Coronavirus is a virus that typically affects the airways of birds and mammals, including humans. Doctors have linked them to the common cold, bronchitis, pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and
I am surprised by your post, “What To Know About Coronaviruses,” because it is a very interesting topic at the moment, since we are in quarantine. It is very good to continue being informed about this virus that affects us all.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “ In the 1960s, scientists found the first evidence of human coronavirus (HCoV) in the noses of people with the common cold.” I think this is amazing because In this year there was already a coronavirus and nobody said it was something to quarantine like we are right now. It is interesting that this already existed before and nobody was scared in those years.
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because this is an interesting topic. I would like you to continue reporting more about this virus. It would be great.
“I saw it in its entirety a few years ago and it struck me. Because want to finish “spiderman” series to see, also because the time is long, or the movie saw too much, in the mood some of the plot is also not very clear, the first “spiderman” to see again. After watching, the feeling is still “shock”, and it is quite good. Because it is the second…[Read more]
I agree with that students in school should be wearing uniform. Uniforms are a good idea but it blocks how much money kid’s parents can make and to avoid children trying to express themselves and finding their self identity. But there is a serious problem that the uniforms are too expensive for those of student‘s parents who don’t have economic c…[Read more]
If you’ve taken self-help steps and made positive lifestyle changes, but still find that your depression is worsening, seek professional help. Needing extra help doesn’t mean you’re weak. Sometimes negative thoughts in depression can make you feel like a lost cause, but depression can be cured and you’ll feel better!
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As America’s leaders grapple with the gun violence crisis, they should consider a range of policy and programmatic solutions that will have a major impact on reducing gun-related deaths, injuries, and crime in the United States.
Women’s rights are the fundamental human rights that were enshrined by the United Nations for every human being on the planet nearly 70 years ago. These rights include the right to live free from violence, slavery, and discrimination; to be educated; to own property; to vote; and to earn a fair and equal wage.
I think there are restaurants that serve appetizers, yes appetizers that have more than 1000 calories! Who’s appetite are they intending to appetize anyway?
So if you do the math, in one day you can easily be eating 3–5000 calories with very little effort. So how do you make a dent in this if you are running in today’s fast paced life!
From my point of view, phone is a big problem that can influence your bedtime. Depending on age, gender, marital status, amount of homework, drunkenness, and many other factors, this period ranges from 0:00 to 23:59:59. It is often simply defined as a person going to bed, although there is some debate as to whether this means going to bed or…[Read more]
Every cigarette you smoke is harmful. Smoking is the biggest cause of preventable death in the UK, killing around 80,000 people a year. One in two smokers will die from smoking-related diseases. If you could see
Hi. I think wearing uniform is not necessary any more. Because in the school spirit shop, there are a lot of looks of the uniforms. And due to the weather condition, they can wear any kinds of uniforms they want to keep themselves warm. So more and more students are getting up with the joneses about whose uniforms are better or more expensive.…[Read more]
Hi, I think this is a really good topic to discuss. As humans travel farther from Earth, we must learn how to sustain human life in the extreme environment of space at the Moon in preparation for human missions to Mars. So it’s very important to do it!
School safety has always been important, but the recent outbreak of campus violence has brought the issue into the media spotlight and increased scrutiny of campus safety measures. So what should we do to make
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