You will be surprised to know that 90% of the people you meet, interact with, and even share a burger with daily are carriers of one or both strains of the Herpes Simplex virus. The Herpes virus is a pathogen with a global reach capable of causing genital and oral infections, blindness, encephalitis, and neonatal infections.
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Who else is more qualified to deliver optimum healthcare service than a healthcare practitioner herself? With the sudden outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, the world has further understood the importance of healthcare workers in society. These individuals put their lives on the line working day and night to help bring an end to this nightmare pandemic. And Terri Warren, a registered... more >>
They say that the greatest of wealth is health, and like money, we never have a true idea of its value until we lose it. While the world battles with several diseases and pandemics that threaten our survival, one particular class of infection seem to be growing, spreading silently behind the scenes infecting millions of people worldwide. You guessed right; these culprits are Sexually ... more >>
In a world full of diseases and illnesses with codenames scientists coin out of the blue, it helps to know that we have a lifeline—certain people who have dedicated all of their life’s work and research to find solutions for humanity. Edward Hook, MD, is such a man selflessly devoting his time, energy, and resources to keep Sexually Transmitted Diseases at bay.
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There’s no one more qualified to provide you with the best possible health care than your trusty primary care doctor. Yeah, those selfless individuals who spend their entire lives learning and practicing how best to help you and your loved ones live healthily. Not all heroes wear capes, they say, and this is undeniably true for world-renowned STD specialist Dr. Slava Fuzayloff.
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Since Coronavirus is spreading rapidly, researchers are trying to find out, "Is coronavirus airborne?" So far, research suggests that COVID-19 is transported through when someone sneezes or coughs in the air or on objects. Now, the World Health Organization is saying, coronavirus can go airborne. Now you may be thinking, what virus going airborne means? It means something is spreading... more >>
COVID-19 broke out at the end of December 2019. Since then, many countries have declared a state of emergency as the virus has spread across the globe. Based on data from China, the virus is most deadly for people who have immunodeficiencies, high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic illness or are above the age of 70.
All over the world, governments are taking measures to slow t... more >>
Coronaviruses include a large number of viruses, which can cause respiratory infections among both humans and animals. These viruses are spread from animals to humans and can be lethal. At the end of the year 2019, news related to the outbreak of coronavirus in Wuhan, China spread, which led to a lockdown in the entire city. However, recently the World Health Organization (WHO) has pas... more >>
As numbers of affected people with the coronavirus or Covid-19 rise every day around the world, people living with HIV deal not only with their existing health issues but increasing levels of fear. Since your existing diagnosis means that you have a compromised immune system, you are at higher risk of contracting this new virus than others.
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The new Coronavirus (COVID-19) is spreading fast across the world. The number of casualties has been reported, and these numbers are adding up every day. In between all of this chaos, what can we do to protect ourselves from getting infected?
Basic hygiene and sanitation is the best way to go. Coronavirus is large families of viruses that may cause a range of illnesses to humans ... more >>