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Fauci: 5 reasons to wear masks during the pandemic

The White House said: “We will not control this epidemic.” But Dr. Anthony Fauci disagreed, the scientific evidence was on his side. Fauci of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and two of his colleagues co-authored JAMA’s new perspective on Monday. In it, they put forward the reasons why the combination of “low-tech” coronavirus countermeasures (including masks, evacuation …

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Iowa reports 22 deaths and 1,178 positive coronavirus cases

In the next half an hour, we will communicate with GREENFIELD. Eric (ERIC): Until the official week of Election Day. This year, voters will go to the polling station with many questions. Of course, the pandemic will be the center. Before you enter the ballot box, the CDC has new guidelines. KCCI’s TOMMIE CLARK was broadcast live at the Polk …

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Study finds that more than 80% of COVID-19 patients lack vitamin D

A new study found that more than 80% of 200 COVID-19 patients hospitalized in Spain have low vitamin D levels. The study was published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism on Tuesday. The study found that in a hospital in the northern city of Santander, most patients treated for COVID-19 suffered from vitamin D deficiency. Researchers at the …

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COVID Update | California’s reopening system advances in 7 counties

In the last week of the governor. We have 12 counties that choose purple, actually two counties, actually from the red tear of the 14th week of the red tear back to the 23 counties of the purple tear, and today the yellow orange and 9 counties. We have nine counties in purple. Therefore, 3 counties are actually moving forward, …

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The cognitive cost of COVID?Some patients’ brains may age 10 years

LONDON (Reuters)-Researchers warned on Tuesday that people who have recovered from COVID-19 may suffer severe brain effects. The most severe cases of infection are related to mental weakness, equivalent to 10 years of brain aging. A patient with Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) who was treated at the CHU de Liege Hospital in Liege, Belgium on October 27, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman A …

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New Jersey has reported 1,663 new COVID-19 cases and 14 deaths. More than 1,000 positive tests for 10 consecutive days.

New Jersey reported another 1,663 coronavirus cases and 14 additional deaths on Tuesday. This is more than 1,000 new positive tests for 1,000 consecutive days-something that has never happened in the state since the beginning of May. The COVID-19 hospitalization rate in Garden State exceeded 900 for the second day in a row, and the statewide transmission rate rose again …

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Expert tips on how to prevent COVID-19 this winter

With the cooler weather and the surge in coronavirus cases in the United States and around the world, many people worry about what winter will bring: In addition to flu season and worries about indoor gatherings, the spread of the virus is increasing and hospitals are becoming overwhelmed with patients. Today, many experts in the fields of health and mental …

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Some Covid survivors’ antibodies attack the body, not the virus

A new study found that some survivors of Covid-19 have worrying signs that their immune systems have turned on their bodies, reminiscent of debilitating diseases such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. At a certain point, The study showed that the body’s defense system of these patients began to attack themselves instead of viruses. Patients are producing molecules called “autoantibodies” that …

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Mosquitoes in Santa Barbara test positive for West Nile virus

Source: Santa Barbara County Mosquito and Vector Management District According to data from the Santa Barbara County Mosquito and Vector Management District, a mosquito sample collected from a trap in Santa Barbara tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV). As part of the ongoing surveillance of the recently discovered invading Aedes aegypti mosquitoes discovered earlier this month, these mosquitoes were …

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