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Some researchers say that masks and previous vaccines may suppress Covid-19

As US leaders work to control the spread of the coronavirus, researchers around the world are working to solve the mystery surrounding the infection. © Mario Tama/Getty Images On July 15, 2020, in Los Angeles, California, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the staff of the St. John’s Healthy Children and Family Center prepares to test a woman’s COVID at a …

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American Red Cross issues plasma request

According to reports, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is about to issue an emergency use authorization to use restorative plasma to treat coronavirus patients. While hospitals and doctors use experimental therapies as part of research or according to compassionate use agreements, this move by the FDA will make this therapy easier and more widely used. Plasma is the …

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In COVID-19, diabetic patients have difficulty getting insulin

For 26-year-old Adam Winney, 26, who has type 1 diabetes, shopping for groceries at the beginning of the pandemic is a daunting task. Everything was sold out, except for one food he couldn’t eat. Van Nuys residents said: “The only thing left is carbohydrates, carbohydrates and carbohydrates.” “I have never been more angry than in March.” For the record: August …

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Utah reported another 362 COVID-19 cases and 4 deaths on Tuesday

Salt Lake City-After the summer peak, Utah continues to see promising trends in new COVID-19 cases, even though Utahans are now undergoing inspections at a lower rate than in the early days of the pandemic. According to data from the Utah Department of Health, the number of COVID-19 cases in Utah on Tuesday increased by 362 from Monday, and there …

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California coronavirus patients receive global trial drug combination therapy: “We are looking for a gold medal”

According to a recent report, researchers at the University of California, San Francisco are testing a two-drug combination in the hope that it will become a “gold medal” against the coronavirus. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, last week, the first patient of UCSF received a combination of the antiviral drug remdesivir and interferon beta, a drug used to treat …

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WHO says routine dental work is postponed due to virus risk

The World Health Organization has stated that routine, unnecessary dental work should be postponed until the Covid-19 transmission rate has sufficiently decreased, and cautioned against procedures that produce aerosol sprays from patients’ mouths. The WHO stated that examinations, tooth cleaning and preventive care may be postponed because it has issued guidelines to dentists on how to minimize the risk of …

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WHO urges to postpone routine dental check-ups until COVID risks are known

File picture: A dentist tends to be treated at Silveroaks Dental Surgery because the virus will be treated in Milton Keynes after the outbreak of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in Milton Keynes, UK on June 8, 2020. Aerosol formation assessment. REUTERS/Andrew Boyce/File Photo The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday that as dentists resume work in areas where the COVID-19 …

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21-year-old Florida man recovers from organ failure with mild COVID-19 symptoms

Author: Nexstar Media Wire and CNN Newsource Published on: August 11, 2020 / 02:18 Eastern Daylight Time / Update: August 11, 2020 / 02:32 PM Eastern Daylight Time Cocoa, Florida (CNN)-Spencer Rollyson said he experienced mild COVID-19 symptoms in May and didn’t think much about it. 21-year-old Rollyson said: “I had symptoms for a few days, and the symptoms disappeared …

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UCSF researchers invented coronavirus antiviral drug in nasal spray

Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco reported on Tuesday that they have formulated a nasal spray that can help fight the coronavirus. They are working with business partners to make it manufactured and clinically tested. They call the spray AeroNabs. This is not a cure, but an antiviral drug designed to prevent COVID-19, a respiratory disease that kills …

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