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According to reports, in the late stage of COVID-19, about 30-60% of people still have persistent symptoms, of which, about 20-30% of the symptoms are even more obvious than the early symptoms of the disease, and patients still have brain fog, dizziness, fatigue, dyspnea, chest tightness, memory loss, insomnia and other troubles after recovering from COVID-19. What is long COVID? According to the definition of the World Health Organization, Post-COVID Conditions or Long COVID, also...

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During this era of COVID-19, one must know the test we use for testing and diagnosing COVID-19. One of those tests is the Antigen Test. Antigen Test is a quick diagnosis of active infection and only takes 15 to 30 minutes to give the result. You can find antigen tests at handstation.co.uk. The nucleocapsid protein antigen of the SARS-Cov-2, which is the virus that causes COVID-19, can be detected from nasal swabs or other similar...

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By Garick Hismatulin, Co-founder and CEO of Kyla The COVID-19 pandemic is now in its third year and educators are starting to consider what the new normal will look like. To protect students and faculty, school systems have implemented different policies regarding remote learning, wearing protective masks, and inoculation. Every state, every county, and even every school district has applied different protocols to try to control contagion while continuing to educate students. According to UNESCO’s...

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While it’s not over yet, it’s believed that the global pandemic could soon be nearing its end. Although it’s been a challenging ride for many, those living with disabilities have experienced a vulnerable, disruptive time due to increased infection risk. However, there are important ways that we can see disabled individuals through to a safer, healthier and more accessible future. Increasing access to essential supplies With reduced in-home aid, accessing essential supplies is harder for...

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We all know about the Coronavirus that has caused the world to fall down on its knees. It has now been around for more than a year and the world has still not recovered from it. The extent of the virus is such that it has made humanity change the way it saw hygiene and health services. Did you know that more than 33% of the population in Los Angeles got infected? So, Coronavirus is...

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The whole world has been battling an invisible virus for almost two years now. This virus is highly infectious and may even prove fatal for some people. In addition, it has been noted that people who have underlying health problems such as diabetes, cholesterol, heart diseases, or blood pressure are more likely to develop severe symptoms because of the virus. In small towns such as Branford, CT, only 52 beds are available for Covid patients,...

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Covid-19 has changed the way people are working. Everyone hopes that someday, the pandemic will be over and life will get back to normal.  However, it is not going to happen anytime soon because the virus is coming back with variations at a regular interval. Therefore, with WFH here to stay, you need to gear up with a good, reliable internet connection to keep you connected and your work undisturbed. There are many ISP’s in...

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The world was unprepared for the devastation brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. This pushed the government to put new restrictions like quarantine protocols, isolation, transitioning to work-from-home employment, and limited socialization. As a result, there was a decrease in labor force participation. In particular, California was among the greatly affected states, recording a 9.8% unemployment rate in October 2020. Even with the introduction of vaccines and booster shots, social relief assistance, and other health protocols,...

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We are almost hitting 2-years of a global pandemic and new strains continue to emerge. How to stay strong and healthy this winter. To learn more, we conducted an interview with Dr. Seema Bonney, a functional medicine doctor and the founder of the Anti-Aging and Longevity Center of Philadelphia. 1. As the Omicron variant is emerging, what things should people start focusing on regarding their health? We should always be focused on keeping our immune...

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As the global economy has started to reopen gradually, the world needs solutions to provide a safe environment for workers, customers, and travellers. Since most countries are running vaccination drives to achieve herd immunity, there are still some doubts about the safe reopening of human movement. So, global enterprises are introducing Covid Software solutions to instil confidence in the general public to resume economic activities without the fear of COVID-19 infection.  In this post, we...

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