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Is a Bradykinin Storm Brewing in COVID-19?

By Laurissa | September 4, 2020

Excess of the inflammatory molecule bradykinin may explain the fluid build-up in the lungs of patients with coronavirus infections. Clinical trials of inhibitors are putting this hypothesis to the test. Excerpt from: “n a Sunday afternoon in mid-April this year, Daniel Jacobson, a computational systems biologist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, was…

COVID-19 Event Risk Assessment Planning Tool

COVID-19 Event Risk Assessment Planning Tool

By Laurissa | July 18, 2020

What’s your risk of Covid-19? Are you wondering what your risk is when planning events or outings? This site provides interactive context to assess the risk that one or more individuals infected with COVID-19 are present in an event of various sizes. The model is simple, intentionally so, and provided some context for the rationale…

Crucial “Must-Haves” When Purchasing your Hydroponic Products

By Laurissa | July 9, 2020

Hydroponic Products that are Must Haves Garden enthusiasts that are brand-new to hydroponics typically go overboard purchasing products that they might need in the future however will not need in the starting phases of hydroponic gardening. To begin your hydroponic gardening job you will only need a couple of things to get you off to…

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By Laurissa | July 4, 2020

This is a post to add in feeds and updated news  

Current Covid Statistics

By Laurissa | July 4, 2020

Daily Covid-19 Statistics in the United Stated

The Do’s and Don’ts of Wearing Masks and Gloves

By Laurissa | July 3, 2020

CenturaHealth Learn tips and tricks for safely wearing masks and gloves when you’re out in the public.


By Laurissa | July 3, 2020

Neural Academy Coronaviruses (CoV) are a family of viruses that cause sicknesses like the common cold, as well as more severe diseases, such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. A novel coronavirus (nCoV) is a new strain – one that hasn’t previously been recognized in humans.

What is Coronavirus – Johns Hopkins Medicine

By Laurissa | July 3, 2020

Johns Hopkins Medicine What Is Coronavirus (COVID-19)? The World Health Organization declared the new #Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak a global health emergency in January 2020. Experts at Johns Hopkins Medicine are closely monitoring the spread of the virus and offering useful information on what the disease is and how to help prevent transmission. For more…

How Coronavirus Broke America | Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj

By Laurissa | July 3, 2020

Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. has experienced large shortages ranging from masks and ventilators to basic food items. Hasan examines what happened to these vital supply chains, how Trump’s misuse of the Defense Production Act is contributing to their disruption, and how workers across America are being impacted. Watch Patriot Act…

I’ve heard about issues with Blood Clots. How am I at risk?

By Laurissa | June 29, 2020

Patients with coronavirus have a number of coagulation (blot clots) abnormalities which can result in excessive tendency towards creating clots (thrombosis) and it is clear from the evidence that this may be a big risk factor for death in severely ill patients and needs to be carefully treated and studied further. The mechanisms are not…