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Factors That Raise (or Lower) Your Odds for COVID-19

FRIDAY, June 3, 2022 (HealthDay News) — A new study offers some unexpected conclusions about what factors might influence your chances of getting COVID-19. What did it find? People with food allergies have a lower risk of infection than those without them do, while asthma does not affect risk one way or the other. Meanwhile, obesity and having a […]


Angels of Healthcare Carried McDaniel Through COVID-19

Dick McDaniel is on the road to recovery after getting seriously ill with COVID-19 and pneumonia, but the experience left him with a greater sense of gratitude. He was hospitalized for nine days in November at Sarah Bush Lincoln and then monitored for another 16 days in the Health Center’s COVID-19 at Home program. While […]