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- 19.08.2020 г.
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U.S. drugmaker Pfizer and partner BioNTech say their COVID-19 vaccine candidate is on track for regulatory review as soon as October, if it continues to provide positive results. If you suffer from heart failure, try to stay calm. Stress and anger may make your condition worse, a new study suggests. With more farmers and food handlers testing positive for the coronavirus, consumers wonder if food is safe to eat. The rapid home tests are not as accurate as the common lab tests done now, but can psoriasis usually detect when an individual has enough of the virus to be contagious.
This is OCR's seventh resolution with a state regarding discrimination concerns during COVID-19. Kids with disabilities often require more support, some of which cannot be delivered remotely, putting them at greater risk of struggling during the pandemic. Lung cancer rates across the United States are now lower for Black women than White women, an analysis published Thursday by JNCI Cancer Spectrum found. Erectile dysfunction drugs such as Viagra, Cialis and Levitra may do more than restore sexual function -- they may also prolong the lives of men with colon cancer. Nearly one-third of all American high school students used e-cigarettes in 2019, according to data released Thursday by the U.S.
About 20% of all COVID-19 infections in Georgia during the early stages of the outbreak were "directly" linked with 2% of the cases, according to a study published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Health experts warn that researchers will need to overcome various challenges -- such as HIPAA and digital access to medical data -- before artificial intelligence can be used to combat COVID-19.
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Health experts are leaning toward the notion that neck gaiters are likely less effective in reducing the spread of respiratory droplets for COVID-19, though they say more research is needed. There is limited knowledge about the effectiveness in the use of UVC lamps to inactivate the virus causing COVID-19, the FDA warns. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention may once again collect coronavirus-related hospital data, one White House official said. Parents of special needs children attending remote classes are increasingly concerned that their kids won't get services such as speech and physical therapy.
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