COVID-19 in 2023: What Now?
As we begin 2023, it’s safe to say the rules for COVID-19 have changed. Required mask-wearing and social distancing are largely a thing of the past. People have returned to crowded shopping malls, sold-out stadiums, and busy workplaces in droves. However, COVID-19 is still present. Despite all the progress we’ve made in fighting COVID-19 through vaccines, boosters, and treatments, the virus is still a threat… Read More
Flu vs. COVID-19: What We Can Expect for the 2022-23 Flu Season
For many years, flu season went as expected. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended annual flu vaccines, particularly for elderly people and others with a higher risk of flu complications. Fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, and muscle aches were typical signs of the flu—and then COVID-19 entered the picture. The start of fall brings the start of another flu season. With the… Read More
COVID-19 Reinfections: Are You Next?
Just when we think COVID-19 is starting to back off, another subvariant rears its ugly head. New Omicron subvariants are causing more people to catch COVID-19 for the second and third time than previous strains—even people who are fully vaccinated and boosted. Here’s everything you need to know about COVID-19 reinfections, including the current COVID-19 reinfection rate, why the risk of reinfection is… Read More
Asthma & Allergies vs. COVID-19: What’s Your Diagnosis?
In this day and age, when you think you’ve come down with something, whether a mild fever or a case of the sniffles, you may not know what to think at first. Is it as minor as allergies or perhaps asthma? Or, what if you’ve contracted COVID-19? The problem is that symptoms of allergies, asthma, and COVID-19 might appear similar for most in the beginning, and can be hard to differentiate between the three. Let us… Read More
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