The Delta Variant: What Scientists Know

The Delta Variant: What Scientists Know

A vaccine for COVID-19 is not yet available. However, new studies are testing whether an antiviral drug, remdesivir, could be effective. The super-contagious Delta variant has caused a global outbreak, prompting new restrictions on travel and warnings for pregnant women. It is much more aggressive than any of the previous variants. Rochelle P. Walensky, director … Read more

C.D.C. Eases Covid Guidelines, Noting Virus Is ‘Here to Stay’

C.D.C. Eases Covid Guidelines

The new guidelines eliminate quarantines and put less emphasis on routine surveillance testing and contact tracing. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are loosening their Covid-19 guidelines. People no longer have to isolate themselves at home if they have been exposed to the virus. The sharp move is towards more regulations to slow down … Read more

How To Clean Playmats

How To Clean Playmats

If you’re a parent, you know that cleaning up toys is a never-ending battle. It’s a constant struggle to keep toys clean, organized, and ready for play time. But what if there was an easy way to clean toys that didn’t involve hours of scrubbing, rinsing, and drying? What if there was a way to … Read more

What is Vestibular Papillomatosis? Symptoms & Treatment

Vestibular Papillomatosis

Vulvar vestibular papillomatosis sometimes called vulvar squamous papillomatosis or simply vestibular papillomatosis is a harmless condition that results in the development of papillae. These are papules or small developments on the vulva. These small bumps, around one to two millimeters, are sparkly, skin-shaded, or pinkish projections and usually occur in an orderly fashion, or in … Read more