Home Health Wellness Wellness oi-Shivangi Karn By Shivangi Karn on March 3, 2021 Chikungunya is a vector-borne disease caused by the bite of Aedes mosquitoes. The disease-causing virus, known as alphavirus, gets transmitted to humans through the mosquito bites and cause symptoms such as high-grade fever, joint pain, rashes, eye problems and many others. Relieving the symptoms of chikungunya is the mainstay treatment for chikungunya fever. Currently, there are no vaccines available to kill the chikungunya virus in humans, the best way is to prevent the condition from occurring. In this article, you will find details on how to prevent the spread of the chikungunya virus. Take a look. What Is Chikungunya? Causes, Symptoms, Complications, Treatments And Prevention 1. Stay careful during certain hours Chikungunya is transmitted by Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus that tend to be active during early mornings … [Read more...] about How To Prevent The Spread Of Chikungunya Virus
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“He who can, does; he who cannot, teaches,” according to George Bernard Shaw in his play Man and Superman . I can teach you how to detect deception . Companies, code and law enforcement organizations, schools, and even the Department of Homeland Security have hired me to tell key personnel how to know when someone is not being honest. But it doesn’t seem to matter what I know when it comes to my interactions with certain people. I’ve been duped many times. Why “certain” people and not others? I had an epiphany this morning that gave me at least one answer. Some people genuinely believe that what they do in life makes them morally superior to the rest of us. Those of us around them reinforce that belief by giving them more trust than they sometimes deserve and doing bigger favors for them than we would do for a “less noble” person. We are easily deceived about their intentions, depth of caring, loyalty, and ability to reciprocate. Halo, or Sun in My Eyes? Source: … [Read more...] about Is That Your Halo, Or Is the Sun in My Eyes?
Source: Sasin Tipchai from Pixabay Each day, reporters update us as to the number of deaths from COVID-19 . It is easy to get caught up in tracking the numbers. As of May 1, 2020, the total number of cases diagnosed in the US surpassed 1 million; the total number of US deaths passed 63,000 as of this writing. For context, that’s roughly the same number of deaths of Americans during the 20 year span of the Vietnam War. Each loss is one part of the devastating effects of this disease known as COVID-19. Each of the 63,000 individuals lost to date has left behind family, friends, and co-workers who are grieving them. Most adults are familiar with the stages of grief , thanks to the work of Elisabeth Kubler-Ross and David Kessler. The simplest model identifies five stages of grief: Denial and isolation, Anger , Bargaining, Depression , and lastly, Acceptance (Kubler-Ross, 2014). More recently, Kessler has suggested a sixth stage, Meaning (Kessler, 2019). If these concepts … [Read more...] about Helping Children Grieve