Hospital Impact, and Faster Testing

Michigan now has 12 coronavirus cases, three of them in Oakland County. Health officials released the places, dates, and times when folks were thought to contract the virus “out of an abundance of caution.” They’re also telling people to look for signs if they’ve been to these places during the timeframes. Oakland County COVID-19 Cases There are…

Two Coronavirus Cases in Michigan, Symptoms After Quarantine, and How to Keep Your Workplace Clean During the Outbreak

Two Coronavirus Cases in Michigan, Symptoms After Quarantine, and How to Keep Your Workplace Clean During the Outbreak

Two Michigan residents have tested positive for the COVID-19 at the state laboratories in Lansing. They are considered presumptive because the cases still need to be confirmed by the CDC. In the meantime, however, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is treating the patients as though they are 100% positive, which is what…

Coronavirus Update: Travel Limits and Reinfection

Coronavirus Update: Travel Limits and Reinfection

According to John Hopkins University, coronavirus cases in the United States have jumped to over 800; 28 are dead from the disease. Over this past weekend, the number of cases soared, and cruise ship passengers became infected. Of those infected, 70 have been repatriated to the United States. The Grand Princess cruise ship saw 21 cases, the…

Kids and COVID-19 Transmission, Your Mental Health, and False Coronavirus Tips

Kids and COVID-19 Transmission, Your Mental Health, and False Coronavirus Tips

A small study in China found that children can shed the coronavirus even after their symptoms are gone. They tested negative for the virus. Out of 745 babies and children who came into close contact with confirmed coronavirus patients, only 10 tested positive for the virus. Through fecal testing and standard testing techniques, researchers discovered…

Coronavirus Update: Death Toll Reaches 14, How to Self-Quarantine, and Best Disinfectants

Coronavirus Update: Death Toll Reaches 14, How to Self-Quarantine, and Best Disinfectants

Before officials got wind of it, the coronavirus may have spread in King County, Washington. Several residents at the Life Care Center nursing home have fallen ill due to the virus. Many of the deaths are linked to the facility. Thirteen people have now died in Washington state, and California also saw its first death…

Coronavirus Update: New Global Death Rate and Repurposing Drugs

Coronavirus Update: New Global Death Rate and Repurposing Drugs

Before anyone starts to panic, it’s important to note the fatality rates for COVID-19 will continue to fluctuate and change over time. So, the fact that the World Health Organization now says the global death rate is higher than the previous estimates is not unexpected. With a death rate currently estimated at 3.4% worldwide, the…