Wednesday, July 6, 2022

COVID-19

COVID exposure in the womb leads to neurodevelopmental changes

Effectively they react slightly differently to being held or cuddled.

COVID-19 deaths among the elderly may be due to genetic limits on cell division

Study uses a model that virtually examined the relation of T-cell clonal expansion with COVID-19 mortality.

Health experts call for focusing on Children’s physical fitness

Following concerning changes to children's health and physical fitness post COVID-19

Singing techniques can improve the quality of life and breathlessness after COVID-19

Arts-in-health interventions can be effective tools for carefully selected participants.

Differentiating antibody targets using Machine Learning Model

The new approach successfully differentiates between antibodies against influenza and those attacking SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

A simple ECG can pinpoint the risk of mortality in hospitalized COVID-19 patients

Study identifies hospitalised COVID-19 patients at elevated mortality risk.

Study identifies how COVID-19 affect people’s ability to smell

Good news for patients who want to recover their sense of smell.

Some patients with long COVID have lasting nerve damage

Almost all post-COVID neuropathy is linked to a potentially treatable immune dysfunction.

One in three young people stayed happier during lockdown

Potential contributing factors include feeling less lonely, and getting more sleep and exercise.

Scientists have designed a molecule for the treatment of COVID-19

The molecule is effective against both the new variant and previously identified coronaviruses.

Astronomers observed the final moments of planetary remnants for 1st time

A new study confirms decades of indirect evidence for debris from disintegrating planets hurtling into white dwarfs across the galaxy.

Study found a strong connection between COVID-19 mortality risk and obesity

Those from ethnic minorities who have a higher BMI were most at risk of dying from COVID-19.

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