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Covid-19: Should I Take the Vaccine?

I’ll sum up my opinion on vaccination in three words, and then explain why this one is similar, but different, and equally important.  Those three words:  Smallpox, Polio, and Ebola. Yes- you read that correctly- I am comparing a common type of respiratory coronavirus with the deadliest virus known to mankind, the most debilitating neuromuscular … Read more

The Current State of the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

coronavirus facts updated

There is much misinformation going around about the novel Coronavirus pandemic gripping the world right now. With significant economic downturns already occurring as a result of financial panic and uncertainty, and unclear reporting relating to the true current state of cases, this is a great time to review what we know, don’t know, and can likely expect. 

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Chinese Novel Coronavirus Outbreak 2020: Quick Facts for Practitioners

What You Should Know About the Chinese Coronavirus

Near the end of 2019, a new (novel) coronavirus was identified as the cause of a localized group of pneumonias in the Chinese city of Wuhan.  This new coronavirus has been designated 2019-nCoV, and it seems to be spreading globally with laboratory confirmed cases now being reported in other cities in Asia, as well as Australia, France, Germany, the US, and Canada. 

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