The Impact of COVID-19 on Mental Health and Diabetes


It is not an unusual fact anymore that mental health has a connection to diabetes. It can spoil your mood and make you distressed about the condition. Considerable research suggests that mental stability and diabetes share a relationship with a sense of stress on the individual dealing with diabetes for an extended period. This factRead More

How can COVID-19 safety measures also protect against colds and flu?


The same precautions you are taking to protect against the COIVD-19 can also help you avoid catching colds and the flu. As the health authorities preparing for the flu and cold season that will coincide with COVOID-19, experts are recommending people to continue practicing physical distancing, good hand hygiene, and mask-wearing. Doing these things willRead More

Is it safe to send children back to school during flu and COVID-19?


So far, 2020 has been no less than any nightmare. COVID-19 has agonized and tormented the people both physically and emotionally. Moreover, Flu season is on its way to aggravate this misery a little more. Since both illnesses have similar symptoms, it can be a catch-22 to distinguish one from the other. These are theRead More

The Loss of Smell in COVID-19 Illuminated by the Repurposed Mouse Model.


Overview A recently published research by the University of Iowa in Nature reveals that a repurposed mouse model can develop symptoms of both severe COVID-19 (lung harm, blood clusters, irregular veins, and eventually death) and also of milder disease, which includes loss of the feeling of smell. The study also pointed out that convalescent plasmaRead More