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Can you get the coronavirus from secondhand smoke?

Can you get the coronavirus from secondhand smoke? Experts say that second-hand smoke cannot directly transmit the virus, but an infected smoker may blow out droplets that carry the virus when exhaling. Being able to smell cigarettes can be a red flag that you are too close to the smoker. Respiratory droplets from people talking, coughing or sneezing are considered …

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NIH clinical trials to test antibodies and other experimental therapies for mild and moderate COVID-19

Press Releases Tuesday, August 4, 2020 Initial trials determine whether monoclonal antibodies can reduce the severity of COVID-19 in outpatients. A phase 2 clinical trial will evaluate the safety and efficacy of potential new therapies for COVID-19, including therapeutic therapies based on synthetic monoclonal antibodies (mAbs). Researchers sponsored by the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) formed by …

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A large number of studies have found that vitamin D cannot prevent depression in the elderly

Some researchers once thought that insufficient vitamin D levels might play a role in depression, but a large-scale study of more than 18,000 American adults over the age of 50, published on Tuesday, found that no such effects were found. evidence. Dr. Olivia I. Okereke of the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital said in a press statement: “The …

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These Michigan states are considered COVID-19 hotspots

Although a county in the Upper Peninsula is still at a “critical point” for the level of coronavirus risk, some counties in Michigan are also experiencing an increase in risk. The Harvard Institute of Global Health’s COVID risk level dashboard shows that Macomb, Tuzola and Gladwin counties are all marked in orange, indicating that the risk level of the coronavirus …

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Coronavirus outbreak hits teenagers in Genesee, Oakland, Livingston

Since mid-July, more than 100 adolescents in three counties in southeastern Michigan have tested positive for coronavirus, some of which were reported after attending at least six large indoor and outdoor gatherings (including graduation ceremonies and prom-style events) Yes, health officials said on Tuesday. Officials from the three counties said in the news that the surge of positive COVID-19 cases …

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Arizona has reported 1,008 new coronavirus cases and 66 deaths

File-In the file photo on Wednesday, March 11, 2020, technicians prepared samples of COVID-19 coronavirus patients for testing in a laboratory on Long Island, New York. (AP Photo/John Mitchlow) This is a regularly updated story that contains the latest information, news and updates about the coronavirus and its impact in Arizona and beyond, on Tuesday, August 4. Phoenix-Arizona health authorities …

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The virus outbreak is related to the memorial service and funeral in Chatham: WRAL.com

Pittsboro, North Carolina -County officials said Tuesday that many people who attended the memorial service and funeral in Chatham County tested positive for the coronavirus last month. Officials said the memorial service was held at Bonlee Recreation Park on July 25, and the funeral was held at the Amas Baptist Church in Pittsburgh two days later. Officials said that the …

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West Nile Virus Found in San Gabriel Valley – NBC Los Angeles

Officials from the Mosquito and Vector Control Zone in the San Gabriel Valley announced on Monday that the mosquitoes in Pomona had tested positive for West Nile virus. After finding mosquito-borne diseases during routine tests, control officials encouraged residents to take immediate action to prevent the spread of the epidemic in their communities. SGVMVCD Scientific Program Manager Melissa Doyle said: …

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