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COVID 2021

You won’t believe what the WHO just said about the coronavirus pandemic

January 15th, 2021

Combatting the coronavirus in 2021 will be more challenging in 2020 due to new mutations, according to an official from the World Health Organization. While current vaccines should be effective against new mutations, recently discovered strains are said to be far more infectious than the original. New coronavirus mutations have been found in the UK, …

Coronavirus update

Dr. Fauci just made the WHO look worse than it already did

June 10th, 2020

Dr. Anthony has now weighed in on the World Health Organization’s coronavirus update from Monday, during which one WHO official said that the asymptomatic spread of the virus is “very rare.” That’s incorrect, according to Fauci. This comes as the latest numbers from Johns Hopkins University show that almost 7.3 million cases of the virus …

Coronavirus face mask

Here’s what your DIY face mask needs to protect you from coronavirus

June 10th, 2020

The World Health Organization now recommends that the general public should wear face masks during the coronavirus pandemic, and even describes what the masks should look like. According to the WHO, the “ideal” non-medical face mask has at least 3 layers. The WHO also explains which types of fabric have the greatest filtration efficiency. Confusion …

WHO asymptomatic spread

Did the WHO just suggest that we shouldn’t have coronavirus lockdowns?

June 9th, 2020

The World Health Organization kicked up a firestorm on Monday regarding the coronavirus, and specifically, how it’s transmitted — with the WHO asymptomatic spread comments causing some people to wonder if we’ve overreacted to COVID-19. One WHO official said the asymptomatic spread of the virus is “very rare,” which implied that the coronavirus lockdowns may …

coronavirus immunity

WHO says coronavirus might be able to infect the same person twice

April 27th, 2020

The World Health Organization says there’s no concrete evidence that being infected with COVID-19 makes you immune from it in the future.  Individuals with viral antibodies may be protected for certain lengths of time, but we still don’t know for certain if that’s the case. Programs that would give people ‘immunity passes’ would fail if …

sti infection stats

One million people are diagnosed with an STI every day, according to WHO

June 6th, 2019

Hearing that you’ve contracted a sexually transmitted infection is obviously not great news, but it’s a reality for up to a million people every single day. A new report from the World Health Organization emphasizes the insanely high rate of new STI diagnoses while urging sexually active individuals to put their health and the wellbeing …

Feeling ‘burned out’ is now an official medical diagnosis

May 28th, 2019

Do you ever just feel totally burned out? I don’t mean the run-of-the-mill exhausted feeling we all endure from time to time, I mean really, really burned out? Most of us assume that a feeling of “burn-out” is just one of the many pleasures of modern lives, juggling work, family, friends, and other responsibilities, but …