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COVID-19: Pets are not a problem, More businesses and sports opening up; The more adverse childhood experiences, the more adverse health effects; The use of Penicillin in for Group B Streptococcus bacteria during labor; The use of Penicillin in for Group B Streptococcus bacteria during labor; Low dose naltrexone and acupuncture for idiopathic peripheral neuropathy -- test for toxic metals as a cause; Are seed oils harmful to my health? The Omega 3 vs. Omega 6 issue