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Still No End In Sight For Coronavirus

With Covid-19 still lurking around puts us with uneasy feelings about the future. Many people are still out of work and not sure when they will be able to return. The government has started to open some businesses but people are sceptical about the safety in the establishments that cater to the public. There is still too many cases of infected people being reported for us to actually want to engage in any social activities.

Many small businesses applied for assistance to keep their employees on payroll and not having to worry about receiving a paycheck. This was one of the best things the government has done to help out during this herifick time...

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Warning – Coronavirus Affects Your Thinking Abilities

  Today, the Coronavirus is affecting the minds of millions of people, as they listen to all the rumors about the infectious virus. It has everyone in an uproar, with everyone rushing to stores, buying up enough essentials like toilet paper, food, water, etc. to help them in case of a quarantine, whereas, if you think about it, it’s only causing more possibilities of spreading the virus of those already infected.

The Coronavirus has the same symptoms as the ordinary flu, runny nose, sore throat, cough, fever, and difficulty breathing, which are all the same symptoms that infect us everyday and a major reason that older people are at risk...

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Allergies Among Children

Allergies

It can be hard to distinguish what causes allergies among children and determining the best solution for it. Depending on the weather at the time, it may be hard to determine if your child has a common or severe cold or if you’re dealing with allergy problems due to the fact that the symptoms are similar.  If it seems the child is always sick no matter what the season, it’s most likely an allergy problem and should be addressed with the pediatrician.  The doctor will be able to determine if it’s a specific allergy or if it’s something that will decrease as the child gets older and they’re able to prescribe medication for the allergies.

There are many things that cause allergies like pollen and some causes can be eliminated with a few actions from the caregiver...

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Avoiding Germs Can Seem Impossible

Avoid Germs

If you recently had a baby, avoiding germs seem to be impossible. Lots of women sanitize their home in the last week or so of their pregnancy yet have no problem taking the little one among other people within the first week home. Babies start with a very low tolerance to germs and should be secluded as long as possible. Do you think about the germs that are being spread just from someone else holding you’re baby? I’m not a germaphobic but you would have thought differently if you were around after the birth of my child. I used glass bottles for the first 3 months of her life that I gathered from the hospital because I was able to boil the bottles after each use. I used baby milk from a can so I didn’t have to boil the water to mix with milk substances. Cleaning the baby’s ba...

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