Medscape says that until now, doctors had not been too concerned about reinfections because second infections typically yield only mild symptoms. But like the rest of COVID-19, these secondary infections are different. Some individuals with reinfections report more severe symptoms the second time around.
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Screening, Vaccinations Help Fight Cervical Cancer
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month and an important time of year to raise awareness about the importance of cervical health screenings for women.
Winter Haven Operating Room Technician Opens Up About Her Weight Loss Surgery and Journey
Resolutions for Resilience
New Year’s resolutions usually involve deprivation to change behavior and this can produce a negative and resistant mindset.
WHERE SOUL MEETS BODY
Yoga Can Increase Well-Being Through Meditation, Exercise, Spirituality
A NOSE FOR COVID-19
Central Florida Company Trains Canines to Detect Virus
Celebrating Cervical Cancer Awareness Month With the Facts
Overindulge Over the Holiday? Give Your Stomach a Little TLC
Foods can be our friend … or not, depending on health conditions.
2021 To a New Year and a New You!
This January, perhaps more than ever before, we need a fresh start.
There's More to Beauty Than What's in the Eye of the Beholder
Demand for Respiratory Therapists On Rise Amid COVID-19
Thread Lifts Offer Less Invasive, More Affordable Option for Facial Rejuvenation
Bishop Gabriel Vidal was saved at the age of five and has been involved in church work his entire life. In 1984, he moved to New York after finishing three intensive years in a school of business in Santo Domingo and then lived in Rhode Island from 1985 to 2000. He co-planted a church in Providence and later became regional youth leader for both Southern New England and the Northeast Hispanic regions. He has also served as administrative assistant for the Spanish Voice of Salvation ministry and director of the World Language Department before his appointment as general presbyter of South America. He and his wife, Hanny, have two children.
Look quickly, a Chukar won't linger for long
Your word of the month is “gallinaceous.”
GOOGLE RECEIVES $25M TAX BREAK FROM NEVADA TO BUILD FACILITY
Google will receive more than $25 million in tax breaks after pledging an additional $600 million for a new data center in southern Nevada, state officials said.
NEVADA'S CARLIN TREND
AMERICA’S GREATEST GOLD-MINING DISTRICT
BACKCOUNTRY DISCOVERY ROUTES MARATHON
It was late afternoon, high on a ridge in the Rockie s, and I must have come into signal range, as my phone lit up with a message. Stopped in the middle of the trail, it indicated that my youngest had tried calling. She wanted me to come home, as she was ill. Although concerned, I also felt relief that this would give me a valid reason to jump ship. Fo r several weeks I’d been riding nothing but gnarly trails day in and day out and had begun to question whether taking on one Backcountry Discovery Route after another was a good idea.
Mineral County: WANDERINGS
Chance Encounter Creates Opportunity to Mine for Variscite in Nevada
Chairs Become Dog Beds
A dog-loving couple create unique pet furniture.
Up in Smoke
It’s time to ask some tough questions about palo santo.
“I Think I Can, I Think I Can” The folks of Ely, Nevada, don't understand the word “No.”
The Nevada Railroad Foundation’s dedicated crews are in the process of restoring the 1917 Baldwin 2-8-0 Locomotive No. 81 so it can be put back in service as one of two primary steam engines to pull the historic rolling stock of the popular Nevada Northern Railway in Ely, Nevada.
THE FOOD ON YOUR PLATE
I Am Chocolate ... Sweet, But with a Dark Side