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  1. A Possible Change in Medical Public Health Infrastructure?

    Medical public health

    The Dynamics of the medical industry have changed enormously concerning the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. The top nations barely surviving healthcare and medical supply store issues. Consequently, there is a dire need for healthcare facilities around the globe. But why is healthcare so expensive? In the twenty-first century, medical public health infrastructure must be reimagined. So, what is public health? A new multidisciplinary discipline of public health technology should be formed and implemented to update the world's health system. The coronavirus pandemic has ushered in a once-in-a-generation chance to rethink America's public health infrastructure. 

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  2. How Beneficial Is The Universal Health Care Plan?

    Universal Health Care

    Do you know what universal health care is? How is it different from the affordable care act? Please scroll through the article and get to know everything about universal health care along with its definition, advantages, and disadvantages. Universal health care (UHC) is a general term that includes any action or strategy that a government takes to offer health care to as many people as possible. Some governments set minimum standards and regulations to do this, while others enforce programs covering the entire population. In any case, the ultimate objective is to provide health coverage for every citizen. 

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  3. CDC Mask Updates: Fully Vaccinated People No Longer Need To Quarantine Or Wear Mask Everytime!!

    Fully Vaccinated

    COVID-19 vaccines are effective at protecting people from getting sick. People who have been fully vaccinated can now start doing things that they had stopped because of the pandemic. Based on the available information, CDC has now provided the ‘Guidance for Fully Vaccinated People’. Still, as we all are still learning to deal with the virus and its cure, meanwhile the CDC says to take precautions even if you are fully vaccinated.

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  4. Analysis Of Health Condition Of Women In The Middle East Countries

    Women’s health in the middle east

    Health isn’t a luxury but a necessity. People living anywhere across the globe should have access to adequate healthcare facilities irrespective of their gender. Unfortunately, there are several countries where women equal rights in many aspects, including health. Gender roles and power relations greatly influence women’s rate of exposure to specific risk factors and susceptibility to serious health conditions.

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  5. Is There Healthcare Inequality In The United States?

    Healthcare inequality

    How can you identify if there’s health inequality in your country? Health inequality is when one group of individuals is in much worse health condition compared with another group. In the United States, health inequality stems from income inequality. Studies suggest that the higher your income, the better is your health. Why is there health inequality in the United States? Well, it is the only developed country that has a dependency on private health insurance. Therefore, those with company-sponsored plans have improved access to healthcare than others.

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  6. How Artificial Intelligence Will Completely Transform The Healthcare Industry?

    artificial intelligence in healthcare

    Most of us are aware about the milestones covered by artificial intelligence. The level of growth and advancement in various fields has been quite prompt, and often unpredictable. So, what is artificial intelligence? How will it completely transform the healthcare industry in the forthcoming years? What are the pros and cons of incorporating it into healthcare. Find answers to all these questions right here!


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  7. 10 Ruthless Pandemics The World Has Ever Witnessed

    deadliest pandemics in the past

    Scientists and medical investigators have for years have varied over the correct definition of a pandemic (is it a pandemic or an epidemic). Still, everyone concurs that the word defines the large-scale occurrence of disease in a profusion of what could usually be expected in a geographical location. Cholera, Influenza, smallpox, and bubonic plague are some of the most ruthless killers in human history. And outbreaks of these illnesses over international borders are appropriately described as a pandemic, mainly smallpox, which has killed nearly 300-500 million people in its 12,000-year existence throughout history.

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  8. Coronavirus Updates: Now AI Can Recognize COVID-19 By The Sound Of Your Cough

    coronavirus updates

    Health experts believe that artificial intelligence can help distinguish asymptomatic COVID-19 patients from healthy individuals, making a non-invasive tool for healthcare providers.In recent months, scientists have found that a vast majority of people with COVID-19 are asymptomatic. Some of the most common symptoms of the disease include high fever, cold, breathing difficulty, dry cough, and headache. These symptoms suggest an acute respiratory disease or radiologically detectable lung abnormalities.

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  9. Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine Shot- Trial Reviews And Updates

    Pfizer covid-19 vaccine

    Amid the worrisome figures of coronavirus outbreak, here is an informationa that might relieve you a bit. Pfizer developed covid 19 vaccine is under trial and so far has proven to be highly effective. Read all about it, here.

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  10. Covid-19 Is The Beginning, Next Challenge Is Water Borne Diseases

    future pandemics

    The United States of America has the safest drinking water system in the entire world. Still, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 4.32 million cases of Acute Gastrointestinal Illness(AGI) occur every year because of the public drinking water systems. But because of the safest drinking water arrangement in the United States, the estimation, as mentioned earlier alone, cannot contribute to the waterborne diseases statistic. As per the data, the frequency of the disease's occurrence from all water exposures is likely higher, but the overall prevalence of illness caused due to water borne diseases is unknown.

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