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Coronavirus Reinfection

More reports confirm that coronavirus reinfection is possible

August 25th, 2020

Officials have confirmed coronavirus reinfections in two other countries after Hong Kong doctors detailed the case of a man who contracted COVID-19 twice in less than five months. Officials from Belgium and the Netherlands said they found patients with genuine secondary infections that were confirmed via genetic testing. Researchers have yet to figure out what …

poison ivy

Poison ivy is more dangerous than ever, because 2020

August 25th, 2020

Poison ivy is growing faster and is more potent than ever thanks to heightened CO2 concentrations in the air. The plants are growing, on average, nearly 150% faster than in decades prior, according to researchers. Skin contact with poison ivy leads to painful rashes and even blisters. Didn’t think 2020 could get any worse? Think …

Coronavirus Vaccine

Dr. Fauci just issued a crucial warning about coronavirus vaccines

August 25th, 2020

Giving a coronavirus vaccine candidate an emergency use authorization before the final data is available would jeopardize the entire effort, said Dr. Anthony Fauci in a new interview. Fauci is just one of many health officials worried that the Trump administration might pressure the FDA into approving a vaccine for emergency use before the November …

Coronavirus Travel Restrictions

The CDC just made a shocking change to its coronavirus guidelines for travel

August 25th, 2020

Coronavirus travel restrictions may still be in place for certain destinations, but the CDC no longer recommends a 14-day self-quarantine period after domestic or international travel, even when traveling to and from regions with high COVID-19 transmission rates. The CDC’s updated guidelines provide information on how to protect yourself during travel, what measures to take …

peach recall

The big salmonella peach recall just got a whole lot more serious

August 25th, 2020

A peach recall that initially affected only Aldi stores now includes several other national chains including Walmart and Target. The peaches were distributed by Wawona, and have infected at least 68 people with salmonella thus far. If you have any of the tainted produce in your home, throw it out immediately. Remember that peach recall …