In compliance with the CDC guidelines, Dr. Fazil holds another remote interview with our guest host Jose. In this interview Dr. Fazil discusses the current advancements towards a Coronavirus vaccine and what current treatments are available until a vaccine is found. He goes into detail on what the current technologies being used are in creation of the vaccine and what new therapeutic treatments are available.

June 2020 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

In his continuing coverage of the world wide pandemic that is the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Dr. Fazil discusses the current situation and effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) that are occurring around the world. With many countries suffering a second wave of infections since easing lock-down restrictions, many experts are expecting we are next. With over four months of Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, Dr. Fazil is talks about the pandemic and how it has affected our way of life. He goes on to explain possible outcomes that could occur if we do not act fast enough to slow down this pandemic and why we should keep following the CDC Guidelines of social distancing and washing our hands amid these trying times.


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01) We are the only mammals that willingly delay sleep.

02) Have trouble waking up on Monday morning? Blame “social jet lag” from your altered weekend sleep schedule.

03) Finding it hard to get out of bed in the morning is a real condition called Dysania. It may signal a nutritional deficiency, depression or other problems.

04) Insomnia is not defined by the sleep you lose each night, but by the drowsiness, difficulty concentrating, headaches, irritability and other problems it causes each day.

05) Today, 75% of us dream in color. Before color television, just 15% of us did.


06) Being awake for 16 hours straight decreases your performance as much as if your blood alcohol level were .05% (The legal limit is .08%).

07) Going without sleep is likely to make you hungry as levels of leptin (an appetite-regulating hormone) fall.

08) Sleeping on the job is less of a problem in Japan. Companies may accept it as a sign of exhaustion from overwork.

09) Regular exercise usually improves your sleep patterns. Exercising sporadically or right before bed may keep you up.

10) If it takes you less than 5 minutes to fall asleep, you’re probably sleep deprived. Ideally, falling asleep should take 10-15minutes.