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STAY HOME. SAVE LIVES.
Help stop Coronavirus (COVID-19)
1 STAY home
2 KEEP a safe distance
3 WASH hands often
4 COVER your cough
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Dr. Catherine A. Smith. She Wrote on May 14 | 1 min read*


Coronavirus & Pathology findings show how the disease impacts on the human.!

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is escalating quickly across the world. Since COVID-19 is a new pandemic disease, scientists and doctors are racing in search of the nature of the virus and how it influences the human body. Now, a group of scientists, have straightened out on how the coronavirus affects the human respiratory tract. The research and study provide exclusive, essential information and representation of the early phase pathology of COVID-19 infection.

The group of scientists, composed of researchers and clinicians from the University of Chicago Medicine and the Zhongnan Hospital of Wuhan University in China has detailed the pathology of the severe human acute respiratory coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). To know more about the research PS: https://www.ucjournals.com/global-research-journal-on-novel-coronavirus-covid-19/

#Coronavirus #COVID19 #COVID #SARSCoV2 #nCoV19 #COVID19US
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Dr. Catherine A. Smith. She wrote on May 20 | 2 min read*


Over 1 Lac+ health workers infected with Covid-19 globally: International Council of Nurses (ICN)

However, the exact number of infected with Covid-19 cases could be over twice the above figure, it says
At least 1 Lac+ health-care workers globally are assumed to have been infected with deadly Covid-19, and most possibly twice the number that, amid reports of continuing death tolls and shortages of protective equipment and measures, the International Council of Nurses (ICN) said on Wednesday.

The Coronavirus disease has taken the lives of more than 260+ nurses, in a statement from the International Council of Nurses (ICN), urging the authorities and health workers to remain more precise records to help prevent the virus from spreading among staff and patients.

In response to COVID-19 a pandemic, the purpose of this document is to provide an overview of public health and social measures and to propose strategies to limit any possible harm resulting from these interventions. Learn more: https://www.ucjournals.com/global-qualitative-nursing-research-midwifery-womens-health/

#covid19facts #coronavirusairborne #coronavirustreatment #COVID19cases
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Dr. Catherine A. Smith. She wrote on May 21 | 2 min read*


Tips to protect yourself from Coronavirus:


1. Avoid close contact with the infected people
2. Wash your hands with warm water, soap frequently for 20 minutes. You can use alcohol-based hand-rub if water and soap are not available.
3. Do not touch your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
4. When you are sick, stay at home.
5. While sneezing or coughing use handkerchief. If it is not available use your elbow or upper sleeve (do not use your hands)
6. Keep yourself clean and eat healthy food items.

#Corona #Coronavirusprecautions #staysafe #stayhome #socialdistancing
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Dr. Catherine A. Smith. She wrote on May 21 | 1 min read*


How worldwide countries are using emerging technology to fight against coronavirus?

Advanced Technology Against the Novel Coronavirus (COVID19)

The advanced technologies being used against the pandemic Coronavirus are raising excessive surveillance.

The rapid widespread of Covid-19 worldwide has forced countries to use and taking the help of every trick in the book and technology to contain the disease. Some countries, like South Korea and Singapore, have done a better job than, say, the US, Italy, and Spain. Here is a snapshot of some of the advanced tech tools being deployed in different areas of countries and states to help the healthcare workers as well as to the administrations.

  1. Location Tracking
  2. CCTVs
  3. Smart Imaging
  4. Robots & Drones
  5. Mobile Apps for information and updates
  6. Healthcare Technologies (Telemedicine)

#Coronavirus #COVID19 #technology #surveillance #fightagainstcoronavirus
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Dr. Catherine A. Smith. She wrote on May 22 | 1 min read*


Can we test COVID-19 at home?

If you have such symptoms of COVID-19, a dry cough, such as a fever, or shortness of breath, so that you may wonder regarding being tested for the coronavirus. although the medical providers and hospital can test some people, there’s no such kind of test at-home that can diagnose you.

Meanwhile, you may not sure that if you have it, most people with the type of mild symptoms can recover and regain themselves from COVID-19 on their own at home. You should:

Take proper Rest; that can ease your symptoms and may help you recover faster.

  • Please Stay away from others.
  • Avoid public places, schools, or Work.
  • Maintain distance or stay separate from other people in your home.
  • Drink plenty of various types of healthy fluids.
  • Be Hydrated and to get rid of the worst symptoms.
  • Suggestions from your doctor about over-the-counter medicines that may ease your symptoms.
  • If the symptoms get worse, call the doctor or a hospital.

#Coronavirus #CoronavirusTopics #Coronavirustest #COVID-19 #COVID19test #symptomsofCOVID-19 #CoronavirusOutbreak
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Dr. Catherine A. Smith. She wrote on May 24 | 2 min read*


Social distancing advice: what you need to do?|

To stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), you should try to stay away & avoid close contact with anyone you do not live with.

Stay at home as much as possible|

It’s very important to stay at home as much as possible.

There are only a few specific reasons to leave your home, including:

for work, if you cannot work from home

going to shops to get things such as food and medicine, or to collect things you’ve ordered

to exercise or spend time outdoors

for reason like any medical, to donate blood, avoid injury or illness, escape the risk of harm, provide care or help a vulnerable person

When outside your home, it’s important to try to stay 2 meters (3 steps) away from anyone you do not live with.

Information: For more about when you can leave your home, see: https://www.ucjournals.com/

Looking after your health and wellbeing

Stay well while you’re at home; To help yourself:

  • stay in touch with friends and family over the phone or on social media
  • you could try activities like reading, cooking, watching films and online learning; try to keep yourself busy
  • do exercise at home or outside the home or rooftop
  • vitamin D is to keep your bones and muscles healthy; consider taking 10 micrograms of vitamin D each day if you’re indoors most of the day

#Socialdistancing #stayhome #staysafe #covid19 #coronavirus #Coronavirus #COVID-19 #medicalhelp
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Prof. Tarek Ali. He wrote on May 27 | 2 min read*


Is there a Dangerous Link Between Coronavirus and Obesity?

There’s still a lot we don’t know about Covid-19, as the news headlines demonstrate on a daily basis. That’s to be expected with a virus that has so quickly and completely consumed the globe, dramatically outpacing testing and mitigation efforts. The growing evidence linking obesity to Covid-19 deaths.

Where the systemic change is needed?

Clinical studies & reports have supported the notion that obesity is a chronic disease for decades now. And yet society, insurance providers, and the health care system at large continue to treat it as a lifestyle choice.

The failure to protect people with obesity in our Covid-19 response plans mirrors our failure to protect these individuals within our health care system at large. While major medical institutions have teams devoted to tackling diabetes, heart failure, chronic kidney disease, and other life-threatening conditions, the clinical staff that addresses obesity tends to be on the periphery, rarely granted funding, or taken seriously. Insurance providers, including Medicare, continue to deny coverage for obesity treatment, and obesity counseling continues to be one of the lowest-reimbursed codes in medicine.

Covid-19 has clearly revealed that obesity — independent of its associated diseases — kills. It’s time for our society and our health care system to devote the same amount of resources toward medical obesity treatment as it does toward diabetes and heart disease. To continue ignoring the mounting evidence of obesity’s deadly toll — before, during, and after the Covid-19 outbreak — will be to continue ignoring the costliest pandemic in human history.

#COVID-19outbreak #Obesity #covid19 #coronavirus #Coronavirus #COVID-19 #medicalhelp
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Prof. Tarek Ali. He wrote on May 29 | 2 min read*


Is Coronavirus Blood Vessel Disease, Which Explains Everything?

Blood clumps rose as one of the numerous puzzling indications credited to Covid-19, an infection that had at first been an idea to a great extent influence the lungs like pneumonia. Rapidly after came reports of youngsters kicking the bucket due to coronavirus-related strokes. Next, it was COVID toes — agonizing red or purple digits.

What do these side effects share for all intents and purposes? A debilitation in blood course. Include the way that 40% of passings from Covid-19 are identified with cardiovascular complexities, and the illness begins to resemble vascular contamination rather than a simply respiratory one.

Months into the pandemic, there is currently a developing collection of proof to help the hypothesis that the novel coronavirus can taint veins, which could clarify not just the high predominance of blood clumps, strokes, and respiratory failures, yet in addition give a response to the various arrangement of head-to-toe indications that have risen.

“All these COVID-related intricacies were a secret. We see blood coagulating, we see kidney harm, we see aggravation of the heart, we see stroke, we see encephalitis [swelling of the brain]”.

An exceptional respiratory infection-

SARS-CoV-2 is thought to enter the body through ACE2 receptors present on the outside of cells that line the respiratory tract in the nose and throat. Once in the lungs, the infection seems to move from the alveoli, the air sacs in the lung, into the veins, which are likewise rich in ACE2 receptors.

Endothelial harm could clarify the infection’s unusual side effects-

Contamination of the veins would clarify huge numbers of the strange inclinations of the novel coronavirus, similar to the high paces of blood clusters. Endothelial cells help manage clump arrangement by conveying proteins that turn the coagulation framework on or off. The cells additionally help guarantee that blood streams easily and don’t get captured on any harsh edges on the vein dividers.

In the event that Covid-19 is a vascular infection, the best antiviral treatment probably won’t be the antiviral treatment.

An elective hypothesis is that the blood coagulating and side effects in different organs are brought about by aggravation in the body because of an over-receptive safe reaction — the supposed cytokine storm. This incendiary response can happen in other respiratory sicknesses and extreme instances of pneumonia, which is the reason the underlying reports of blood clumps, heart intricacies, and neurological manifestations didn’t sound the alerts. Notwithstanding, the greatness of the issues seen with Covid-19 seems to go past the aggravation experienced in other respiratory contaminations.

#Coronavirus #ACE2 #SARS-CoV-2 #COVID-19 #BloodVesselDisease #symptomsofCOVID-19 #CoronavirusOutbreak
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Dr. Catherine A. Smith. She wrote on May 30 | 3 min read*


Discover How Your Mental Health & Gut Health Are Connected?

Your mental and gut health are inextricably linked through a sophisticated neural network via the gut-brain axis. Learn how to optimize your mental health via supportive lifestyle habits.

Have you ever “made a gut decision?” Or overheard someone say they have a “gut feeling” about something? How about Michael Jackson singing: “You give me butterflies, inside, inside, I?”

These are all making reference to signals from an unexpected source: your “second brain.”

Your second brain or the “enteric nervous system(ENS)” is hidden within your solar plexus which informs the decisions you make and most notably, your mental health. The enteric nervous system(ENS) is composed of some 100–500 billion neurons, exerting influence over the central nervous system(CNS) and can function independently of the brain and the spinal cord.

For many years, doctors thought that gut health was exclusively influenced by brain chemistry. Apparently, it’s a two-way street. Researchers are now coming across revolutionary evidence that shows that ill gut health is linked to mood disorders such as anxiety and depression.

So what can you do with this information?

With 10–15% of the adult population in the United States suffering from symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome(IBS), is there a link to the 18% of the population that is diagnosed with an anxiety disorder?

Some 60% of those diagnosed with IBS meet the criteria for one or more psychiatric disorders.

Is there an inherent link between what you shove down your gullet and your mental health? If so, what can you do about it? And what are the mechanisms by which this occurs?

In this piece, we’re going to go on a journey through various studies to explore the link between mental health and the gut as well as the mechanisms by which they are linked.

#mentalhealth #irritablebowelsyndrome(IBS) #guthealth #centralnervoussystem #COVID19 #symptomsofCOVID-19 #CoronavirusOutbreak
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Dr. Catherine A. Smith. She wrote on June 2 | 2 min read*


Coronavirus Be Weakening: The Covid19 is a pale shadow of its earlier self and nowhere as lethal as it once was.

  • Scientists have found out increasingly more about the idea of the infection itself in the previous five months
  • Earlier confidence that it will blur away in the extraordinary summer months has not met the trial of the real world
  • While WHO specialists are not so much excusing the perceptions made by the Italian specialists, they are cautioning that we basically need more information right now to make a case this way

It’s been over five months since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared that another (novel) coronavirus which was tainting individuals in the Chinese city of Wuhan had been distinguished. COVID-19, the malady brought about by the SARS-CoV-2, first hit China before spreading to the remainder of the world.

It has now contaminated around 64 lakh individuals worldwide and 3.8 lakh individuals have kicked the bucket due to COVID-19. The US keeps on being the most noticeably awful influenced nation.

As the pandemic has transformed into the greatest wellbeing, social and financial emergency the world has looked since World War-2, researchers have found out increasingly more about the idea of the infection itself in the previous five months.

Prior positive thinking that it would blur away in the serious summer months has not met the trial of the real world. Temperatures in India have since quite a while ago hit the 40 degree Celsius mark – however, the day by day contamination check is just expanding and the nation is still no place near its pinnacle.

Correspondingly, in the underlying long stretches of the pandemic, it was believed that the contamination basically hits the patient’s lungs. However, we currently realize that it antagonistically influences various organs of the body, and causes blood clumps.

So far no medication has demonstrated to be exceptionally powerful against the ailment and there is no assurance that we will have an immunization at any point in the near future. Under such conditions, individuals and governments urgent for uplifting news claims made by Italian specialists that the infection is getting more fragile would expectedly pull in a great deal of consideration.

#WorldHealthOrganization #governments #COVID19 #symptomsofCOVID-19 #CoronavirusOutbreak
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Dr. Catherine A. Smith. She wrote on June 6 | 2 min read*


Giving Water to Infant below 6 Months

Giving infants water at birth be it cold or warm or hot water is a capital NO go area.
Breast milk is incredibly rich in water with a low concentration of electrolytes. So why give water??

Giving water to young babies as early as 0-6 months puts them at the risk of diarrhoea and malnutrition. Diarrhoea because the water may not be clean and their immune system is still tender and so cause the baby to have infections. Giving water may also cause the baby to drink less breast milk or to stop breastfeeding early, therefore leading to malnutrition.

And to the mothers also, when you give water instead of breast milk, it will cause you (the mother) to have less breast milk in the future because the baby does not suck often so the hormones responsible for the secretion of breast milk is not properly secreted.

Let’s try our best not to give our babies (0_6 months) water.

Breast milk contains Antibody that helps infants to fight against bacteria and viruses. It helps baby to lower the risk of allergy and asthma. Infants who are breastfed for six months have less infections, respiratory diseases, and diarrhoea.

Breast milk provides the proper nutrition for infants and is a perfect mix of protein, vitamins and fat and many more benefits in a proper proportion. Breastfed infants have higher IQ tests.

#nutrition #postpartum #nutritioneducation #breastmilk #breastfeed #parenting #maternity #motherhood

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Dr. Catherine A. Smith. She wrote on June 10 | 1 min read*


Minimization of Infection in Hospitals and Clinics during COVID-19

In the continuous COVID-19 pandemic brought about by the novel coronavirus, SARS CoV-2, early disengagement of hospitalized inpatients with suspected COVID-19 is essential to decrease the probability of nosocomial spread.

Nonetheless, patients with COVID-19 may give respiratory disorder unclear from those brought about by basic respiratory infections. This represents a test for early confinement and control, particularly during critical progressing network transmission.

While disconnection ward beds are organized for suspected COVID-19 cases, unsuspected instances of COVID-19 without dubious contact or travel history may at first be breastfed outside of devoted confinement wards before identification. Given that patients outside the disconnection ward may not be dependent upon development limitations and offer regular offices, social blending speaks to a likely course for nosocomial spread, particularly as COVID-19 cases may give mellow side effects and remain generally well.

While social removing has been distinguished as vital for regulation in the network, social separating inside medical clinics is similarly indispensable in lessening nosocomial spread, particularly in emergency clinics where most of the patients are breastfed in multi-had relations with partner rooms, instead of in single-inhabitance rooms.

#Coronavirus #Socialdistance #COVID-19 #Infection #Hospitals #Clinics
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Dr. Catherine A. Smith. She wrote on June 12 | 1 min read*


How close are we to a coronavirus vaccine?

University of Oxford clinical trials is doing well and if the research is successful the vaccine will be ready by the end of Summer. Researchers and Scientists came together to prepare a vaccine to beat Coronavirus.

Around £84 million funding is announced to accelerate the coronavirus vaccine preparation at Oxford and Imperial College.

AstraZeneca signed a contract with the government of Europe to supply 400 million doses of the vaccine and the government agreed to pay for up to 100 million doses. 30 million doses will be ready for the citizens of the UK by September. If proven successful, the ZD1222 vaccine will allow everyone to leave and live a normal life.

Sir Patrick Vallance, Government Chief Scientific adviser said that the development of an effective vaccine could never be guaranteed.

Human trials in the UK

The clinical trials team began to produce vaccines in the month of January.

Human trials were done on April 23rd, 2020 and the doses were tested on 510 healthy volunteers of around 18 and 55 of age in Oxford and Southampton and scientists said that they will get the result within six weeks.

Vaccine Science is an uncertain business and we cannot be 100 % sure that there will be an effective and safe vaccine. However, researchers and scientists are putting everything to make sure that they can provide the best possible chance for everyone

If these trials are successful, a vaccine will not help to cure coronavirus but also new diseases now and into the future.

Reference: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/global-health/science-and-disease/covid-19-vaccine-trials-coronavirus-uk-human-news-latest/

#covid19 #coronavirus #ncovid #MERS #SARS #lockdown #stayhome #staysafe #coronavirusupdates #coronavirusvaccine


 

Lift Your Immune System by Simple Superfoods

With the cold and influenza season upon us, it’s critical to discover approaches to remain solid. Fortunately, there are numerous nourishments that support the safe framework that can assist you with being more beneficial.

products of the soil for straightforward superfoods/nourishments that help your invulnerable framework post

In any event, when we eat well and attempt to remain fit, we can here and there fall prey to a cold or fever. As we grow up, our safe framework can some of the time bomb us.

For a little youngster who is as yet developing and creating, the invulnerable framework assumes a particularly significant job.

When working great, the safe framework shields you from contaminations and infections. None of us need to be wiped out, however, such ailments might hamper development and slow down a kid’s turn of events. In any case, legitimate sustenance improves the working of your kid’s resistant framework to help maintain a strategic distance from such issues.

To assist everybody with being more advantageous, here are 11 super nourishments that will support you and your youngster remain sound and despite numerous invasions.

What is a Superfood?

Superfoods are supplement rich nourishments that are viewed as particularly useful for your wellbeing.

Normally, when one discussion about superfoods, individuals have contemplations of things like goji, spirulina, chlorella, elderberries, wheatgrass, pomegranate, acai, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

In this post, you can see some superfoods included in Delicious Superfood Berry Popsicles. They are an extraordinary method to get top-notch sustenance into your body in a scrumptious treat.

#ImmuneSystem #Superfoods #influenza #flu #supplements #diet #food #nutrition 
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Dr. Catherine A. Smith. She wrote on June 24 | 1 min read*

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