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Concern: Is Ibuprofen Really Risky for Coronavirus Patients?

The current recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is that ibuprofen is safe for most people with COVID-19. However, the CDC does recommend that people with certain underlying medical conditions, such as kidney disease or heart disease, talk to their doctor before taking ibuprofen.

Which Country Has Flattened the Curve for the Coronavirus?

The term "flattening the curve" refers to a public health strategy to slow the spread of a virus by reducing the number of people who are infected at the same time. This can help to prevent hospitals from being overwhelmed and to save lives.

South Korea’s Coronavirus Lessons: Quick Tests and Monitoring

South Korea was one of the first countries to be hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the country was able to quickly contain the outbreak and has one of the lowest death tolls in the world.

HbA1c Blood Test: A New Method to Diagnose Type 2 Diabetes

The HbA1c blood test is a blood test that measures your average blood sugar levels over the past 3 months. It is considered to be a more accurate way to diagnose type 2 diabetes than fasting blood sugar or oral glucose tolerance tests.