By now, you have probably heard much about the SARS-coronavirus-2, or COVID-19, for short and most likely feel that you are aware of all that there is already to know about this infection. However, today we will be discussing the signs and symptoms of the virus in order to spot the differences, become aware and keep yourself and others safe.
Picture your usual Father’s day, what comes to mind? Perhaps a fun cookout, baseball game or even theme park visits may be some things that you typically expect to do on this day . Yet this year, things took a turn and the likelihood of all of those events have been canceled. Though some states have opened back up and even lifted their quarantine orders, the local businesses are still struggling as not many are back up to be running as usual. So, it is still really difficult to follow normal traditions that you usually have on this day.
When it comes to dementia, the common symptoms include anger, confusion and even depression. As a result of the dementia, sometimes these symptoms turn the patient into someone that is not like their usual self, making this disease one that is very challenging to cope with. However, by learning the proper tips and mechanisms, one can manage them better.
Common Symptoms and Behavioral traits:
One certain thing that came from this COVID-19 pandemic is that many businesses, as well as their customers, are more hesitant in making their decisions as well as interacting with others that are not healthcare related. Those most vulnerable to the virus may be tentative in reaching out to home care services. However, when it comes to home care, the providers have actually been able to significantly help while working the frontlines to those who need it most.
Mother’s day is the time in which we celebrate our moms and honor them in the best way possible, by being close to them. However, celebrating Mother’s Day is becoming more challenging due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Arthritis is one of the most widespread health conditions in the United States. It affects about one in four adults overall. That’s over 54 million men and women. To recognize this toll on Americans’ health, CDC, the Arthritis Foundation and other partners observe Arthritis Awareness Month in May.
Wearing masks or face coverings has become the new normal a while ago. Last week it has grown to a governmental requirement for a growing number of states, in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19.
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With everything happening around the world, sometimes it feels like we are just drowning in negativity as the news constantly presses the worst reality that is happening globally.
Researches have found that coronavirus can survive on surfaces for hours and even days. COVID-19 can stay active on fabric and paper for up to 24 hours. On hard surfaces, like plastic and glass, coronavirus can remain infectious for 72 hours and longer.