Another State Is Added To The List Of States With Zika Virus Cases According To Doctor Sergio Cortes
Posted on : 03-05-2016 By : Samantha Pointer
Oklahoma has just reported its first two cases of the Zika virus. Neighbor Texas has been on the growing list of states for a couple of weeks, so the rivalry between the two state football giants is taking an ugly turn. A turn neither state wanted. The Zika virus doesn’t discriminate when it comes to entering a human body. There are no borders, no rules, and no mercy. The virus makes itself at home in the saliva, urine, and semen of its victims, but it doesn’t stop there, according to…
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The Manse On Marsh For Health And Well-being
Posted on : 03-04-2016 By : Samantha Pointer
Most nursing homes and living facilities for senior citizens offer mediocre services - literally. When they aren't giving you the comfort and satisfaction, they are offering a list of options that are not designed for retirees. Food, shelter and social life are indeed relevant to health and overall well-being of seniors and these features are available in a reliable assisted living facility like the one in San Luis Obispo - The Manse on Marsh. Doing everyday chore is nearly impossible for some people who are nearing or aleady in their…
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New York’s New Real Estate Outlook
Posted on : 03-04-2016 By : Samantha Pointer
The ever changing New York City luxury real estate market is looking at more fluctuations in the days to come, according to market observers at www.nydailynews.com. There’s no question that those who do well in this dynamic market are those are willing to embrace change. That’s a lesson many real estate investment professionals learned in the aftermath of the 2008 economic meltdown. New York’s luxury real estate market recovered with a boom after the downturn, but what is clear is that more changes are afoot in 2016. Here are a…
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Brazilian Health Professional Doctor Sergio Cortes Said There Isn’t A Test To Identify The Zika Virus
Posted on : 03-01-2016 By : Samantha Pointer
Every day people around the world are bitten by mosquitoes. Mosquitoes kill more people than any other animal. There are more than 3,500 species of mosquitoes living around the world, but only about 20 percent of them bite humans. But being bitten by one of those human blood sucking mosquitoes can cause several illnesses and in some cases death. Brazil’s top medical expert Doctor Sergio Cortes has done a considerable amount of research on the Aedes aegypti mosquito lately. That species is the mosquito responsible for the outbreak of the…
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