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President Trump said in a press briefing that we will open up businesses when there are 14 consecutive days of coronavirus declines. I have been keeping records of the city San Diego cases. There was an increase of 49 cases yesterday for a total of 1,238. I am not sure if Trump meant as a nation, state or otherwise, but clearly, we are not ready.
IN a separate interview, Secretary of State Pompeo said, he is very confident China will pay the US for this mayhem. He didn't say other countries.
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Knowing When to Douche
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Although douching was once a common practice, it has fallen out of popular use in recent years. Studies show that douching can cause bacterial infections and problems during pregnancy, making it a less-than-perfect cleaning method. If, however, your doctor has suggested that you douche, follow the steps below to do it correctly and safely.
Knowing When to Douche
Know that your body cleans out vaginal discharge, blood, and semen on its own. Many women douche in order to clean themselves after a period, rinse out vaginal discharge, or to clean out semen after sex. The great thing about the human body though, is that it is built to do these things on its own. The vagina cleans itself without douching, meaning that you don’t have to refer to man-made soaps and rinses in order to keep your vagina in healthy, working condition.
Douche at your doctor’s suggestion. The last few years of studies have offered up important research that shows that douching can be more harmful than beneficial to your body. The vagina naturally cleans itself with its high acidity and natural mucous, which douching removes. As a result of douching, you are more likely to suffer from a yeast infection or other bacterial infection. Talk to your doctor before you decide to douche, and do so at their discretion.
Don’t douche to remove itching or burning sensations. Some women feel like they need to douche in order to get rid of itching or burning they feel near or inside their vagina. These are symptoms of an infection though, and douching simply covers them up. Rather than trying to wash away these symptoms, meet with your doctor and explain what you’re experiencing.
Don’t douche to remove a strong odor. Although the vagina may have a very mild, constant odor, if you are experiencing a strong odor (outside of your menstrual cycle), it is likely a symptom of a possible infection. Instead of trying to rinse out the odor, talk to your doctor and ask for their advice. They may or may not support the idea of douching, but it is best to go to them first rather than possibly making things worse.
Don’t douche in attempts to prevent STDs or pregnancy. Douching is not an alternative to a condom or other contraceptive; its primary goal is to ‘clean’ the inside of the vagina. Therefore, don’t douche in attempts to prevent an STD/STI or pregnancy after sex, as it will be ineffective.
Wash the outside of your vagina as an alternative to douching. If you are concerned about keeping your vagina clean and odor-free in general, stick to washing the outside of your vagina instead. Use a mild soap and warm water in the shower or bath to remove any sweat or grime that might have built up on the exterior of your vagina, while your body does the work of cleaning the inside on its own.
Douching the Right Way
Choose a douching product. Look through the available douching products at your local drugstore to choose an option that looks best for you. Avoid any solution that contains scents or dyes, as these are much more likely to cause an infection. If you prefer, you can create your own douching solution at home using vinegar and only buy a squeeze bottle at the store for application.
Prepare the douching solution. If you bought a kit at the store, follow the box directions to prepare the douching solution it came with. Typically you will need to use a quart of water to prepare it. If you are making your own at home, mix one part vinegar with three parts water, in an amount equal to at least two cups.
Fill the squeeze bottle or douche pouch with the solution. Follow the directions on the box to do this, or simply pour the solution into the squeeze bottle. If all the solution doesn’t fit, fill it as high as you are able and then add the rest later.
Get into the shower or bathtub. Douching isn’t the messiest thing in the world, but it could be under certain circumstances. To prevent spilling any of the solution, get into the shower or bathtub for the entire process. You’ll likely want to shower or bath afterwards anyway.
Rinse the vaginal cavity using the squeeze bottle. Insert the tip of the squeeze bottle or douche pouch into the vagina, and squeeze it to release the fluid. Continue rinsing the inside of the vagina until you have used all the available fluid.
Wash the outside of the vagina. Use a mild soap and warm water to wash the outside of the vagina as you would normally during a shower or bath. Your goal now is to wash off any of the douching solution left on the exterior of your vagina. The douching solution is relatively harmless on any other part of your body, so rinse it off if it came into contact with anything else but don’t worry about it too much.
Finish cleaning up. Follow up with any post-douching cleaning activities you deem necessary. Clean out the douching pouch/squeeze bottle and store it for later use, and clean up anythin
There have been only five million tested in the US so far. With a population of 330 million, that means the number of those afflicted, with and without symptoms are severely understated. That also means the death rate is severely overstated.
The increase in the number of coronavirus cases are not necessarily newly afflicted. It could mean newly tested.
China started this plague with their barbaric animal markets storing live snakes,bats,octopus next to each other.Blood mixing with other creatures blood,cross contamination through the airspace. These creatures were never meant to mix with each other. Then these Chinese savages slaughter and eat them.
you believe all this virus comes from one person who ate a bat? when right next door to the market is a lab that plays with this crap .... please don't make me laugh . the bull shitting china government is to blame they could have told the bloody truth . no one should buy china . someone and god knows who did this on purpose . everything has a positive .... the climate needed it to happen
These live animal markets, or wet markets, are all over the world, not just Wuhan, China. They have such a place that sells chickens and rabbits in Chinatown in Los Angeles. Some sell live fish, crabs and lobster, as well as ones in ice. That, they are that all over Southern California, perhaps other places. All I know is I see a few of them.
According to Secretary of State Pompeo, this virus was started in a laboratory in Wuhan, not far from the wet markets. China blamed the wet markets to throw investigators off the trail. The "lamestream media" backed them up.
The virus was definitely started in wuhan , but I don’t believe wet markets or eating bats by the Chinese public started it, the covid 19 virus was designed and manufactured in a laboratory in wuhan, it then unfortunately escaped,
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The Sun: study shows it's less active than sibling stars – here's what that could mean
Andrew Norton, Professor of Astrophysics Education, The Open University
,The Conversation•April 30, 2020
The sun emitting a sudden flash of light—a solar flare. NASA
All stars emit varying amounts of light over time – and the Sun is no exception. Such changes in starlight can help us understand how habitable any planets around other stars are – a very active star may bombard its planets with harmful radiation. Now a new study, published in Science, shows that the Sun is significantly less active than other, similar stars.
In many stars, the observed variation in brightness is driven by their internal magnetic field. When parts of the magnetic field breaks out through a star’s surface, it can cause dark regions known as starspots or brighter regions (known as faculae) in the star’s atmosphere. As a star rotates on its axis, so the bright and dark regions pass across the face of the star from our viewpoint, causing a periodic change in brightness of the star as a result.
Some of the most extreme examples of variable stars are eclipsing binary stars and pulsating stars. In the former, the light variation is due to an external effect: a pair of stars orbit around their common centre of mass, repeatedly blocking some of their partner’s light from our point of view. If the orbit is viewed edge-on, the brightness of the star will appear to decrease significantly at regular intervals.
In a pulsating star, the light variation has an intrinsic cause: the star literally pulses in and out, becoming larger then smaller, brighter then fainter, with a regularly repeating pattern of changing brightness. Pulsating stars can change in brightness by a factor of ten or more with each cycle. Both of these classes of stars are favourite targets for astronomers, as their light variation may be used to probe the dynamics or structure of a stellar system.
Calm before the storm?
The stellar brightness variations due to bright and dark spots rotating across our line of sight are generally of much lower amplitude though. The Sun’s brightness only varies by a fraction of a percent as it rotates once every 24 days. Even such small changes can affect the Earth’s climate on timescales of decades or its atmospheric chemistry on timescales as short as months or days.
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