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Christmas and Covid- How To Celebrate Safely

This week, many families and friends will decide whether or not to gather to celebrate Christmas together. After many months apart, our way of life being turned upside down, most likely agree that the thought of spending yet another special day apart feels unbearable. While experienced in different ways, the stress and isolation resulting from… Continue reading Christmas and Covid- How To Celebrate Safely

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Covid-19 Emergency Vaccine Approval- Here’s What To Know

This past week, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized emergency use of the coronavirus vaccine developed by both Pfizer-BioNTech. Since the beginning of the pandemic, companies have raced to develop, run trials, and pass the rigorous approval process set forth by the FDA in an effort to overcome the pandemic. Covid-19 has already killed… Continue reading Covid-19 Emergency Vaccine Approval- Here’s What To Know

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Science

Because of science, President Richard Nixon signed into law on April 1, 1970, the Public Health Cigarette Smoking Act, banning cigarette ads from airing on television and radio.  On July 1, 2004, the Clean Indoor Air Act went into effect, banning smoking in all enclosed public places except in designated areas. On December 2016, e-cigarettes were added. In late 2019, many… Continue reading Science

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Distinguishing Symptoms of COVID-19 from Colds, the Flu, and Allergies

Last week, we shared common causes, symptoms, and treatments for fall allergies. As most have likely already come to discover from the onslaught of information pouring in regarding COVID-19, many symptoms between colds, allergies, the flu, and COVID-19 are identical. So, how is one to know when to seek testing or treatment, and when to… Continue reading Distinguishing Symptoms of COVID-19 from Colds, the Flu, and Allergies

It was inevitable that the President of the United States would contract Covid-19.
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It Was Inevitable

It was inevitable. It doesn’t matter if you test everyone around you. A negative test doesn’t mean you aren’t infectious or incubating the virus. It takes 14 days after an exposure to know for sure, so a negative test is just a quick snapshot that doesn’t define what may be brewing. It doesn’t matter if… Continue reading It Was Inevitable