Many Latinos take a look at positive for coronavirus in San Francisco
During a four-day period, a team of community workers and volunteers with San Francisco’s Latino Task Force and infectious disease specialists at UC San Francisco tested 4,160 residents and workers for the novel coronavirus in a census tract of the city’s Mission District.They found that 2.1% of those tested were positive; yet it was the…
Wearable, wireless COVID-19 symptom tracker could presumably well also aid place refined signs of illness
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Covid-19: Is the worst at the aid of or ahead for US?
WASHINGTON: Two important scientific discoveries relating to the coronavirus, coming amid a declining death count from the pandemic, is indicating the worst could be behind us, although experts are warning that taking the foot off-key mitigation measures will result in a spike or a second wave of infections. In one breakthrough, researchers at Arizona State…
Does nicotine offer protection to us against coronavirus?
If you noticed headlines recently suggesting smoking could protect against COVID-19, you might have been surprised. After all, we know smoking is bad for our health. It’s a leading risk factor for heart disease, lung disease and many cancers. Smoking also reduces our immunity, and makes us more susceptible to respiratory infections including pneumonia. And…
Oregon’s first identified coronavirus affected person discharged from clinic
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