The Menace Of ‘Long- Covid’

According to data, 50%- 80% of patients continue to experience symptoms three months after the onset of COVID 19 – even when after tests no longer detect virus in their body. Remember, death is not the only outcome of COVID-19. Many people who survived infection are plagued with debilitating symptoms and side effects that can… Read More »

Guidance For Fully Vaccinated Individuals

Masks and social distancing are no longer required outdoors and most indoor settings. With the accumulated data demonstrating COVID-19 vaccines are extremely effective at preventing infection with SARS-CoV-2 and symptomatic illness, this new guidance is a step toward normal. This doesn’t apply to the public transit and transit hubs, healthcare settings or other crowded indoor… Read More »

Here Are The Types Of Immunity You Should Know Of

Immunity is the state or quality of being immune. Immunity is referred to as the resistance exhibited by the host towards an injury caused by a microorganism and its products. Types of immunity. Innate (inborn) immunity: which are genetic factors; Acquired immunity: which is sub-divided into; i) Active (own antibodies). We have natural active immunity… Read More »

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Guidance for COVID-19 Vaccination

The CDC released guidelines for who should and shouldn’t receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Most people, even some with serious allergies, will be able to get the vaccine. If you have concerns, you should talk to your provider about whether the vaccine is right for you. If you received passive antibody therapy treatment for COVID-19, then… Read More »

An Update On COVID-19 Vaccination In Pregnancy

The issue of COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy has, understandably, received a lot of attention. Much of the dialogue has centered on a lack of data since pregnancy people and young children were excluded from the original clinical trials which is typical of considered vulnerable. As of 2/4/2021, over 10,000 pregnant people have received Covid-19 vaccines… Read More »

Here Are The Factors Predisposing Cervical Cancer

Cervical Cancer occurs in the cervix of the female reproductive system; whereby there has been abnormal growth of cells that have the ability to invade into other healthy cervical tissues. Cervical cancer doesn’t normally manifest itself in early stages so women any different. It’s advanced stages are accompanied by: Abnormal vaginal bleeding (for example between… Read More »

Here Are The Symptoms, Treatments And Preventions Of Herpes

Herpes is disease that damages the skin and mucous membrane. It is caused by HSV (herpes simplex virus). This virus affects the external genitalia, anal region, mucosal surfaces, and skin in other parts of the body. Herpes is a long-term condition. However, many people never have symptoms even though they are carrying the virus. There… Read More »

Healthy Sleep Lowers The Risk Of Heart Failure

Sleep is important. We know this because science says so, and we all know the consequences of a poor night’s sleep. Get too little rest one night, and you may feel tired and irritable, finding it difficult to concentrate and stay awake the next day. Get too little rest for an extended time, however, and… Read More »

Symptoms And Causes Of Hypoglycemia

Hypoglycemia is a clinical syndrome with diverse causes in which low plasma glucose concentrations lead to symptoms and signs, and there is a resolution of the symptoms/signs when the plasma glucose concentration is raised. In patients with diabetes, hypoglycemia is defined as:All episodes of an abnormally low plasma glucose concentration (with or without symptoms) that… Read More »