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Should I Be Concerned if I Have a Fever? Feb 8th, 2021

A fever is always a sign that something isn’t quite right in your body, but it’s not always serious. Fever is typically a symptom of infection, and it’s one of the signs that your body is fighting a pathogen of some sort, like a virus or bacterial infection. If you’re...

Everything You Need to Know About a Nasal Swab Jan 14th, 2021

COVID-19 has turned the world upside down. To make matters worse, it seems like updated and conflicting information comes out daily. As you navigate this new normal, you track the news as best you can, wear your mask, and keep a safe distance from others.  But then, you feel the...

What Does It Mean If I'm Experiencing Shortness of Breath? Dec 10th, 2020

Most people have experienced temporary bouts of breathlessness after strenuous exercise, a rush of adrenaline, walking or hiking at a high elevation, or watching the key scene in a scary movie, but real shortness of breath can point to some very serious health conditions. In the midst of the COVID-19...

Steps Everyone Can Take to Prevent Coronavirus, the Flu, and Other Airborne Illnesses Nov 9th, 2020

The global community has spent a lot of time this year talking about COVID-19, the novel coronavirus that caused a worldwide pandemic. But before we faced this tragedy, we had plenty of other airborne illnesses to keep us busy.  At Test4Free.org, we offer no-cost COVID-19 testing, a critical tool in...

Are You Experiencing a Loss of Taste and Smell? You May Need to Get Tested for COVID-19 Oct 20th, 2020

While loss of taste and smell aren’t the most widely known symptoms of COVID-19, they may be the earliest signs. Studies show that the majority of those who test positive for the novel coronavirus also experience diminished or lost sense of smell and taste. Just because you detect a change...