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  1. Winter Vomit Bug Returns - Know More About Norovirus

    signs, outbreaks, treatment, and everything you should know about Norovirus in California is here.

    Overview

    For the last 2 years, most of us have stayed shut in our homes with limited contact with friends and family. Coronavirus changed the way we socialize. Thanks to the improvement in the situations, we are again getting out of our homes. 

    Though the end of the year 2021 saw a sudden rise in the number of cases of another virus, Norovirus. Norovirus in California is not a new virus. In the last two years, it just experienced a decline in cases due to people being indoors. 

    signs, outbreaks, treatment, and everything you should know about Norovirus in California is here.

    Norovirus is a common cause of gastroenteritis. It is also known as Winter Vomit Bug or Stomach Flu.

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  2. The Truth of Endemic Covid Shift: Will Covid End in 2022?

    Endemic Covid

    The pandemic which hit the world in 2019 has finally given birth to the debate of “will covid end in 2022?” Widespread speculations indicate that coronavirus is soon to become an endemic covid 19. Versions of the debate are many. Some agree, while some professionals strongly disagree with it. Public infrastructure proved to be futile when the world faced the virus that marked its presence in Wuhan two years ago.

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  3. Omicron Vs Delta: Which is the Stronger Variant?

    omicron, omicron vs delta

    Omicron is a pressing menace that the world is facing. The legacy of Coronavirus refuses to give a halt to the pandemic. On the 26th of November, 2021 the World Health Organisation announced the classification of a new variant B.1.1. 529. The same day, the variant was named Omicron. Within no time, the variant has marked its dominance in the United States of America. The variant has proved to be highly contagious which has resulted in the hyper spread of the virus in the country. 

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  4. Your Parosmia Guide 101

    Parosmia

    Parosmia is a COVID-related side effect that distorts your sense of smell, and it's becoming more common. A loss of taste and smell was one of the first indicators of COVID-19 sickness. The majority of patients recover, but some report developing an unpleasant new ailment termed parosmia. It's a situation in which normally pleasant odors become unpleasant or even terrible. Coffee or fruit, for example, may smell like garbage, decaying meat or eggs, or ammonia to someone with parosmia.

     

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  5. New Variant of Covid Concern: Omicron

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    Where the world was already not over with the hideous repercussions of covid-19, a newfound variant may raise alarms for unusual mutations. The team of SARS-CoV-2 Virus Evolution (TAG-VE) Technical Advisory Group is a sustained individual group of specialists that systematically regulates and assesses the progression of SARS-CoV-2 and evaluates if peculiar mutations and combinations of variations amend the occurrence of the virus. The TAG-VE was registered on 26 November 2021 to monitor the SARS-CoV-2 variant: B.1.1.529.

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  6. Does Covid Vaccine Affect Women’s Menstrual Cycle?

    Does Covid Vaccine Affect Women’s Menstrual Cycle?

    Ladies, are you experiencing headaches, sore arms, or fever? These are some potential after-effects of the covid-19 vaccine. Of course you will feel a bit lethargic, out of energy and your arm will freeze for a day or two. There are some misconceptions making rounds about covid news among women in the U.S.A.

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  7. Lambda Variant: Everything You Need To Know About It!!

    Lambda Variant

    When America is fighting down the Delta variant, another COVID-19 variant is identified with a rising concern worldwide. Lambda variant, a newly mutated variant of coronavirus, was first reported in Peru, South America.

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  8. Why Is The Delta Variant A Serious Concern Among The Experts?

    Delta variant

    The delta variant is spreading so quickly that countries with few cases tend to impose lockdown. The variant was first identified in India but has surfaced in more than 70 countries and is considered more contagious than the British variant(alpha), reports the World Health Organization(WHO). In the United States, currently, the delta variant comprises roughly 25% of new infections, says Dr. David Hirschwerk. However, in some countries, the rate of delta variant is increasing, and in the coming future, the variant is likely to be the dominant strain in the U.S.

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  9. Haven't Experienced Any COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects - Are You Still Protected?

    COVID-19 vaccine side effects

    Health experts say COVID-19 vaccine side effects are normal and indicate your immune system is working correctly. But what if you just feel fine after getting jabbed? Does it tell the vaccine isn’t doing anything, or their immune system isn’t reacting at all? Well, it means no such thing. Most vaccines cause specific side effects, and the COVID-19 vaccines are no different. The general public is constantly reassured that if they experience a sore arm at the injection site or fever, headache, nausea, or tiredness, these are barely the signs that your immune system is functioning well.

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  10. Is It Just The "COVID Blues" Or Is It "Depression"? When To Seek Help?

    Covid blues, Symptoms of covid blues

    Now that we are more than one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are feeling emotionally distressed due to constant worry, uncertainty, and dramatic changes happening to us and our lifestyle. While it’s normal to have frequent thoughts of COVID-19 as the whole world is currently battling with such a pandemic situation, be prudent if these thoughts become more frequent or start interfering with your life. Read this article further and get to know how to identify and deal with COVID-related mood changes (called COVID Blues) - and when to seek professional assistance for a more serious mental health condition. 

     

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