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Grace Community Church holds ceremony after COVID-19 cases rise

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — A large Sun Valley church held an indoor service on Sunday morning when the state was in legal proceedings with the county over a health order prohibiting such services due to the coronavirus pandemic. Three cases of COVID-19 were confirmed at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley last week. The judge issued an order requiring the …

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Coronavirus: Can mouthwash kill COVID-19?

Can your mouthwash help kill COVID-19? Experts recently stated that certain common mouthwashes may reduce the viral load of COVID-19 in your mouth. How is this going? The latest research by Journal of Medical Virology shows that some oral antiseptics (such as baby shampoo or mouthwash) “may have the ability to inactivate human coronaviruses” when people talk, sneeze or cough. …

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South Korea finds no evidence that influenza vaccine played a role in reported deaths-Korea Herald

South Korea found no evidence of the role of influenza vaccine in death reports “Korea Herald” Singapore stops using flu vaccine after 48 deaths in South Korea After South Korea died, Singapore temporarily stopped using two flu vaccines Taiwan News Health Minister Park reiterated the government’s position on the deceased’s continued flu shots “Seoul Bangkok Post” said there is no …

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Research shows that you need to sleep a few more minutes to improve mindfulness

As people live, They will operate without knowing it. Many of us worry about the future or reflect on the past all day long, while thinking very little about the present and the present. Mindfulness-awareness and attention to current experiences without forming opinions-can effectively solve blind life. There is evidence that more attention can improve health and reduce stress every …

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Studies have shown that the body’s immune response can drive the production of non-functional coronavirus “gateway protein”

A study reveals the human body’s natural defense against Covid-19. This study reveals that some immune system molecules trigger non-functional mutations of human proteins, which are used by this new human coronavirus to enter and infect host cells . The study, published in the journal Nature Genetics, examined the genetic information encoding the ACE2 receptor. The SARS-CoV-2 virus must bind …

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On October 25, 247 new cases were reported in Orange County, and 3 more deaths – Orange County Journal

The Orange County Health Department provides daily updates on test results, deaths and other related indicators to monitor the impact and spread of the coronavirus. This is a snapshot of the information provided on Sunday, October 25. New cases reported: 247 Cumulative cases: 58,573 2,348 residents of skilled nursing facilities 574 county prison inmates 187 homeless people New deaths reported: …

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Aspirin use can significantly reduce the risk of death in hospitalized COVID-19 patients

Inpatients who take aspirin every day are admitted to the ICU and have a lower risk of ventilation and death from infection SARS-CoV-2 virus. Hospitalized Coronavirus disease A new study led by researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine showed that patients who take small doses of aspirin every day to prevent cardiovascular disease have a significantly lower …

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With the increase in cases, the number of deaths from the coronavirus in the United States exceeds 225,000

The United States continues to lead the world in the number of COVID-19 casualties. October 25, 2020, 10:42 pm • 4 minute reading Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article On Sunday, the number of deaths from the new coronavirus in the United States surpassed another severe milestone, with the number of cases surpassing the 225,000 mark. The Johns Hopkins …

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Comprehensive coverage of NorCal and beyond

Sacramento, California — Here you can get the latest information about COVID-19 in California, as well as resources you can use to keep your family safe. COVID-19 comes from the coronavirus family, which includes the common cold and more serious diseases such as SARS and MERS. For most people, COVID-19 causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough. …

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COVID update: Russia lags behind in coronavirus vaccine trials

New York (WABC)-Russia reported that its coronavirus vaccine trials are behind. According to the manufacturer of Sputnick V, only 6,000 participants completed the necessary dose for complete immunization. This lags far behind some Western trials in the United States, in which nearly 30,000 participants completed these two doses. At the current rate of development, it may take up to a …

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