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Swimming is one of the healthiest exercises. It's a great workout for cardio and to develop endurance. Plus, swimming your way to fitness is more fun than many of the alternatives!
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
Greater Goods Dual-Head Stethoscope Features a Classic Design for Routine Physicals Assessing Basic Heart and Lung Examinations
If you are in a health care position and need to do routine examinations on the heart and lungs, this Greater Goods stethoscope is is a well-made stethoscope exactly like the Amazon description says.
Like all stethoscopes, this one sort of pinches into your ears a bit uncomfortably, but this one features a diaphragm you can tune to allow you to hear a full range of frequencies. The rim is also non-chill rim, so it is more comfortable for patients during an examination.
The latex-free tubing is sturdy as is the rest of the stethoscope which is well made and well designed. Bonus: it comes with a replacement pair of eartips and an extra diaphragm.
This is a solid choice for a stethoscope for doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers and for home use. The Greater Goods Dual-Head Stethoscope is a good value for your money.
Friday, April 16, 2021
Pfizer tells people if you got their shot, you will need a THIRD vaccination within 12 months. Then annual shots.
During an event with CVS Health, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla told CNBC's Bertha Coombs people will 'likely' need a third dose of a Covid-19 vaccine within 12 months of getting the first two vaccinations.
“It is extremely important to suppress the pool of people that can be susceptible to the virus,” Bourla said. Read the article at: Pfizer CEO says third Covid vaccine dose likely needed within 12 months.
Since 1.4% of unvaccinated people die of COVID and 1.23% of people who get vaccinated and who still catch COVID die of coronavirus, how effective are these vaccinations, really?
Research done by Worldometer indicates that 1.4% of unvaccinated people infected with SARS-CoV-2 die, while 98.6% recover.
Since 1.4% of unvaccinated people die of COVID and 1.23% of people who get vaccinated and still catch COVID-19 die (according to the CDC), how effective are these vaccinations, really?
- New Report from CDC: Nearly 6,000 People Infected with COVID After Getting Vaccinated
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Thursday, April 15, 2021
New Report from CDC on COVID Vaccines
If you don't get vaccinated, you have a 1.4% chance of dying of COVID if you catch the disease. If you do get vaccinated and still catch coronavirus, you have a 1.23% chance of dying of COVID-19.