Health


 

7 tips for accurate density determination of jewelry, precious metals, and more

Using your balance to determine the density of solids such as precious metals and jewelry has never been easier. However, setting certain simple parameters prior to the measurement can help ensure your density determination exercises are highly accurate as well.
Tags: Health


Loss of smell may be related to neuroinvasive propensity of SARS-CoV-2

The novel coronavirus has rapidly infected millions over the world in over 187 countries and territories, causing hundreds of thousands of deaths. One of the often-neglected and under-reported symptoms of the virus is the loss of the sense of smell or anosmia. Now, a new study out of Germany published on the preprint server medRxiv in April 2020 provides a quantified estimate of the magnitude of anosmia as a symptom of the coronavirus.
Tags: Health, Germany


Uncovering immune cell reactions in COVID-19

A new study published on the preprint server medRxiv in April 2020 suggests that an overactive immune response is responsible for the more severe manifestations of the illness.
Tags: Health


Asymptomatic carriers transmit SARS-CoV-2 with normal breathing

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) first emerged in a seafood market in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, in December 2019. Since then, it has spread to 187 countries, infecting more than 3.58 million people. The novel coronavirus spreads rapidly partly due to asymptomatic carriers. Now a new study shows that asymptomatic carriers may transmit the virus by merely breathing.
Tags: Health, Wuhan City Hubei Province China


Key coronavirus model doubles projected US deaths to 134,000 as social distancing fades

An important coronavirus model from the IHME at the University of Washington has doubled its forecast for US deaths after states started relaxing social disatncing rules.
Tags: Health, US, University of Washington, IHME


Loss of smell should listed as early symptom of COVID-19

Though the two common symptoms are cough and fever, recent studies and reports point to a loss of smell as a symptom early in the disease process. A team of researchers at the Technical University Dresden (TU Dresden) revealed that the sudden loss of smell is experienced by many patients infected with the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).
Tags: Health, Technical University Dresden TU Dresden


Human endemic coronavirus reinfection possible after recovery

The novel coronavirus started spreading in December 2019, and since then, it has rippled across the globe, affecting 187 countries and territories, and infecting more than 3.18 million people. However, the behavior and mechanism of the virus, including whether it provides adaptive immunity, is still unclear. There have been reports of reinfection out of South Korea and Japan
Tags: Health, South Korea


Dead virus fragments are causing COVID-19 reinfection false positives

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has ravaged across the globe, infecting a staggering 3.5 million people, and taking over 251,000 lives. One of the most significant concerns in this global pandemic is the possibility of reinfection as previous reports in South Korea and Japan show people testing positive with the coronavirus again.
Tags: Health, South Korea, Japan


Granblue Fans Share Cosplay for the Air Granblue Fantasy Fes EX 2020

The cancellation of Granblue Fantasy Fes EXTRA 2020 has been met with sadness from hardcore Granblue Fantasy fans while skilled cosplayers instead chose to cherish the event by sharing photos of their cosplay from home, an alternate means of celebration that fans will likely adopt for all events as the Chinese virus continues to be […]
Tags: Health, Games, Internet, Events, Anime, Cosplay, Image Gallery, Granblue Fantasy, Coronavirus


Analysis of India's battle with COVID-19

A new paper published on the preprint server medRxiv in April 2020 suggests, based on mathematical models, that premature removal of lockdown restrictions in India could be highly counterproductive, enhancing the secondary spread of COVID-19, pushing up the number of fatalities and prolonging the course of the pandemic in India.
Tags: Health, India


Study reveals an unprecedented pace and openness in COVID-19 research

The early academic response to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) was specified by research aiming to define the disease, with prompt response from all scholarly publishing stakeholders and short manuscript turnaround times, shows a new study available on the medRxiv* preprint server.
Tags: Health


An outdated law is limiting our coronavirus response

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to expose shortcomings in our health care system, an outdated law in many states limits the ability of specific health care workers, physician assistants (PAs), to deploy and provide emergency care. In Washington State, a PA must have a delegation agreement filed with the Department of Health, which identifies a […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Policy, Infectious Disease, Washington State, Department Of Health, Primary Care, PA NP, CRNA, COVID-19 Coronavirus


A study from China shows just how contagious the n...

A study from China shows just how contagious the novel coronavirus can be in places like restaurants, where people spend prolonged periods of time.
Tags: Health, China


New information on viral antigens could improve COVID-19 testing

Researchers in France and China have characterized antibody responses to a wide range of antigens present on severe acute respiratory syndrome-related coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) among patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Tags: Health, France, China


Coronavirus: Thanking healthcare workers worldwide

Some of the ways that people have expressed thanks to workers on the frontline against Covid-19.
Tags: Health


Beyond awareness, we need to drive change in mental health 

While 1 in 5 Americans live with a mental illness and almost half of U.S. adults will experience one during their lifetime, the events of the past several weeks remind us that raising awareness around mental health is critical for everyone. While it’s hard to look into the future in the middle of a crisis, […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Psychiatry, Conditions, PA NP, CRNA


Formlabs gets FDA emergency use authorization for a 3D-printed ventilator conversion part

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has awarded Formlabs an emergency use authorization (EUA) for a 3D-printed part designed to convert BiPAP machines designed for sleep apnea into much-needed ventilators. The offering was one of dozens of ventilators and accessories granted such authorization over the weekend. The company plans to devote 150 3D printers at its Somerville, Mass. plant to producing the part, which it says it will then distribute to hospitals and local governments throughout...
Tags: Health, Tech, 3d Printing, Fda, Formlabs, U S Food and Drug Administration, Somerville Mass, EUA, Max Lobovsky, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Are we letting our hearts rule our minds in the time of COVID-19?

One month ago, I made a video telling people to stay home to slow the spread of COVID-19. Today I’m making a video telling people to not stay home with life-threatening symptoms of other diseases. This is because patients are now more terrified of getting the virus than dying of a heart attack or stroke. […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Infectious Disease, Physician, PA NP, CRNA, COVID-19 Coronavirus


More than 72% of the world's students are no longe...

More than 72% of the world's students are no longer receiving their typical education, according to UNESCO. Because of the novel coronavirus, schools in 186 countries closed down — some for the remainder of the academic year.
Tags: Health, Unesco


AI tool automatically diagnoses atrial fibrillation and other ECG abnormalities

Artificial intelligence may be an aid to interpreting ECG results, helping healthcare staff to diagnose diseases that affect the heart.
Tags: Health


Artificial intelligence model can distinguish between pneumonia and COVID-19 from chest x-rays

A research team from Valencia's Polytechnic University, from the CVBLab, has developed a predictive artificial intelligence model that can tell the difference between healthy patients, those who are ill with pneumonia and those who have COVID-19, from chest x-rays.
Tags: Health, Valencia, Polytechnic University


New technology enables visualization of small structures inside whole cells and tissues

Since Robert Hooke's first description of a cell in Micrographia 350 years ago, microscopy has played an important role in understanding the rules of life.
Tags: Health, Robert Hooke, Micrographia


Meditation combined with aerobic exercise reduces stress in medical students

Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School student Paul Lavadera expected his career would put him on the front lines of dealing with medical emergencies.
Tags: Health, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Paul Lavadera


Rice scientist wins federal grant for eye research

A Rice University researcher has won a prestigious federal grant to study how a recently identified protein in the cornea aids development, homeostasis and wound healing in the eye.
Tags: Health, Rice University


Coronavirus model projects 134,000 deaths in US, nearly double its last estimate

An influential coronavirus model often cited by the White House is now forecasting that 134,000 people will die of Covid-19 in the United States, nearly double its previous prediction.
Tags: Health, White House, US, United States, COVID


French doctors say they found a Covid-19 patient from December

There's new evidence that the coronavirus may have been in France weeks earlier than was previously thought.
Tags: Health, France


A lab at Florida Atlantic University is simulating...

A lab at Florida Atlantic University is simulating a human cough to understand how far and fast cough droplets can spread.
Tags: Health, Florida Atlantic University


Stringent social distancing measures in Louisville are saving lives, study finds

A new modeling study by the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences and the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health & Wellness (LMPHW) indicates that stringent social distancing measures the city put in place in March have significantly slowed the spread of COVID-19 in the city.
Tags: Health, Louisville


Scientists develop a highly sensitive COVID-19 diagnostic platform

Cima Universidad de Navarra researchers have developed a large-scale, highly sensitive COVID-19 diagnostic platform more efficient than the commercial PCR test kits currently available.
Tags: Health, Cima Universidad de Navarra


New COVID-19 study focuses on the impact of social distancing in older adults

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on social contact, loneliness, wellbeing and physical activity in older adults will be the focus of a new University of Stirling study.
Tags: Health, University of Stirling



Filters
show more filters
May - 2020
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
    123
45678910
11121314151617
18192021222324
25262728293031
June - 2020
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
1234567
891011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
2930     
July - 2020
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
  12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
2728293031