3 Covid-19 Trials Have Been Paused for Safety. That’s a Good Thing.

October 15, 2020

NY Times Health   |    By Carl Zimmer    |    Oct. 14, 2020, 12:36 p.m. ET Experts were comforted that companies are following safety precautions. They pointed out that pauses in vaccine

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Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: How COVID Spreads Indoors

October 7, 2020

   October 6, 2020  |   Frank Diamond While reiterating that SARS-CoV-2 most commonly spreads through close contact (less than 6 feet, and for about 15 minutes) with a symptomatic or

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Early evidence indicates that COVID-19 is impacting communities of color at much higher rates than the population at large.

September 10, 2020

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Website (https://www.nationalacademies.org/resource/conversations-on-covid-19-impacts-on-communities-of-color) While much is still unknown about the virus causing the current pandemic, according to data from the CDC, we do know

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COVID-19 Frequently asked questions answered

July 8, 2020

The New York Times | The Coronavirus Outbreak  |  July 8, 2020 Frequently Asked Questions Is the coronavirus airborne? The coronavirus can stay aloft for hours in tiny droplets in stagnant

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Staying Active While Social Distancing: Questions and Answers

July 8, 2020

During our new way of life, as we deal with the novel coronavirus, it is quite important that we remember that life is not only about the virus. For many

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Airborne Coronavirus: What You Should Do Now

July 8, 2020

The New York Times  |  The Coronavirus Outbreak  |  By Apoorva Mandavilli  |  July 6, 2020 Leer en español The coronavirus can stay aloft for hours in tiny droplets in stagnant air, infecting

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COVID-19 and Health Equity — Serving the Underserved, Poorly Served, and Never Served

June 10, 2020

National Academies of Sciences Engineering and Medicine  |  Feature Story | May 5, 2020  |  By Stephanie Miceli The novel coronavirus has been called “the great equalizer,” when in reality, it has only

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From Camping To Dining Out: Here’s How Experts Rate The Risks Of 14 Summer Activities

June 3, 2020

 Shots    HEALTH NEWS FROM NPR THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS May 23, 20201:55 PM ET  |   ALLISON AUBREY, LAUREL WAMSLEY, CARMEL WROTH 6-Minute Listen  Download Meredith Miotke for NPR It has been around two months

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As states reopen, here’s how you protect yourself from the coming surge

May 7, 2020

Food for thought…. When/As the rules are being relaxed, and just because you will now be allowed to go out in public doesn’t mean you should. Is this the right

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Receptors for SARS-CoV-2 Present in Wide Variety of Human Cells

May 2, 2020

The SCIENTIST  Chris Baraniuk  Apr 29, 2020 Analyses from single-cell sequencing datasets support the idea that COVID-19 is not just a respiratory disease but an illness that can affect multiple organs.  When the

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