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May 05, 2021

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Science Iconography Drawn on Chalkboard With Biology 101 and What Is ATP? Written on It What is Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP)?

We'll be going over the basics like what is ATP made up of and what its cellular functions and roles are. We'll explain how it works inside plants, animals, microorganisms, and during daily human activities.

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April 15, 2021

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Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Johnson & Johnson's Vaccine Reports Bring Global Vaccination Efforts to a Standstill

Reports stated that only six out of more than 6.8 million Americans experienced blood clots after their shot of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, adding to similar instances involving the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.

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April 12, 2021

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A House Outlined In Germinator's Green Branding Symbolic Of The Germinator Safe Zone Germinator Simplifies Branding and Aims to Better Educate Consumers with New Safe Zone Campaign

Germinator is excited to unveil that it has simplified its branding to "Germinator" and has launched a new Germinator Safe Zone campaign, which aims to better educate the market on the value proposition of 360-degree germ protection, 365 days a ye...

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March 25, 2021

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First Baby in USA Born With Covid Antibodies First Baby in the US Born With COVID-19 Antibodies

We have the first reported case in the United States of a newborn with COVID-19 antibodies. The baby's pediatricians found the antibodies were detected after analyzing blood from the baby's umbilical cord.

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March 23, 2021

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Spring Break Could Bring a New Wave of COVID-19 Infections Spring Break Could Bring a New Wave of COVID-19 Infections

In March 2020, spring break travelers unknowingly increased the spread of COVID-19 in different parts of the country. With the 2021 holidays right around the corner, health officials expect a new surge of infections in different parts of the count...

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March 15, 2021

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Learn The Difference Between Electrostatic Disinfection and Fogging Electrostatic Disinfection vs Fogging

Although they're both made to expel disinfectants out of the sprayer's nozzle, the outcomes are totally different. We'll be highlighting the differences between electrostatic disinfection vs fogging.

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February 26, 2021

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Hands Coming Together With One Hand Covered In Germs Showing How Germs Spread So Let's Stop The Spread How Do Germs Spread on Surfaces?

Together, we have the ability to be more cautious, clean, and caring as we go about our lives living among germs. And it's true, we can't always avoid them, but we can control the threat of germs.

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February 18, 2021

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Post-COVID Symptoms and Effects on Global Healthcare Post-COVID Symptoms and Effects on Global Healthcare

To prevent a new healthcare crisis, the WHO has started studying a series of mental and physical symptoms affecting several individuals in the aftermath of acute COVID-19 infections.

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February 15, 2021

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A Business With a 'Closed Due To COVID-19' Sign on Its Door Disinfecting the Workplace for COVID-19

With most businesses back in operation, one thing holds true for every situation, and it's the fact that the workplace is a breeding ground for illness-causing germs.

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February 09, 2021

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An Image of a woman cleaning How Long Does the Coronavirus Live on Surfaces?

We're still in the process of learning how COVID-19 works, and so far, it seems as if the pandemic is still here to stay well into 2021. Since the start of the pandemic, we have heard a lot of conflicting information regarding the virus.

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