Science/Health

  • Over 500 Inmates in Medical Prison Positive for COVID-19, Including NSA Leaker Reality Winner On Tuesday, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases at the said federal prison shot up to 510, it was only two days after they reported to the Bureau of Prisons that 200 women have contracted the diseases. The said facility has now become the second federal prison with the highest number of cases next to the Seagoville federal prison which is also located in Fort Worth, which has 1156 cases.

  • Natural Remedies to Relieve Cough That You Can Find At Home Coughing has multiple causes, it can be from allergies, infections, or even acid reflux, and due to its numerous causes, its treatment also depends on the underlying cause. There are many natural remedies available to relieve cough, and some of them are available in the comfort of your homes.

  • Health Benefits of Push-Ups: How This Classic Exercise Can Help the Body Push-ups are an effective workout focused on multiple muscle groups. The health benefits of push-ups include strengthening a series of muscles and improving one's cardiovascular health.

  • Want to Live Longer? Scientists Closer to Delaying the Aging Process Getting old and dying are natural phases of human life. But scientists from the University of California San Diego (UCSD) are one step ahead in delaying the aging process.

  • Best Healthy Diet Foods That Boost Your Immune System Fight off diseases and viruses by constantly eating these healthy diet foods that help boost your immune system. Keep your body fit and strong by making sure you eat food that are rich in vitamins and minerals.

  • North Korea Joins Race to Vaccine Despite Claiming to be 'Totally Free' of COVID-19 North Korea’s interest with the COVID-19 vaccine development raises a question on why the hermit kingdom, a nation that struggles with their health care system and relies on the world health organization for vaccines and other drugs will invest in a vaccine for COVID-19 which they claim is not affecting its citizens.

  • How to Save a Life: Basic First Aid Skills Everyone Should Posses Basic First Aid is important since having this particular skill sets may actually be the difference between another person’s life or death. Thus, we have compiled some of the essential first aid skills that people should possess.

  • Trump, Optimistic That “Good Things” Are Coming With Second Stimulus Package With the cases of COVID-19 once again worsening in the states, Congress is left with little choice but to draft another form of relief package for Americans. The sudden rise of cases has again prompted businesses that ere just getting back to shut down. This is all happening as the $600 unemployment benefit is set to expire.

  • 8 Ways How a Fitness Tracker Can Make Your Life Easier During this Pandemic A fitness tracker does so much more than showing how well you've kept up with your fitness goals. Here are 9 ways you can benefit from this device during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Bar or Liquid Soap: Which is More Effective to Kill COVID-19 Virus? Proper hand-washing for at least 20 seconds reduces the number of microbes present on our hands. This is applicable whether you are using a bar or liquid soap. Both kinds have surfactants, which are compounds that have dual properties; one interacting with oil, dirt, and microbes present on the skin and the other interacting with water. But which is more effective in fighting off COVID-19?

  • COVID-19 Symptoms: Mouth Rash Observed in 29% of COVID-19 Patients from Spain Based on the findings of the examinations that were published in the JAMA Dermatology journal, six out of the 21 patients or 29% of the patients were found to have mouth rash. In addition, the research letter also noted that the patients who had the said symptoms were around 40 to 69 years old and 66% of them were women.

  • ICU Rooms Running Out of Bed as Florida Becomes US Epicenter for Coronavirus The coronavirus is running rampant in Florida as people are not wearing masks and ignoring social distancing. State officials are now getting tough in mandating face masks in public.

  • Ending the Stigma, Knowing the Science: 5 Myths About HIV Debunked Despite the way HIV has affected the status of public health worldwide, many people still do not know about key aspects of the disease. A lot of misconceptions and myths bout HIV is still plaguing the world, and this has also led to more infections and other societal problems such as discrimination towards people living with HIV.

  • Dr. Fauci Praises New York COVID-19 Response, Says It Should Serve as Role Model New York, which was previously the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in the US has reduced its daily new infections to just 776. This is a huge drop from the number of daily cases during the peak of the outbreak where they recorded 10,000 cases per day.

  • How and When to Use Face Masks in the Bay Area Here is a set of guidelines for wearing masks in California mandated by law. This is a statewide order that must be complied with and mandatory.

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