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Coronavirus Stress Is Real. Here’s What to Do About It.

In All Health Watch, Coronavirus, Featured Article, Mental Health by INH Research0 Comments

Kate King can’t seem to make herself relax. Coronavirus is always on her mind.

“Anxiety is a natural response to the situation we are in,” she said. “I have low-level anxiety all the time.”[1]

Most of the time, she can manage. But sometimes the stress can feel overwhelming, she said. “You can have waves of it—watching news coverage, thinking about your health and other people,” she said.

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Will Trump Survive Coronavirus?

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After President Trump announced early today that he had tested positive for coronavirus, there were more questions than answers about his condition.

Americans wondered how severe his illness was likely to become.

The fact is, Trump has three factors stacked against him: His age, weight, and sex.

So far, reports say the President is suffering only mild coldlike symptoms. He has not been hospitalized.

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Coronavirus: This Vitamin Deficiency Could Double Infection Risk, Study Finds

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Since the early days of the pandemic, we have been telling you to make sure you’re getting enough vitamin D.

That advice is looking better than ever.

Two new studies show that vitamin D is crucial to staying well while the coronavirus continues to spread.

The first one found that being low in vitamin D nearly doubles your chances of getting infected by the coronavirus

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7 People With Coronavirus Boarded a Plane With 95 Others. Nobody Wore a Mask. Here’s What Happened.

In All Health Watch, Coronavirus, Featured Article, General Health by Garry Messick0 Comments

A packed plane seems like the last place you’d want to be during the pandemic.

Distancing is impossible. It’s difficult to avoid high-touch surfaces like tray tables and seat arms that could harbor the coronavirus. And although the cabin air is filtered, how much virus is floating around is anybody’s guess.

That’s why the events of March 9 seem like a recipe for disaster.

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Ancient Allergy Solution Offers Potential Hope Against Coronavirus

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This fall’s allergy season is like none other.

On top of the usual congestion, itchy eyes, and runny nose that hay fever sufferers face, they also have to worry about the coronavirus.

One ancient health practice may address both issues, according to new research.

Nasal irrigation is a natural solution that not only relieves allergy and sinus symptoms, but a medical journal examining its potential against coronavirus recently concluded that it also may also “offer a ray of hope” during the pandemic.

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Coronavirus: The First Symptom You’ll Feel

In All Health Watch, Coronavirus, Featured Article, Health Warning by Garry Messick0 Comments

One of the most confounding aspects of COVID-19 is that it’s hard to know if you have it.

The symptoms are similar to other respiratory illnesses. So when you get a stuffy nose or a fever you might have a cold or the flu…or you might have COVID. You really can’t tell unless you get tested.

The coronavirus does cause one particular symptom that is clear evidence you have it: loss of smell and taste.

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