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What Cancer Patients should know about Coronavirus

At the beginning of the most recent coronavirus outbreak, most of the population assumed this was a new virus that no one has ever dealt with before. While COVID-19 is a new strain, coronavirus is not a new virus. The good news is that scientists and doctors know more about this pandemic than originally thought. The hard part has been stopping the spread and caring for the severely ill patients fighting the disease. Another thing to keep in mind is that out of the three most recent strains of coronaviruses, SARS-CoV-2 is the least deadly. The 2002 SARS-CoV-1 outbreak was said to have a 10% mortality rate, which was more than three times lower than the 2012 MERS-CoV outbreak’s mortality ra

3 Male Cancer Risks Related To Vehicles And Driving

According to the US National Cancer Institute, cancer mortality is higher among men with a rate of 196.8 per 100,000 compared to 139.6 among women. With the rising awareness about the disease and men’s susceptibility to it, they are also exerting their effort to cancer prevention. It includes having annual checkups, maintaining a healthy body and shifting to anti-cancer diets.They are also checking on their daily routines and making adjustments just in case there are some activities that expose them to the dangers of the big C. Exposure to chemicals in plastic bottled water Drivers and passengers tend to keep bottled water stocked in their car for long trips and in their emergency kit. Howev

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