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How to Invest in Diamonds and Why Now is the Best Time to Do It

The valuable diamond stone popularized for its great beauty is one of the hardest materials found in nature. Beauty and almost indestructible compounds are two compelling reasons that make it unique, but also the difficult-to-access quality, this due to its scarcity that threatens to provide us with more of these crystalline stones for just a few more decades. For this reason, people from all over the world are committed to investing in diamond , taking it into account as a high-value asset that may even be better valued as times go by. Learn what exactly this type of investment refers to and why we are in one of the most ideal economic times to think about it. Investments in diamonds Investments in this category are not new at all. In fact, nowadays more and more people join the list of those who prefer to buy and sell not only diamond, but any type of gemstone or mineral as part of attractive long-term investments. These are, then, years of economic and inventive revolution

Why do you lose your taste and smell when you have COVID-19?

It disappears overnight: there is no pleasant aroma of fresh coffee in the morning, nor its bitter taste strangely comforting. What would you do if you suddenly lost these senses? The answer is becoming more familiar to people across the country, as we continue to learn about the coronavirus (COVID-19), its symptoms and long-term effects. In recent months, we have seen an increase in COVID-19 cases where the accompanying anosmia (loss of smell) and ageusia (decreased sense of taste) are persistent symptoms. This development puzzles both specialists and civilians, especially since COVID-19 presents a wide variety of symptoms and levels of severity. So why losing taste and smell affects most COVID-19 patients before the other systems appear? We're taking a closer look at this quirky COVID-19 clue: Why did this happen? More than six million people with mild to moderate COVID-19 infections reported problems with their sense of smell, and a similar number of people reported change