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The difference between vitamins D2 and D3 and which one to choose

The difference between vitamin D2 and vitamin D3 is that while animals produce vitamin D3, plants produce vitamin D2. When choosing a supplement, choose vitamin D3 because your body absorbs it better. Vitamin D can boost your immune system, help your body absorb calcium, and can help prevent cancer. This article was medically reviewed by Julia Blank, MD, a family …

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Rural California is now damaged by coronavirus

It is sometimes said that the California coronavirus pandemic is the worst of the most ugly cities. Today, it is rural, agricultural areas that are among the most severely affected. “The epidemic is moving from the Lat Lat population to the Latino population,” said Drs. George Rutherford, an epidemiologist and infectious disease expert at UC San Francisco, said Wednesday. The …

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Bay Area county to begin filling people for assembly meetings

August 7, 2020Updated: August 7, 2020 7:33 am 1ng5 With all the social travel and health protocols followed, Bernie Schwartz, owner of California Luggage, opened up like many other businesses in downtown Santa Rosa, while California is implementing Phase 3 of the economic opening plan of the state during the coronavirus pandemic in Santa Rosa, California on Friday, June 12, …

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El Paso official says efforts to comply with Covid have been thwarted by businesses breaking law

EL PASO, Texas – In the five months since the pandemic, the Covid-19 El Paso compliance teams have claimed they have faced some obstacles to implementing the guidelines set by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott. Abbott issued his first coronavirus guidelines in March, and since then local governments have established their own task forces for compliance efforts. In El Paso, officials …

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UK COVID-19 nurse forced amputate leg after ignoring pain

A British nurse on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic was so excited about her job that she ignored a recurring illness for two months – and eventually shot her in the leg due to a tumor, according to in a report. Sette Buenaventura, 26, a part-time model, worked a 12-hour shift at Salford Royal Hospital in Greater Manchester, …

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Chronic fatigue syndrome is a possible long-term effect of Covid-19, experts say

“I almost raised my hand to take a taxi,” he said. After about two years, Wilder was diagnosed with a disease called myalgic encephalomyelitis, also called chronic fatigue syndrome, a condition of neuroimmune with symptoms including brain fog, extreme fatigue, pain, immune aberrations and post-exertional malaise. She has worked for decades as a social worker and activist for marginalized communities, …

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Coronavirus tally: COVID-19 global cases top 19 million, 715,163 deaths and US deaths reach 160,000

The global tally for confirmed cases of coronavirus causing COVID-19 rose above 19 million on Friday, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University, and the death toll rose to 715,163. At least 11.5 million people have recovered. U.S. cases rose to 4.88 million and deaths rose above 160,000, after the U.S. added another 1,000 overnight deaths and counted another …

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