Here’s How Doctors Protect Themselves From the Coronavirus

Taking a lesson from healthcare professionals is always better than listening to our neighbors or reading options on social media. Although they take these things into consideration all the time, now, during a pandemic they practice them more often. “We’re practicing what’s tried and true,” says Robert Glatter, MD, an emergency physician with Lenox Hill

Update – Here’s the Latest Coronavirus Figures Worldwide

As of the morning of the 18th of March 2020 these are the up to date figures on the growing threat of this new strain of the coronavirus, otherwise known as COVID-19. Many health experts believe, though still unconfirmed, that the new strain of coronavirus originated in bats and might have something to do with

Coronavirus: 7 Symptoms People Should Pay Attention To

The new coronavirus has now infected more than 3,700,000 people around the world. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), confirmed illnesses of coronavirus have ranged from very mild to severe, with some even fatal. Most of the cases—about 80 percent—are mild, says Robert Glatter, MD, an emergency physician with Lenox Hill

Top 11 Most Dangerous Viruses in the World

We have been dealing with viruses for a long period of time. As a matter of fact, humans and animals are in a constant battle with viruses and bacteria even before the evolution of what we know today as “the modern world”. Fortunately, for a large number of viral diseases, vaccines and antiviral medication have

8 Important Things Doctors Want You to Know About Face Masks

Wearing face masks won’t protect you against the coronavirus. As a matter of fact, washing your hands often is much better than putting on a face mask. “I tell people you should be washing before you cook or serve food and after you use the bathroom; I wash my hands every time I return home,”

15 Things You Need To Know About Coronavirus

China and its territories have unfortunately had an unpleasant and troubling recent history with outbreaks that have not only concerned health professionals but the world at large. Beginning with the first outbreak of avian influenza A(H5N1) virus, or ‘bird flu’, in humans occurring in Hong Kong in 1997. Infection was confirmed in 18 individuals, 6

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