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How To Care For Someone In Quarantine With COVID-19

Caring for someone with Corona virus at home. How to take care the person in quarantine? 4 Easy ways of caring someone in quarantine with COVID-19 at home 1. What they need Someone with Corona virus symptoms needs rest, nutritious food to increase the immunity power and in that vitamin C can helps better, also regularly drink water. As per stats Paracetamol can help lower a fever, but if that not helps and symptoms get worse or don’t go away after a week, then contact your nearest health service. 2.…

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What Coronavirus Symptoms Look Like, Day By Day

What are the symptoms of Coronavirus or COVID-19 Symptoms day by day. At first you might think it’s a cold and it could be but covid-19 could escalate. Here’s what you need to know according to the World Health Organization China joint mission on covid-19. As of February 20th, 80% of laboratory confirmed cases were mild to moderate 14% were severe and 6% were critical just to be clear a mild case of covid-19 is not like a mild cold the symptoms will still be pretty severe. Anything less than…

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Interesting facts about breast that both men & women will want to know

Big or small. Perfectly round and perky, or asymmetric and quirky. Every lady’s #lady #lumps – and I’m talking about breasts, in case it wasn’t clear – are one of the few things about human existence that nothing can ruin. Boobs are great to #look at, they’re #lovely to #touch, and they make life that much more worth it (all of it, for boys and for girls). Boobs can turn any day around, no matter how bad. Watch Now :

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Atrial septal defect (ASD) | Symptoms | Causes | Risk factors ( Heart Hole )

An #atrial #septal #defect (#ASD) is a hole in the wall between the two upper chambers of your heart (#atria). The condition is present at birth (congenital). Small defects may never cause a #problem and may be found incidentally. It’s also possible that small atrial septal defects may close on their own during #infancy or early #childhood. Watch Now :

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