Denver expands free coronavirus testing to individuals without COVID-19 symptoms

People who don’t have symptoms of the novel coronavirus but believe they were exposed to someone with the respiratory illness will now be able get checked at the Pepsi Center, where Denver has a free, drive-up testing site. The expansion of the guidelines regarding who can get tested comes at city officials also are urging the thousands of people protesting […]

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North Korea insists it is free of coronavirus

North Korea remains totally free of the coronavirus, a senior health official in Pyongyang has insisted, despite mounting scepticism overseas as confirmed global infections near one million. The already isolated, nuclear-armed North quickly shut down its borders after the virus was first detected in neighbouring China in January, and imposed strict containment measures. Pak Myong Su, director of the anti-epidemic […]

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Coronavirus Prompts CVS to Deliver Medications for Free

CVS Pharmacy is attempting to help its customers who are fearful or can’t leave their homes due to the coronavirus outbreak. According to a report from USA Today, CVS will be offering that their customers can receive free medication delivery. The offer, starting “immediately,” is the latest innovation in the company’s steps to help combat the outbreak of COVID-19, which […]

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Here's Where You Can Get a Free Flu Shot Right Now—With or Without Insurance

Hey, quick question: Have you gotten your flu shot yet? If your answer was "yes," good for you; carry on. If your answer was "no," what are you waiting for?  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) say that every. single. person. (age six months and older) should get a flu shot before the end of October. That's because flu season typically […]

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Serum free fatty acid level verifies fasting state in children

(HealthDay)—Serum free fatty acid (FFA) concentrations can distinguish children’s fed and fasting states, according to a study published online May 3 in Pediatrics. Shavonne M. Collins, from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development in Bethesda, Maryland, and colleagues examined 442 inpatient (fasting) and 323 post-glucose load oral glucose tolerance test samples of glucose, insulin, […]

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So treat inflamed sinuses correctly

The pressing pain in the forehead and cheeks of anyone who ever had a cold knows, probably. Cause: a sinus infection. Most of the complaints through the use of simple measures to relieve. A sinus infection no one should underestimate. Who is not cured completely, the risk of a chronic inflammation. Among the paranasal sinuses called frontal, maxillary, Ethmoid and […]

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