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A new study has shown that most patients discharged from hospital after experiencing severe COVID-19 infection appear to return to full health, although up to a third do still have evidence of effects upon the lungs one year on....

source: University of Southampton via Science Daily

Separated by a century, the influenza pandemic of 1918 and the COVID-19 pandemic of 2019–2021 are among the most disastrous infectious disease emergencies of modern times. Although caused by unrelated viruses, the two pandemics...

source: American Journal of Public Health

Researchers at Duke University are looking into the possibility of a combined influenza & coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine that could be used to simultaneously protect against annual flu strains and the severe acute respiratory...

source: News-Medical

About a year ago, when the pandemic hit the United States, Dr. Arghavan Salles was working as a researcher at Stanford University. Salles is a surgeon but wasn't practicing medicine at the time. But seeing the need for more doctors in New York City, she flew there in April...

source: NPR

The ongoing COVID-19 global health emergency has pushed physicians to a breaking point. But physician burnout has more to it than just the huge workload that COVID-19 has brought with it and the difficult decisions that need to be made. It's also routine stressors like the...

source: Medical Economics

An essay from Harvard University provides context to the debate over mechanical ventilation for COVID-19 patients. The author argues that the good-faith debate that broke out over acute respiratory distress syndrome, or ARDS,...

source: Medical Xpress


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