Although GBS disease is rarely seen in pregnant women, with proper treatment and preventive methods, one can overcome the disease. Currently, there's no vaccine to protect pregnant women and newborns from GBS bacteria, but researchers are working to develop a vaccine. … [Read more...] about Group B Streptococcus (GBS) Disease: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention
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After Bennet's ouster, in one of her first communications as acting opinion editor at the New York Times, Kathleen Kingsbury let staff know that if they should come across “any piece of Opinion journalism — including headlines or social posts or photos or you name it — that gives you the slightest pause, please call or text me immediately.” Should any employee come across anything that gives them the slightest pause about a potential risk of coronavirus contamination in the workplace, that should certainly be brought to someone’s attention. So why not expect the same in the moral realm? … [Read more...] about The Apocalyptic Psychology of Mobs—and Media
Walking alone on an empty Manhattan street in May, a friend of mine was startled by a woman yelling down from her window: “Where’s your mask, bitch?” (Her mask was in her hand. She had removed it since there was no one anywhere in sight.) Who knows what the woman in the window was like before the pandemic. Maybe that kind of thing wasn't out of character. But it's also possible that before spending months in lockdown, she wasn't in the habit of yelling out her window at unsuspecting passersby. … [Read more...] about Why Did a Major Newspaper Get a Random Woman Fired?