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An outpatient study is reporting a combination of zinc, hydroxychloroquine, and  [...]

An outpatient study is reporting a combination of zinc, hydroxychloroquine, and [...]

An outpatient study is reporting a combination of zinc, hydroxychloroquine, and azithromycin significantly reduces hospitalization and death for COVID-19 posit [...] Read full article: An outpatient study is reporting a combi...→

COVID-19 antibodies may fade in as little as 2 months, study says

COVID-19 antibodies may fade in as little as 2 months, study says

A new study suggests that antibodies may fade in as little as two months after infection in certain people who have recovered from the coronavirus. Read full article: COVID-19 antibodies may fade in as littl...→

Study: COVID-19 Sparked Rise in Anti-Semitism

Study: COVID-19 Sparked Rise in Anti-Semitism

Think tank researchers at the Kantor Center at Tel Aviv University found that people are blaming the Jews and Israel for causing the virus or alleging that Jew [...] Read full article: Study: COVID-19 Sparked Rise in Anti-Sem...→

Yale Partners With NBA to Study Saliva-Based COVID-19 Test

Yale Partners With NBA to Study Saliva-Based COVID-19 Test

Yale School of Public Health researchers have developed a COVID-19 testing method called SalivaDirect and will be using the volunteers from the National Basket [...] Read full article: Yale Partners With NBA to Study Saliva-B...→

Vitamin D deficiency unlikely to fully explain COVID-19's effect on people of color: Study

Vitamin D deficiency unlikely to fully explain COVID-19's effect on people of color: Study

Vitamin D deficiency unlikely to fully explain COVID-19's effect on people of color; 94% of doctors who died from COVID 19 in UK were people of color. Read full article: Vitamin D deficiency unlikely to fully e...→

Coronavirus antibodies start to decrease 'within 2 to 3 months' following COVID-19 infection: study

Coronavirus antibodies start to decrease 'within 2 to 3 months' following COVID-19 infection: study

Those who contract the novel coronavirus and recover may only have protective antibodies for a few months following a COVID-19 infection, according to a study [...] Read full article: Coronavirus antibodies start to decrease...→

Mayo Clinic Study Finds Using Convalescent Plasma To Treat COVID-19 Appears Safe

Mayo Clinic Study Finds Using Convalescent Plasma To Treat COVID-19 Appears Safe

The study assessed patients at risk for severe or life-threatening effects, seven days after their plasma transfusion. They found mortality rates declined to 8 [...] Read full article: Mayo Clinic Study Finds Using Convalesce...→

Cheap drug turns out to save COVID patients’ lives in U.K. study

Dexamethasone treatment reduced deaths by a third among patients on ventilators and by a fifth among those receiving oxygen only, the study showed.... U.K. Hea [...] Read full article: Cheap drug turns out to save COVID patie...→

Md. scientists want to study whether polio vaccine temporarily halts COVID-19 spread | WTOP

Two scientists from Maryland are pursuing funding to determine whether the vaccine used against polio could offer temporary protection against COVID-19. Read full article: Md. scientists want to study whether pol...→

FDA pulls emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine in treating COVID-19

FDA pulls emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine in treating COVID-19

The FDA has ended an emergency use authorization (EUA) order for hydroxychloroquine, saying that the agency has determined that drug is "unlikely to be effecti [...] Read full article: FDA pulls emergency use authorization fo...→

Study: Zinc, HCQ, Z-Pack Cocktail Effective Early Vs. COVID-19

Study: Zinc, HCQ, Z-Pack Cocktail Effective Early Vs. COVID-19

An outpatient study is reporting a combination of zinc, hydroxychloroquine, and azithromycin significantly reduces hospitalization and death for COVID-19 posit [...] Read full article: Study: Zinc, HCQ, Z-Pack Cocktail Effect...→

"No evidence" Black Lives Matter protests caused COVID-19 spike: Study

The research is the first to examine public health fears that the U.S. protests would accelerate the spread of the new coronavirus. Read full article: "No evidence" Black Lives Matter protest...→

Study suggests 80% of COVID-19 cases in the US went undetected in March | WTOP

A new study suggests that as many as 8.7 million Americans came down with coronavirus in March, but more than 80% of them were never diagnosed. Read full article: Study suggests 80% of COVID-19 cases in ...→

UK Study: Are Vitamin D Deficient Minorities More Vulnerable to COVID-19?

UK Study: Are Vitamin D Deficient Minorities More Vulnerable to COVID-19?

After being revealed 94% of United Kingdom doctors who died from COVID-19 infections were black, Asian, and minorities, a study is exploring whether vitamin D [...] Read full article: UK Study: Are Vitamin D Deficient Minori...→

NIH Halts HCQ Study in Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients

NIH Halts HCQ Study in Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients

The National Institutes of Health has halted its study into the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for COVID-19, Politico reports. Read full article: NIH Halts HCQ Study in Hospitalized COVI...→

Babies with COVID-19 tend to have mild illness, study finds

Babies with COVID-19 tend to have mild illness, study finds

Infants under three months old who test positive for COVID-19 tend to do well, mostly showing only a fever and few respiratory symptoms, a new study reveals. Read full article: Babies with COVID-19 tend to have mild i...→

Wearing masks significantly curbs the spread of COVID-19, study says

Wearing masks significantly curbs the spread of COVID-19, study says

A new study out of the University of California, San Diego, suggests the best way to curb the spread of coronavirus is by wearing a mask. Read full article: Wearing masks significantly curbs the sp...→

Asymptomatic COVID-19 patients have weaker immune response, China study finds

Asymptomatic COVID-19 patients have weaker immune response, China study finds

Asymptomatic coronavirus patients have a weaker immune response to the virus and shed the disease for up to five days longer than symptomatic cases, according [...] Read full article: Asymptomatic COVID-19 patients have weak...→

Study: There May Be No Immunity to COVID-19

Study: There May Be No Immunity to COVID-19

An eye-opening study conducted by Chinese and American researchers reveals that people who get COVID-19 may not develop antibodies that could offer them immuni [...] Read full article: Study: There May Be No Immunity to COVID...→

Certain blood type may limit risk from COVID-19, other may hurt, study suggests

Certain blood type may limit risk from COVID-19, other may hurt, study suggests

A team of scientists conducting a genetic analysis of coronavirus patients found that having a certain blood type may impact the risk you have of developing th [...] Read full article: Certain blood type may limit risk from C...→

Study: Mask Mandate Likely Prevented Hundreds of Thousands of COVID-19 Cases

Study: Mask Mandate Likely Prevented Hundreds of Thousands of COVID-19 Cases

A new study reveals that there was a "significant decline in daily COVID-19 growth rate after mandating facial covers in public." The study authors estimated t [...] Read full article: Study: Mask Mandate Likely Prevented Hun...→

Mayo Clinic Expert Backs Revoking Hydroxychloroquine as COVID-19 Treatment

Mayo Clinic Expert Backs Revoking Hydroxychloroquine as COVID-19 Treatment

Mayo Clinic COVID-19 Research Task Force chair Dr. Andrew Badley told Fox Business on Tuesday that he supports the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s decision [...] Read full article: Mayo Clinic Expert Backs Revoking Hydrox...→

UK study: First drug proves able to improve survival from COVID-19

UK study: First drug proves able to improve survival from COVID-19

Results were announced Tuesday and researchers said they would publish them soon. The study is a large, strict test that randomly assigned 2,104 patients to ge [...] Read full article: UK study: First drug proves able to impr...→

MIT Study: Race An Important Factor In Determining Who Dies From Covid-19

MIT Study: Race An Important Factor In Determining Who Dies From Covid-19

A new study finds that race may be just as important in determining if someone will die from the coronavirus as age and preexisting conditions. Read full article: MIT Study: Race An Important Factor In D...→

Max Minute: New Study From NYU Winthrop Hospital Suggests Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Could Be Alternative To Ventilator In Treating COVID-19

Max Minute: New Study From NYU Winthrop Hospital Suggests Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Could Be Alternative To Ventilator In Treating COVID-19

A new study from NYU's Winthrop Hospital that hyperbaric oxygen therapy can be an alternative to ventilators in treating COVID-19 in some patients. Read full article: Max Minute: New Study From NYU Winthrop ...→

Fort Worth Animal Care and Control Awarded Grant Due to COVID-19

Fort Worth Animal Care and Control Awarded Grant Due to COVID-19

The City of Fort Worth Animal Care and Control was awarded a $20,000 grant from PetSmart Charities’ Emergency Relief Fund to assist animal welfare organization [...] Read full article: Fort Worth Animal Care and Control Award...→

U.S. halts test of Trump-touted hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 patients

U.S. halts test of Trump-touted hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 patients

President Donald Trump had promoted the drug as a potential treatment, saying in March it could turn out to be "one of the biggest game changers in the history [...] Read full article: U.S. halts test of Trump-touted hydroxyc...→

US halts hydroxychloroquine testing in COVID-19 patients

US halts hydroxychloroquine testing in COVID-19 patients

Earlier this week, the World Health Organization said testing of hydroxychloroquine in its large multi-country trial of treatments for COVID-19 patients had be [...] Read full article: US halts hydroxychloroquine testing in C...→

UCSF Study: Economics Played Role In San Francisco Mission District COVID-19 Cases

UCSF Study: Economics Played Role In San Francisco Mission District COVID-19 Cases

A mass COVID-19 testing program targeting San Francisco's Mission District, among the city's hardest hit neighborhoods by the virus, has found that economics p [...] Read full article: UCSF Study: Economics Played Role In San...→

Italy Sewage Study Suggests COVID-19 Was There in December 2019

Italy Sewage Study Suggests COVID-19 Was There in December 2019

Scientists in Italy have found traces of the new coronavirus in wastewater collected from Milan and Turin in December 2019 - suggesting COVID-19 was already ci [...] Read full article: Italy Sewage Study Suggests COVID-19 Was...→

Hydroxychloroquine halted in WHO-sponsored COVID-19 trials

But there's good news for Abbott Labs in the World Health Organization's ongoing search for treatments. Read full article: Hydroxychloroquine halted in WHO-sponsor...→

Florida has 'all the markings' to become the next COVID-19 epicenter, study says

Florida has 'all the markings' to become the next COVID-19 epicenter, study says

Coronavirus cases are spiking nationwide, and experts say Florida could be the next epicenter in the pandemic. Read full article: Florida has 'all the markings' to become...→

Steroids used in early stages of COVID-19 diagnosis could prevent need for ventilator, Henry Ford study says

Steroids used in early stages of COVID-19 diagnosis could prevent need for ventilator, Henry Ford study says

DETROIT (WXYZ) — A new research study from researchers at Henry Ford Health System shows that the use of corticosteroids to treat COVID-19 patients proved prom [...] Read full article: Steroids used in early stages of COVID-1...→

Henry Ford Health System still moving forward with hydroxychloroquine study

Henry Ford Health System still moving forward with hydroxychloroquine study

President Donald Trump had been hyping the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine as a potential coronavirus treatment, which led to Detroit heading up the first [...] Read full article: Henry Ford Health System still moving fo...→

Study: Under 20s Half as Susceptible to COVID-19

Study: Under 20s Half as Susceptible to COVID-19

People under 20 are around half as susceptible to COVID-19 as people aged 20 or above, according to research published on Tuesday, and clinical symptoms of the [...] Read full article: Study: Under 20s Half as Susceptible to ...→

FDA revokes permission to treat COVID-19 with hydroxychloroquine, drug previously touted by Trump

FDA revokes permission to treat COVID-19 with hydroxychloroquine, drug previously touted by Trump

The Food and Drug Administration has revoked permission for physicians to use a drug touted and self-administered by President Donald Trump to treat COVID-19. Read full article: FDA revokes permission to treat COVID-19...→

An outpatient study is reporting a combination of zinc, hydroxychloroquine, and  [...]

An outpatient study is reporting a combination of zinc, hydroxychloroquine, and [...]

An outpatient study is reporting a combination of zinc, hydroxychloroquine, and azithromycin significantly reduces hospitalization and death for COVID-19 posit [...] Read full article: An outpatient study is reporting a combi...→

Max Minute: New Study From NYU Winthrop Hospital Suggests Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Could Be Alternative To Ventilator In Treating COVID-19

Max Minute: New Study From NYU Winthrop Hospital Suggests Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Could Be Alternative To Ventilator In Treating COVID-19

A new study from NYU's Winthrop Hospital that hyperbaric oxygen therapy can be an alternative to ventilators in treating COVID-19 in some patients. Read full article: Max Minute: New Study From NYU Winthrop ...→

"No evidence" Black Lives Matter protests caused COVID-19 spike: Study

The research is the first to examine public health fears that the U.S. protests would accelerate the spread of the new coronavirus. Read full article: "No evidence" Black Lives Matter protest...→

Study: COVID-19 Sparked Rise in Anti-Semitism

Study: COVID-19 Sparked Rise in Anti-Semitism

Think tank researchers at the Kantor Center at Tel Aviv University found that people are blaming the Jews and Israel for causing the virus or alleging that Jew [...] Read full article: Study: COVID-19 Sparked Rise in Anti-Sem...→

UK Study: Are Vitamin D Deficient Minorities More Vulnerable to COVID-19?

UK Study: Are Vitamin D Deficient Minorities More Vulnerable to COVID-19?

After being revealed 94% of United Kingdom doctors who died from COVID-19 infections were black, Asian, and minorities, a study is exploring whether vitamin D [...] Read full article: UK Study: Are Vitamin D Deficient Minori...→

Vitamin D deficiency unlikely to fully explain COVID-19's effect on people of color: Study

Vitamin D deficiency unlikely to fully explain COVID-19's effect on people of color: Study

Vitamin D deficiency unlikely to fully explain COVID-19's effect on people of color; 94% of doctors who died from COVID 19 in UK were people of color. Read full article: Vitamin D deficiency unlikely to fully e...→

US halts hydroxychloroquine testing in COVID-19 patients

US halts hydroxychloroquine testing in COVID-19 patients

Earlier this week, the World Health Organization said testing of hydroxychloroquine in its large multi-country trial of treatments for COVID-19 patients had be [...] Read full article: US halts hydroxychloroquine testing in C...→

Babies with COVID-19 tend to have mild illness, study finds

Babies with COVID-19 tend to have mild illness, study finds

Infants under three months old who test positive for COVID-19 tend to do well, mostly showing only a fever and few respiratory symptoms, a new study reveals. Read full article: Babies with COVID-19 tend to have mild i...→

Coronavirus antibodies start to decrease 'within 2 to 3 months' following COVID-19 infection: study

Coronavirus antibodies start to decrease 'within 2 to 3 months' following COVID-19 infection: study

Those who contract the novel coronavirus and recover may only have protective antibodies for a few months following a COVID-19 infection, according to a study [...] Read full article: Coronavirus antibodies start to decrease...→

Italy Sewage Study Suggests COVID-19 Was There in December 2019

Italy Sewage Study Suggests COVID-19 Was There in December 2019

Scientists in Italy have found traces of the new coronavirus in wastewater collected from Milan and Turin in December 2019 - suggesting COVID-19 was already ci [...] Read full article: Italy Sewage Study Suggests COVID-19 Was...→

Asymptomatic COVID-19 patients have weaker immune response, China study finds

Asymptomatic COVID-19 patients have weaker immune response, China study finds

Asymptomatic coronavirus patients have a weaker immune response to the virus and shed the disease for up to five days longer than symptomatic cases, according [...] Read full article: Asymptomatic COVID-19 patients have weak...→

Mayo Clinic Study Finds Using Convalescent Plasma To Treat COVID-19 Appears Safe

Mayo Clinic Study Finds Using Convalescent Plasma To Treat COVID-19 Appears Safe

The study assessed patients at risk for severe or life-threatening effects, seven days after their plasma transfusion. They found mortality rates declined to 8 [...] Read full article: Mayo Clinic Study Finds Using Convalesce...→

Florida has 'all the markings' to become the next COVID-19 epicenter, study says

Florida has 'all the markings' to become the next COVID-19 epicenter, study says

Coronavirus cases are spiking nationwide, and experts say Florida could be the next epicenter in the pandemic. Read full article: Florida has 'all the markings' to become...→

Certain blood type may limit risk from COVID-19, other may hurt, study suggests

Certain blood type may limit risk from COVID-19, other may hurt, study suggests

A team of scientists conducting a genetic analysis of coronavirus patients found that having a certain blood type may impact the risk you have of developing th [...] Read full article: Certain blood type may limit risk from C...→

Mayo Clinic Expert Backs Revoking Hydroxychloroquine as COVID-19 Treatment

Mayo Clinic Expert Backs Revoking Hydroxychloroquine as COVID-19 Treatment

Mayo Clinic COVID-19 Research Task Force chair Dr. Andrew Badley told Fox Business on Tuesday that he supports the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s decision [...] Read full article: Mayo Clinic Expert Backs Revoking Hydrox...→

Study: Under 20s Half as Susceptible to COVID-19

Study: Under 20s Half as Susceptible to COVID-19

People under 20 are around half as susceptible to COVID-19 as people aged 20 or above, according to research published on Tuesday, and clinical symptoms of the [...] Read full article: Study: Under 20s Half as Susceptible to ...→

MIT Study: Race An Important Factor In Determining Who Dies From Covid-19

MIT Study: Race An Important Factor In Determining Who Dies From Covid-19

A new study finds that race may be just as important in determining if someone will die from the coronavirus as age and preexisting conditions. Read full article: MIT Study: Race An Important Factor In D...→

FDA pulls emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine in treating COVID-19

FDA pulls emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine in treating COVID-19

The FDA has ended an emergency use authorization (EUA) order for hydroxychloroquine, saying that the agency has determined that drug is "unlikely to be effecti [...] Read full article: FDA pulls emergency use authorization fo...→

Study: Zinc, HCQ, Z-Pack Cocktail Effective Early Vs. COVID-19

Study: Zinc, HCQ, Z-Pack Cocktail Effective Early Vs. COVID-19

An outpatient study is reporting a combination of zinc, hydroxychloroquine, and azithromycin significantly reduces hospitalization and death for COVID-19 posit [...] Read full article: Study: Zinc, HCQ, Z-Pack Cocktail Effect...→

COVID-19 antibodies may fade in as little as 2 months, study says

COVID-19 antibodies may fade in as little as 2 months, study says

A new study suggests that antibodies may fade in as little as two months after infection in certain people who have recovered from the coronavirus. Read full article: COVID-19 antibodies may fade in as littl...→

Fort Worth Animal Care and Control Awarded Grant Due to COVID-19

Fort Worth Animal Care and Control Awarded Grant Due to COVID-19

The City of Fort Worth Animal Care and Control was awarded a $20,000 grant from PetSmart Charities’ Emergency Relief Fund to assist animal welfare organization [...] Read full article: Fort Worth Animal Care and Control Award...→

Study suggests 80% of COVID-19 cases in the US went undetected in March | WTOP

A new study suggests that as many as 8.7 million Americans came down with coronavirus in March, but more than 80% of them were never diagnosed. Read full article: Study suggests 80% of COVID-19 cases in ...→

Yale Partners With NBA to Study Saliva-Based COVID-19 Test

Yale Partners With NBA to Study Saliva-Based COVID-19 Test

Yale School of Public Health researchers have developed a COVID-19 testing method called SalivaDirect and will be using the volunteers from the National Basket [...] Read full article: Yale Partners With NBA to Study Saliva-B...→

U.S. halts test of Trump-touted hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 patients

U.S. halts test of Trump-touted hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 patients

President Donald Trump had promoted the drug as a potential treatment, saying in March it could turn out to be "one of the biggest game changers in the history [...] Read full article: U.S. halts test of Trump-touted hydroxyc...→

NIH Halts HCQ Study in Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients

NIH Halts HCQ Study in Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients

The National Institutes of Health has halted its study into the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for COVID-19, Politico reports. Read full article: NIH Halts HCQ Study in Hospitalized COVI...→

UCSF Study: Economics Played Role In San Francisco Mission District COVID-19 Cases

UCSF Study: Economics Played Role In San Francisco Mission District COVID-19 Cases

A mass COVID-19 testing program targeting San Francisco's Mission District, among the city's hardest hit neighborhoods by the virus, has found that economics p [...] Read full article: UCSF Study: Economics Played Role In San...→

Wearing masks significantly curbs the spread of COVID-19, study says

Wearing masks significantly curbs the spread of COVID-19, study says

A new study out of the University of California, San Diego, suggests the best way to curb the spread of coronavirus is by wearing a mask. Read full article: Wearing masks significantly curbs the sp...→

Hydroxychloroquine halted in WHO-sponsored COVID-19 trials

But there's good news for Abbott Labs in the World Health Organization's ongoing search for treatments. Read full article: Hydroxychloroquine halted in WHO-sponsor...→

Study: There May Be No Immunity to COVID-19

Study: There May Be No Immunity to COVID-19

An eye-opening study conducted by Chinese and American researchers reveals that people who get COVID-19 may not develop antibodies that could offer them immuni [...] Read full article: Study: There May Be No Immunity to COVID...→

Steroids used in early stages of COVID-19 diagnosis could prevent need for ventilator, Henry Ford study says

Steroids used in early stages of COVID-19 diagnosis could prevent need for ventilator, Henry Ford study says

DETROIT (WXYZ) — A new research study from researchers at Henry Ford Health System shows that the use of corticosteroids to treat COVID-19 patients proved prom [...] Read full article: Steroids used in early stages of COVID-1...→

Study: Mask Mandate Likely Prevented Hundreds of Thousands of COVID-19 Cases

Study: Mask Mandate Likely Prevented Hundreds of Thousands of COVID-19 Cases

A new study reveals that there was a "significant decline in daily COVID-19 growth rate after mandating facial covers in public." The study authors estimated t [...] Read full article: Study: Mask Mandate Likely Prevented Hun...→

Cheap drug turns out to save COVID patients’ lives in U.K. study

Dexamethasone treatment reduced deaths by a third among patients on ventilators and by a fifth among those receiving oxygen only, the study showed.... U.K. Hea [...] Read full article: Cheap drug turns out to save COVID patie...→

Henry Ford Health System still moving forward with hydroxychloroquine study

Henry Ford Health System still moving forward with hydroxychloroquine study

President Donald Trump had been hyping the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine as a potential coronavirus treatment, which led to Detroit heading up the first [...] Read full article: Henry Ford Health System still moving fo...→

UK study: First drug proves able to improve survival from COVID-19

UK study: First drug proves able to improve survival from COVID-19

Results were announced Tuesday and researchers said they would publish them soon. The study is a large, strict test that randomly assigned 2,104 patients to ge [...] Read full article: UK study: First drug proves able to impr...→

Md. scientists want to study whether polio vaccine temporarily halts COVID-19 spread | WTOP

Two scientists from Maryland are pursuing funding to determine whether the vaccine used against polio could offer temporary protection against COVID-19. Read full article: Md. scientists want to study whether pol...→

FDA revokes permission to treat COVID-19 with hydroxychloroquine, drug previously touted by Trump

FDA revokes permission to treat COVID-19 with hydroxychloroquine, drug previously touted by Trump

The Food and Drug Administration has revoked permission for physicians to use a drug touted and self-administered by President Donald Trump to treat COVID-19. Read full article: FDA revokes permission to treat COVID-19...→

An outpatient study is reporting a combination of zinc, hydroxychloroquine, and  [...]

An outpatient study is reporting a combination of zinc, hydroxychloroquine, and [...]

An outpatient study is reporting a combination of zinc, hydroxychloroquine, and azithromycin significantly reduces hospitalization and death for COVID-19 posit [...] Read full article: An outpatient study is reporting a combi...→

Study: Zinc, HCQ, Z-Pack Cocktail Effective Early Vs. COVID-19

Study: Zinc, HCQ, Z-Pack Cocktail Effective Early Vs. COVID-19

An outpatient study is reporting a combination of zinc, hydroxychloroquine, and azithromycin significantly reduces hospitalization and death for COVID-19 posit [...] Read full article: Study: Zinc, HCQ, Z-Pack Cocktail Effect...→

Max Minute: New Study From NYU Winthrop Hospital Suggests Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Could Be Alternative To Ventilator In Treating COVID-19

Max Minute: New Study From NYU Winthrop Hospital Suggests Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Could Be Alternative To Ventilator In Treating COVID-19

A new study from NYU's Winthrop Hospital that hyperbaric oxygen therapy can be an alternative to ventilators in treating COVID-19 in some patients. Read full article: Max Minute: New Study From NYU Winthrop ...→

COVID-19 antibodies may fade in as little as 2 months, study says

COVID-19 antibodies may fade in as little as 2 months, study says

A new study suggests that antibodies may fade in as little as two months after infection in certain people who have recovered from the coronavirus. Read full article: COVID-19 antibodies may fade in as littl...→

"No evidence" Black Lives Matter protests caused COVID-19 spike: Study

The research is the first to examine public health fears that the U.S. protests would accelerate the spread of the new coronavirus. Read full article: "No evidence" Black Lives Matter protest...→

Fort Worth Animal Care and Control Awarded Grant Due to COVID-19

Fort Worth Animal Care and Control Awarded Grant Due to COVID-19

The City of Fort Worth Animal Care and Control was awarded a $20,000 grant from PetSmart Charities’ Emergency Relief Fund to assist animal welfare organization [...] Read full article: Fort Worth Animal Care and Control Award...→

Study: COVID-19 Sparked Rise in Anti-Semitism

Study: COVID-19 Sparked Rise in Anti-Semitism

Think tank researchers at the Kantor Center at Tel Aviv University found that people are blaming the Jews and Israel for causing the virus or alleging that Jew [...] Read full article: Study: COVID-19 Sparked Rise in Anti-Sem...→

Study suggests 80% of COVID-19 cases in the US went undetected in March | WTOP

A new study suggests that as many as 8.7 million Americans came down with coronavirus in March, but more than 80% of them were never diagnosed. Read full article: Study suggests 80% of COVID-19 cases in ...→

Yale Partners With NBA to Study Saliva-Based COVID-19 Test

Yale Partners With NBA to Study Saliva-Based COVID-19 Test

Yale School of Public Health researchers have developed a COVID-19 testing method called SalivaDirect and will be using the volunteers from the National Basket [...] Read full article: Yale Partners With NBA to Study Saliva-B...→

UK Study: Are Vitamin D Deficient Minorities More Vulnerable to COVID-19?

UK Study: Are Vitamin D Deficient Minorities More Vulnerable to COVID-19?

After being revealed 94% of United Kingdom doctors who died from COVID-19 infections were black, Asian, and minorities, a study is exploring whether vitamin D [...] Read full article: UK Study: Are Vitamin D Deficient Minori...→

U.S. halts test of Trump-touted hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 patients

U.S. halts test of Trump-touted hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 patients

President Donald Trump had promoted the drug as a potential treatment, saying in March it could turn out to be "one of the biggest game changers in the history [...] Read full article: U.S. halts test of Trump-touted hydroxyc...→

Vitamin D deficiency unlikely to fully explain COVID-19's effect on people of color: Study

Vitamin D deficiency unlikely to fully explain COVID-19's effect on people of color: Study

Vitamin D deficiency unlikely to fully explain COVID-19's effect on people of color; 94% of doctors who died from COVID 19 in UK were people of color. Read full article: Vitamin D deficiency unlikely to fully e...→

NIH Halts HCQ Study in Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients

NIH Halts HCQ Study in Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients

The National Institutes of Health has halted its study into the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for COVID-19, Politico reports. Read full article: NIH Halts HCQ Study in Hospitalized COVI...→

US halts hydroxychloroquine testing in COVID-19 patients

US halts hydroxychloroquine testing in COVID-19 patients

Earlier this week, the World Health Organization said testing of hydroxychloroquine in its large multi-country trial of treatments for COVID-19 patients had be [...] Read full article: US halts hydroxychloroquine testing in C...→

Babies with COVID-19 tend to have mild illness, study finds

Babies with COVID-19 tend to have mild illness, study finds

Infants under three months old who test positive for COVID-19 tend to do well, mostly showing only a fever and few respiratory symptoms, a new study reveals. Read full article: Babies with COVID-19 tend to have mild i...→

UCSF Study: Economics Played Role In San Francisco Mission District COVID-19 Cases

UCSF Study: Economics Played Role In San Francisco Mission District COVID-19 Cases

A mass COVID-19 testing program targeting San Francisco's Mission District, among the city's hardest hit neighborhoods by the virus, has found that economics p [...] Read full article: UCSF Study: Economics Played Role In San...→

Coronavirus antibodies start to decrease 'within 2 to 3 months' following COVID-19 infection: study

Coronavirus antibodies start to decrease 'within 2 to 3 months' following COVID-19 infection: study

Those who contract the novel coronavirus and recover may only have protective antibodies for a few months following a COVID-19 infection, according to a study [...] Read full article: Coronavirus antibodies start to decrease...→

Wearing masks significantly curbs the spread of COVID-19, study says

Wearing masks significantly curbs the spread of COVID-19, study says

A new study out of the University of California, San Diego, suggests the best way to curb the spread of coronavirus is by wearing a mask. Read full article: Wearing masks significantly curbs the sp...→

Italy Sewage Study Suggests COVID-19 Was There in December 2019

Italy Sewage Study Suggests COVID-19 Was There in December 2019

Scientists in Italy have found traces of the new coronavirus in wastewater collected from Milan and Turin in December 2019 - suggesting COVID-19 was already ci [...] Read full article: Italy Sewage Study Suggests COVID-19 Was...→

Asymptomatic COVID-19 patients have weaker immune response, China study finds

Asymptomatic COVID-19 patients have weaker immune response, China study finds

Asymptomatic coronavirus patients have a weaker immune response to the virus and shed the disease for up to five days longer than symptomatic cases, according [...] Read full article: Asymptomatic COVID-19 patients have weak...→

Hydroxychloroquine halted in WHO-sponsored COVID-19 trials

But there's good news for Abbott Labs in the World Health Organization's ongoing search for treatments. Read full article: Hydroxychloroquine halted in WHO-sponsor...→

Mayo Clinic Study Finds Using Convalescent Plasma To Treat COVID-19 Appears Safe

Mayo Clinic Study Finds Using Convalescent Plasma To Treat COVID-19 Appears Safe

The study assessed patients at risk for severe or life-threatening effects, seven days after their plasma transfusion. They found mortality rates declined to 8 [...] Read full article: Mayo Clinic Study Finds Using Convalesce...→

Study: There May Be No Immunity to COVID-19

Study: There May Be No Immunity to COVID-19

An eye-opening study conducted by Chinese and American researchers reveals that people who get COVID-19 may not develop antibodies that could offer them immuni [...] Read full article: Study: There May Be No Immunity to COVID...→

Florida has 'all the markings' to become the next COVID-19 epicenter, study says

Florida has 'all the markings' to become the next COVID-19 epicenter, study says

Coronavirus cases are spiking nationwide, and experts say Florida could be the next epicenter in the pandemic. Read full article: Florida has 'all the markings' to become...→

Certain blood type may limit risk from COVID-19, other may hurt, study suggests

Certain blood type may limit risk from COVID-19, other may hurt, study suggests

A team of scientists conducting a genetic analysis of coronavirus patients found that having a certain blood type may impact the risk you have of developing th [...] Read full article: Certain blood type may limit risk from C...→

Steroids used in early stages of COVID-19 diagnosis could prevent need for ventilator, Henry Ford study says

Steroids used in early stages of COVID-19 diagnosis could prevent need for ventilator, Henry Ford study says

DETROIT (WXYZ) — A new research study from researchers at Henry Ford Health System shows that the use of corticosteroids to treat COVID-19 patients proved prom [...] Read full article: Steroids used in early stages of COVID-1...→

Study: Mask Mandate Likely Prevented Hundreds of Thousands of COVID-19 Cases

Study: Mask Mandate Likely Prevented Hundreds of Thousands of COVID-19 Cases

A new study reveals that there was a "significant decline in daily COVID-19 growth rate after mandating facial covers in public." The study authors estimated t [...] Read full article: Study: Mask Mandate Likely Prevented Hun...→

Cheap drug turns out to save COVID patients’ lives in U.K. study

Dexamethasone treatment reduced deaths by a third among patients on ventilators and by a fifth among those receiving oxygen only, the study showed.... U.K. Hea [...] Read full article: Cheap drug turns out to save COVID patie...→

Mayo Clinic Expert Backs Revoking Hydroxychloroquine as COVID-19 Treatment

Mayo Clinic Expert Backs Revoking Hydroxychloroquine as COVID-19 Treatment

Mayo Clinic COVID-19 Research Task Force chair Dr. Andrew Badley told Fox Business on Tuesday that he supports the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s decision [...] Read full article: Mayo Clinic Expert Backs Revoking Hydrox...→

Henry Ford Health System still moving forward with hydroxychloroquine study

Henry Ford Health System still moving forward with hydroxychloroquine study

President Donald Trump had been hyping the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine as a potential coronavirus treatment, which led to Detroit heading up the first [...] Read full article: Henry Ford Health System still moving fo...→

UK study: First drug proves able to improve survival from COVID-19

UK study: First drug proves able to improve survival from COVID-19

Results were announced Tuesday and researchers said they would publish them soon. The study is a large, strict test that randomly assigned 2,104 patients to ge [...] Read full article: UK study: First drug proves able to impr...→

Study: Under 20s Half as Susceptible to COVID-19

Study: Under 20s Half as Susceptible to COVID-19

People under 20 are around half as susceptible to COVID-19 as people aged 20 or above, according to research published on Tuesday, and clinical symptoms of the [...] Read full article: Study: Under 20s Half as Susceptible to ...→

Md. scientists want to study whether polio vaccine temporarily halts COVID-19 spread | WTOP

Two scientists from Maryland are pursuing funding to determine whether the vaccine used against polio could offer temporary protection against COVID-19. Read full article: Md. scientists want to study whether pol...→

MIT Study: Race An Important Factor In Determining Who Dies From Covid-19

MIT Study: Race An Important Factor In Determining Who Dies From Covid-19

A new study finds that race may be just as important in determining if someone will die from the coronavirus as age and preexisting conditions. Read full article: MIT Study: Race An Important Factor In D...→

FDA revokes permission to treat COVID-19 with hydroxychloroquine, drug previously touted by Trump

FDA revokes permission to treat COVID-19 with hydroxychloroquine, drug previously touted by Trump

The Food and Drug Administration has revoked permission for physicians to use a drug touted and self-administered by President Donald Trump to treat COVID-19. Read full article: FDA revokes permission to treat COVID-19...→

FDA pulls emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine in treating COVID-19

FDA pulls emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine in treating COVID-19

The FDA has ended an emergency use authorization (EUA) order for hydroxychloroquine, saying that the agency has determined that drug is "unlikely to be effecti [...] Read full article: FDA pulls emergency use authorization fo...→