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Higher perceived risk for COVID-19 infection linked to greater depressive symptoms

1 month ago   |   By Healio

People from a socioeconomically disadvantaged area had a higher perceived COVID-19 infection risk linked to greater depressive symptoms during the first 6 weeks of quarantine, according to study results published in Psychological Medicine.
“The South African response to coronavirus was swift and assertive in testing, tracing and quarantining those infected with COVID-19,” Andrew Wooyoung Kim, a PhD candidate in the department of anthropology at Northwestern University, and colleagues wrote. “Despite the rapid and effective public health response at the onset of the pandemic,
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Illinois Will Share Data About COVID-19 Outbreaks in Schools

1 month ago   |   By Medscape

As educators and parents assess the risk of returning to the classroom, some felt frustrated by the lack of public data about COVID-19 in schools.
ProPublica
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FDA approves remdesivir, the first drug for treating COVID-19

1 month ago   |   By ABC News


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Coronavirus updates LIVE: Victoria case average continues to fall as third wave of COVID-19 ravages US; Australian death toll stands at 905

1 month ago   |   By Sydney Morning Herald

Live music is back on the menu at Victoria's regional pubs, while a war of words has erupted between three state premiers over hotel quarantine expenses. Follow our live coronavirus coverage here.
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Who is being left out of COVID-19 research?

1 month ago   |   By Healio

As scientists test treatments and vaccines against COVID-19, we asked Infectious Disease News Editorial Board Member Peter Chin-Hong, MD, professor of medicine and director of the transplant infectious disease program at the University of California, San Francisco, which populations are being left out of COVID-19 research and what needs to happen to make the process more inclusive.
One of the most important features to assess whether a research study passes muster is generalizability. The first thing I usually do is turn to Table 1 - often the part of the paper that lists demographic and
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Down syndrome associated with 10-fold increased risk for COVID-19 mortality

1 month ago   |   By Healio

People with Down syndrome were more likely than those without the disorder to be hospitalized and die from COVID-19-related complications, according to a new report published in Annals of Internal Medicine.
Julia Hippisley-Cox, MD, professor of clinical epidemiology and general practice in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford, and colleagues estimated that Down syndrome was associated with a four-fold increased risk for COVID-19-related hospitalization and 10-fold increased risk for COVID-19-related mortality.
“Although the results are from
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Physicians Among COVID Long-Haulers

Physicians Among COVID Long-Haulers

1 month ago   |   By MedPageToday

Months after he first developed COVID-19 symptoms in March, Paul Garner, MD, of Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine in England, still feels the effects of the disease.
Garner, who is also a coordinating editor of the Cochrane...
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First DEATH reported in AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine trial, but human experimentation will continue anyway

First DEATH reported in AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine trial, but human experimentation will continue anyway

1 month ago   |   By Natural News

The hasty, unethical covid-19 vaccine trials have produced their first human casualty. Brazilian authorities confirmed the first death in AstraZeneca's covid-19 vaccine trial. The death was reported to authorities on October 19th - four days after the death actually occurred. The victim was a 28-year-old man from Rio de Janeiro. The vaccine...
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