Making sense of the PC culture from within the “alphabet” community. Dave Rubin, Arielle Scarcella, Blaire White and Marcus Dib prove us that not all rainbows look a like and how the supposedly most accepting communities can also be the most judgmental.
LetsGetChecked to release the first two-part test for coronavirus (COVID-19).
The test will be available on March 30, 2020, initially in the U.S. only, with healthcare workers on the frontline prioritized; LetsGetChecked is working with individual laboratory partners to deliver across other European markets as quickly as possible.
Viruses, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, major earthquakes, extreme blizzards, and other disasters could leave you trapped for several days. You and your family’s safety comes first, but if you’re able to stay in your house, you’ll need supplies, including food and water.
In case of lack of electricity, the food you already have in your refrigerator and freezer will keep cold for a day or two, but unless you have your own generator, you’ll need some things that don’t require electricity for storage or preparation. Plan ahead and keep an emergency food pantry stocked with healthy foods so you can feed your family until the disaster has passed.
•What is a ketogenic diet?A Ketogenic diet is quite simply any diet that forces the body into a process called ketosis, whereby fats are burned instead of carbohydrates for use as energy. A proper Ketogenic diet calls for the dieter to consume high amounts of fat, adequate amounts of protein, and very low amounts of…
STD and STI Testing at Home.
I’m happy to be an ambassador for LetsGetChecked, they provide the same lab tests used by doctors & hospitals so that you can test a variety of markers in the privacy of your home.
There’s no reason to wait around, science is here… at your fingertips.