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Coronavirus Testing: What Type of Test Should I Get?

Virus tests are categorized based on what they look for: (i) molecular tests, which look for the virus’s genetic material; and (ii) antigen tests that look for viral proteins. The various tests all use a sample collected from the either the nose, throat, or mouth; that may be sent away to an outside lab or …

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How can I watch/identify common seasonal illnesses?

The risk of contracting an illness is higher during the winter months because people spend more time indoors, increasing the risk of infection. The common cold and the flu are the most common seasonal illnesses that affect millions of people around the world.  The following examines the differences between a common cold and the flu. …

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What Should I Know Before My DOT Physical

DOT Physical is short for the Department of Transportation Physical. It is like any other physical exam except that it’s tailored to ensure the safety of drivers and the general public. It tests the mental, emotional and physical health of anyone who drives or intends to take up commercial motor vehicle driving as an occupation. …

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Why are STD rates increasing?

Data from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) reveals the annual number of cases of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) is at an all-time high. More than 2.5 million cases of syphilis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea were reported to this federal health agency. This is the sixth consecutive year that this trend has occurred. What role has …

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