In what is described as the "largest vaccination campaign in United States history," hospitals around the country have started rolling out the
A large study done by a multidisciplinary team of scientists and doctors has determined that the biggest risk factor for severe COVID-19 pneumonia
It should come as no surprise to anyone that election night is this Tuesday November 3rd. Whether you are scrolling through social media, watching TV,
COVID is the hot topic of 2020. It seems that every single day, I read a new article or study about COVID-19. A few months ago, everyone was talking
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