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A Liverpool-led study provides evidence th... more»A Liverpool-led study provides evidence that the 'twinfection' of influenza and COVID-19 may exacerbate the health risk associated with COVID-19. «less
Oct 17, 2020
The method, published on the preprint serv... more»The method, published on the preprint server MedRxiv, is able to differentiate with high accuracy SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19, from negative clinical samples, as well as from other common respiratory pathogens such as influenza and seasonal human coronaviruses. «less
Oct 17, 2020
A new article by Columbia Mailman School r... more»A new article by Columbia Mailman School researchers Jeffrey Shaman and Marta Galanti explores the potential for the COVID-19 virus to become endemic, a regular feature producing recurring outbreaks in humans. «less
Oct 17, 2020
There's more evidence that blood type may ... more»There's more evidence that blood type may affect a person's risk for COVID-19 and severe illness from the disease. The findings are reported in a pair of studies published Oct. 14 in the journal Blood Advances. «less
Oct 17, 2020
The study's authors found that asymptomati... more»The study's authors found that asymptomatic patients hosted viral loads comparable to those of symptomatic patients, but asymptomatic patients showed higher levels of lymphocytes , cleared the viral particles faster, and had lower risks of long-term complications. «less
Oct 17, 2020
Autopsy, airway suctioning, and cardiopulm... more»Autopsy, airway suctioning, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation are among the list of medical procedures that pose a risk of spreading COVID-19 from a patient to their healthcare provider by creating aerosols, according to new research. «less
Oct 16, 2020
Results of a retrospective analysis sugges... more»Results of a retrospective analysis suggest that people born with a heart defect who developed COVID-19 symptoms had a low risk of moderate or severe COVID-19 infection, according to a new article published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association, an open access journal of the AHA. «less
Oct 16, 2020
The probability that an obese person will ... more»The probability that an obese person will develop severe COVID-19 is high regardless of age, sex, ethnicity, and the presence of co-morbidities such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart or lung disease, according to a study by Brazilian researchers. «less
Oct 16, 2020
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