Posts Tagged ‘hl0g’

Covid-19 Live Updates: New York to Expand Vaccine Access to People With Chronic Conditions – The New York Times

February 6, 2021

LabFinder | Need a Blood Test, X-Ray or MRI? It’s FREE!

January 29, 2021
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Clobetasol propionate – Wikipedia

December 30, 2020

How to get rid of milia: Treatment, prevention, and causes

December 30, 2020

Yes, You Can Get COVID-19 Again: What to Know

November 8, 2020

When You Can be Around Others After You Had or Likely Had COVID-19 | CDC

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You can be around others after:

10 days since symptoms first appeared and
24 hours with no fever without the use of fever-reducing medications and Other symptoms of COVID-19 are improving*

*Loss of taste and smell may persist for weeks or months after recovery and need not delay the end of isolation

If you continue to have no symptoms, you can be with others after 10 days have passed since you had a positive viral test for COVID-19. “}}

When should I be tested? | MIT Medical

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I’ve been exposed to COVID-19; how soon will I be contagious? | MIT Medical

November 8, 2020
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One Hand Colder Than The Other: 6 Possible Causes –

May 22, 2020

Should everyone be taking vitamin D? – BBC Future

April 18, 2020

There are two main types of D. The first is vitamin D3, which is found in animals including fish and is the kind the skin makes when exposed to sunlight. The second is vitamin D2, which comes from plant-based foods including mushrooms. Studies have found that D3 is more effective, and the conclusions of a 2012 meta-analysis argue that D3 is the preferred choice for supplementation.

When his team analysed raw data from 25 clinical trials involving 11,000 patients from 14 countries, they found a small benefit to taking daily or weekly vitamin D supplements to reduce the risk of respiratory infections, asthma attacks and bronchitis. Although the paper soon attracted robust criticism, Martineau points out that the reduction of risk, while slight, is still significant and comparable to the effects of other health measures: to prevent a single respiratory infection, you’d have to give 33 people vitamin D supplements – compared to, for example, giving a flu vaccination to 40 people to prevent a single case of flu.