Virus

Who Experts Arrive In China To Probe Covid-19 Origins

An advance team from the World Health Organization (WHO) has arrived in China to prepare an investigation into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic.  The virus that causes COVID-19, which is believed to have started in animals before jumping...
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Looking To Volunteer For Coronavirus Vaccine Trial? Here’s Your Chance

Ethen Kim Lieser Health, Americas You could help humanity beat this evil virus. A new website—coronaviruspreventionnetwork.org—has recently launched to allow individuals in the U.S. to register for clinical trials for coronavirus...
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The Us Officially Ended Its V-shaped Recovery And Has Entered A Slower 'healing Phase,' Bank Of...

The third recovery phase will be "one of slower growth, likely in fits and starts," and will be defined by the path of the virus," the bank said.
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Virus Poses Cultural Threat To Brazil’s Amazon People

In the heart of the Brazilian Amazon, the advance of COVID-19 presents indigenous people with a cruel cultural dilemma — remain in their villages with little medical help, or seek safety in the city and risk being deprived of their ancestral...
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Long Tail Of Coronavirus Can Prolong Suffering For Months

They call themselves “long-haulers”, “long-tailers”, or simply survivors. Some have been sick almost as long as the new coronavirus is known to have existed. Six months after the virus began to scorch its way across the...
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Trump’s Health Officials Find Ways To Contradict His Message Downplaying Virus Risks

President Donald Trump’s top health officials can no longer use the White House briefing room as a daily bullhorn for public safety messaging during the pandemic, so they’ve settled on a different strategy: contradict Trump on other...
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'aerosol Boxes' Meant To Protect Covid Health Teams Might Harm Them: Study

THURSDAY, July 9, 2020 -- Aerosol boxes meant to protect health care workers when they intubate COVID-19 patients may actually increase their exposure to airborne virus particles, an Australian study warns. Intubation is done when patients are...
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How Should Hiv Vaccine Trials Be Run In The Prep Era?

(MedPage Today) -- As modalities to prevent HIV infection continue to expand, from oral pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to injectable formulations, trials for HIV vaccines must take these into account and ensure that ethical principles are being...
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Ct Of Coronavirus Disease (covid-19) Versus Ct Of Influenza Virus Pneumonia

A new article investigating the differences in CT findings between coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pneumonia and influenza virus pneumonia found that most lesions from COVID-19 were located in the peripheral zone and close to the pleura, whereas...
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Egypt Arrests Doctors, Silences Critics Over Virus Outbreak

Egyptian security agencies have tried to stifle criticism about the handling of the coronavirus health crisis by President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi's government
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Aha News: Where Do New Viruses Like The Coronavirus Come From?

THURSDAY, July 9, 2020 (American Heart Association News) -- Factors smaller than a cell and as large as the planet are at play when a virus leaps from an animal to a human. The question of how that happened with SARS-CoV-2, which causes the...
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Study Suggests Pregnant Women Can Pass The Coronavirus To Their Fetus

A small study of 31 women with COVID-19 in Italy found signs of the virus in samples of umbilical cord blood, the placenta and, in one case, breast milk.
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Global Wildlife Surveillance Could Provide Early Warning For Next Pandemic

Researchers propose a decentralized, global wildlife biosurveillance system to identify -- before the next pandemic emerges -- animal viruses that have the potential to cause human disease.
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Bill Nye Offers Advice On How Not To Catch Or Spread The Virus

To children of the '90s, Bill Nye The Science Guy was an icon of breaking it down. You want to understand volcanoes, phases of matter, or evolution? Bill Nye was your (science) guy. But Nye's qualifications don't end at TV show host for kiddos. He's...
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Weight Gain Seen With Taf Regimen For Hiv

(MedPage Today) -- Women with HIV tended to gain more weight than men when treated with an antiretroviral therapy that included tenofovir alafenamide (TAF) when compared with other standard-of-care therapies in South Africa, researchers reported...
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Tulsa Covid Outbreak

Via the AP: Health official: Trump rally ‘likely’ source of virus surge President Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Tulsa in late June that drew thousands of participants and large protests “likely contributed” to a...
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Surge In Virus Strains Hospitals In Several States

“Coronavirus patients are pouring into hospitals across the American South and West, straining front-line doctors and nurses and draining supplies of protective gear and testing equipment, according to health-care workers around the...
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Airborne Coronavirus Transmission Raises New Questions And Worries

Half a year into the pandemic, it’s well-accepted that coronavirus can be spread when an infected person expels respiratory droplets by coughing or sneezing.But can the virus be transmitted in microscopically small droplets that are released into...
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Trump Is Forcing The Cdc To Ease School Reopening Guidelines Despite Experts' Warnings That Kids...

Public health experts warn that we don't know enough about how the virus impacts kids, but we do know schools could create "super-spreading" locations.
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Universal Access Prep Slowed Hiv In African Communities

(MedPage Today) -- A universal access program offering HIV prevention at community-based HIV testing sites in rural African communities significantly reduced the incidence of HIV infections compared with expected infections, especially among women...
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