Month: August 2022

Texas reports what may be the first U.S. death from monkeypox

Monkeypox is a serious disease, especially coupled with immune systems that have taken down by the Coronavirus. Since the beginning off the Monkeypox outbreak, 15 deaths have been recorded in 8 countries, but the US may have just seen it’s first. “Texas health officials said Tuesday

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A dog in France has monkeypox, worrying scientists that we won’t be able to eradicate the virus if it spreads to more animals

In recent times, the world has been facing our latest battles against viruses. Complicating factors like the virus’s ability to transmit between humans and animals just complicates things further. “In 2003, 47 people across six Midwestern states caught monkeypox from pet prairie dogs that were infected

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COVID Test for Pets

A COVID Test for Pets?

As COVID Becomes Part of Every Day Life, One Company Creates a New Test for Mans Best Friend   NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES   Amongst varied opinions from specialists on whether we should have a COVID Test for Pets, the overall opinion seems to

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COVID Endemic

Is the Term “COVID Endemic” Just Wishful Thinking?

We’re All Tired of Living in the COVID Pandemic, But It May Be Too Soon To Start Declaring the End   NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES   As a former researcher, I felt a need to speak up against the ideology that COVID is over

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Monkeypox at a day care was ‘only a matter of time,’ expert says. Next up: pools, sports, schools

While the first outbreaks of monkeypox were mainly only occurring amongst men who have sex with men, any places where there is close physical contact can put you or your children at risk. Dr. Alexandra Brugler Yonts, an infectious disease specialist at Children’s National Hospital in

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North American Diagnostics Recalls Unauthorized SARS-CoV-2 Test

North American Diagnostics Recalls Oral Rapid SARS-CoV-2 Rapid Antigen Test Kits That Are Not Authorized, Cleared, or Approved by the FDA Predatory companies often take advantage of the desperation of consumers and the market when they believe there is profit to be made. This often comes

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