Coronavirus

  1. Patients’ Perceptions of COVID-19: Too Risky For Seamless Eye Care

    Patients’ Perceptions of COVID-19: Too Risky For Seamless Eye Care

    COVID-19 pandemic has significantly reduced the ability to receive timely eye care for several people. Patients fear getting contacted with the novel coronavirus which has resulted in interrupted care for those individuals who require in-person eye screenings to prevent vision loss from serious eye disorders.

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  2. Catch A Glimpse Of The Priority List For COVID-19 Vaccines In The United States

    Priority List For COVID-19 Vaccines In The United States

    It's the month of March, and yes, after a long wait of one year, the COVID-19 vaccines are finally here. The supply isn’t meeting the demand in several states, but you can be assured that you are soon going to get it. Back in December, two vaccine candidates Pfizer BioNTech and Moderna, gained emergency-use approval, providing them with an official green signal for distribution in the United States.

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  3. Why Blood Type May Matter for COVID Infection?

    Why Blood Type May Matter for COVID Infection?

    One recent study revealed that people with certain blood types might be more susceptible to contract COVID-19 virus than others. Particularly, it was found that the novel coronavirus (SARS CoV-2) is specifically enticed to the blood group A antigen found on respiratory cells.

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  4. The Future of the Coronavirus? An Annoying Childhood Infection

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    Millions of individuals have now been vaccinated against the novel coronavirus; soon, we can hope for the pandemic’s end. Researchers are now analyzing what the post-vaccine world may look like, and they predict that COVID-19 might resemble the common cold in the near future. Sounds comforting, isn’t it? Read on to get further details on this prediction. 

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  5. How To Handle Anxiety In The Time Of Coronavirus Pandemic?

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    It's obvious to be concerned about your health and safety with the COVID-19 outbreak, the first-ever major pandemic in recent history. It's been almost a year we are trying to combat this pandemic. Still, there's a continuous increase in the number of cases in the United States and many other parts of the world. Schools and offices have started opening up because of the economic downturn, but that doesn't imply the condition is under control.

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  6. COVID-19 Vaccine: Know About The Myths & Facts

    COVID-19 Vaccine- Myths vs. Facts

    Almost after a year of the COVID-19 outbreak, vaccines are here to protect us from the coronavirus. The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines were the first to get certified for emergency use by the Food and Drug Administration. Many other vaccines are on their way to get certified for emergency use. Medical science worked quickly to find the best practical and safe possible measures that can be used on humans to treat coronavirus infection.

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  7. How to Travel Safely in COVID-19?

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    The days are growing longer and colder, and most of us have started making plans for visiting our old parents or friends living in different parts of the globe. Travelling has never been risk-free; there’s always a chance of getting sick because of the underlying travel stress, contacting frequently touched surfaces in public places, and changes in environment and climate. But this year, traveling feels even more, riskier because of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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  8. How will COVID-19 Vaccines Be Distributed To The Homeless?

    How will COVID-19 Vaccines Be Distributed To The Homeless

    Most states are planning to offer COVID-19 vaccines in three different phases, starting with people working on the frontline to care for the sick and those who are considered to be highly susceptible to severe illness or death. Across the nation, medical professionals are worried whether their patients would get the vaccine when it's made available to them. Especially homeless people would be reluctant to get the vaccine for several reasons.

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  9. Know About The COVID-19 Vaccines Ingredients

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    All of us have been waiting for a COVID-19 vaccine for a really long time, almost a year. Now that it's finally developed and is in the trial, most of us want to know more about what ingredients are in the vaccine and will it work well for us, isn’t it? Read the post further and get to know everything about the COVID-19 vaccine ingredients.

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  10. Asthma And COVID-19: Is It A Deadly Combination?

    Asthma And COVID-19

    Asthma is counted as the most non-communicable diseases affecting somewhat more than 339 million people in the entire world in the year 2016. The asthma cases have been increasing with the increase in time. Such non-communicable chronic disease of the air is common among children. In 2016, there were 417,918 deaths because of asthma at the global level, and 24.8 million DALYs(disability-adjusted life year) were caused due to asthma, says WHO.

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