24.6.2020 11:00 am
Flu season is upon us, and those little sniffles might be giving you some anxiety.
With so many information being distributed online, it is very easy to confuse the coronavirus with flu or allergy symptoms. The anxiety amongst people, especially parents are heightened and they want to make sure that their families are not experiencing anything serious.
Winter is here, and schools are reopening, so it is important to know what a common cold looks like versus Covid-19.
Stats reveal that vaccination rates have fallen by 30 percent.
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The World Economic Forum shared the views in a video published on their Instagram page and was met with criticism.
Being unable to receive conventional support from family and friends can further add to the feelings of frustration, fear and isolation commonly felt by mothers after the birth of their child
115 children were birthed from mothers who had the coronavirus, with only 3 infants testing positive
Most pharmacies contacted are reporting that they have no stock of the vaccine.
Here are some options since physically going to the doctor right now is not recommended.
“I don’t believe it was because of Covid-19,” said Morgan
The health aspect of going to the grocery store.
More research is required.
Bedwetting may be hereditary and is often outgrown, but if it continues beyond age five, a medical evaluation by a urologist with an interest in this field is important