打完兩劑疫苗,還需要戴口罩嗎?

Two business colleagues greeting with the elbow in office. Business people bump elbows in office for greeting during the covid-19 pandemic. 美國洛杉磯、以色列恢復室內配戴口罩的規定 美國洛杉磯縣公共衛生部門宣布,隨著確診人數和住院人數的增加,過去一周平均單日新確診案例達到1077例,將從周六晚上恢復室內配戴口罩的規定。不論是否施打過疫苗,所有人都必須在室內配戴口罩。 不僅是洛杉磯,疫苗施打速度領先全球的以色列,在 Delta 變種病毒出現後也恢復在室內配戴口罩的規定。在 Delta 變種病毒出現以前,以色列專家預估疫苗施打率打 75% 以上可達成群體免疫,但 Delta 病毒出現後,已將此門檻上修至 80%。 以色列總理更在記者會上呼籲民眾:勤戴口罩、打疫苗,在公共場所與他人保持距離, 做好這三件事情,不必透過封城也可以抵抗 Delta 變種病毒。 病毒會因為想要存活而不停改變 綜合各國建議,在目前病毒疫情還沒有受到完全控制的狀況下,戴上口罩保護自己與家人,還是一個比較安全的做法。 MOCACARE 與您齊心抗疫 💪 MOCACARE 提供各等級的台灣製高品質口罩,點我購買享優惠! 參考資料: With Cases Rising, Los Angeles Will Reinstate Indoor Mask Mandate […]

高血壓的標準以及原因?三個症狀以及六大控制原則

高血壓並不可怕,事實上,處於第一期高血壓的民眾,有機會可以透過改變生活以及飲食習慣良好控制血壓。掌握以下六個控制高血壓的黃金原則(SABCDE),搭配定期監測血壓的機器以及應用程式,以及定期回診,免於長期吃藥,並遠離高血壓伴隨而來的併發症…

何謂低鈉飲食?六個低鈉飲食的原則

研究發現鈉含量攝取過多是高血壓潛在的元兇之一,而高血壓可能會導致中風、心臟病、視力下降、腎臟受損以及阿茲海默症,是「隱形的殺手」。以成人而言,美國心臟病學會建議一天的鈉攝取量不應超過 2,300 mg,理想的攝取量約為1,500 mg。在台灣,依據衛生福利部建議,每日鈉總攝取量不宜超過2400毫克(約為6公克鹽)。

高血壓建議飲食: 得舒飲食(DASH Diet)

得舒飲食(DASH Diet) 英文字面上的意思是遠離高血壓的飲食(Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension)。1992年,美國國家衛生院研究何種飲食最能夠降低高血壓,多個研究結果發現得舒飲食有效降低高血壓。在不改變生活型態的情況下,實行得舒飲食的受試者的收縮壓下降了 6-11mmHg。除此之外,受試者的低密度膽固醇(LDL)也有下降。

Getting on a plane during COVID: what you should bring

Cramming into a metal box with hundreds of people for hours is not an ideal situation to be in during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, this is the situation many people would find themselves in as they get on a plane for Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year, and other holidays.  If you’re planning to fly soon, here […]

MocaCare Medical Isolation Gowns and Coveralls

MOCACARE is an FDA registered medical device company based in California that has in stock five types of medical-grade isolation gowns (AB1003, AB1004, AC1007, AD1008, and AD1009) and one type of medical-grade coveralls (CC1001). Our products received certificates such as the EU Declaration of Conformity, BSI Certificate of Registration, and Intertek test report.  MOCACARE’s isolation […]

ASTM-rated Masks: Definition and Use

ASTM-rated masks are medical masks that are fluid resistant and have a high degree of filtration efficiency. ASTM-rated masks are rated by three levels, higher-level masks have a higher filtration efficiency and fluid resistance.  ASTM level 1 masks are commonly called procedure masks and ASTM level 2 masks surgical masks. They are usually used by […]

Coronavirus Tips: How to Properly Wear a Face Mask

Now that mask-wearing becomes a daily routine for many during the coronavirus outbreak, it is important to learn how to properly put on and remove a facemask. Before we dive into the details, here are three rules of thumb:  Wash your hands thoroughly before and after handling the mask every timeAvoid touching the mask unnecessarily Cover […]

The Differences Between N95, KN95, Surgical, and Cloth Masks, Explained

During the coronavirus crisis, mask-wearing and the nation-wide shortage of masks have become hotly discussed topics. You might have already heard the names of many different types of masks: N95 respirator, KN95 respirator, surgical mask, and cloth mask, but are you confused about what each of them means and how they are different?   Read on […]

How and When to Wash Your Hands

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, handwashing is a crucial part of warding off infections and slowing the spread of COVID-19.  The coronavirus can infect you if you have touched your eyes, nose, or mouth after touching an infected person’s bodily secretions or a contaminated surface. Despite the importance of handwashing, a study has shown that people […]

COVID-19 Topic: Why is Mask-wearing Important and How are N95, Surgical & Cloth Masks Different?

The CDC has officially changed its COVID-19 guideline on mask-wearing and has advised all Americans to wear cloth mask/face-covering in public. Previously, the CDC has advised Americans against wearing any masks—neither medical-grade nor home-made—if they’re not sick or taking care of someone who is sick.  Why has the CDC changed its guideline? This article will […]

What to Do About the Coronavirus Outbreak If You Have Hypertension or Heart Disease?

Right now, it has been widely reported that people with pre-existing conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes (type 1 & 2), a compromised immune system, and lung disease (such as asthma) are likely to develop more severe symptoms. The American Heart Association is “advising caution” for elderly people with hypertension and coronary heart disease, as […]

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