- Claims of a Weaker COVID-19 Virus Disputed June 3, 2020
It could take generations for enough genetic change to take place to substantially weaken a coronavirus -- both the one that causes COVID-19 and other forms that were around before it.
- Congo Facing Ebola, COVID and Measles All at Once June 3, 2020
The DRC has reported nearly 3,200 cases of coronavirus and 72 deaths and nearly 370,000 cases of measles with nearly 6,800 deaths since 2019, CNN reported.
- Domestic Violence Rises Under Stay-at-Home Rules June 3, 2020
Domestic violence cases rose after Los Angeles and Indianapolis introduced stay-at-home rules to help stop the spread of COVID-19, researchers say.
- Plasma Therapy Helps Critically Ill COVID Patients June 3, 2020
The blood plasma of people who have recovered from the new coronavirus infection may help critically ill COVID-19 patients recover, a new study finds.
- Colon Cancer Signs in Young Adults Often Dismissed June 3, 2020
Young adults are often not aware they can get colon cancer, and doctors are often late to diagnose it in younger patients, according to new research presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting.
- Study on Hydroxychloroquine for COVID Questioned June 3, 2020
Critics say the study failed to account sufficiently for things that may have influenced their results, including how severe different cases were.
- Coronavirus Daily Digest: June 3, 2020 June 3, 2020
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- What's Behind Severe Kids' Illness After COVID-19? June 3, 2020
Four of the earliest U.S. cases of a rare inflammatory syndrome in kids with COVID-19 are described in a study that offers insight into the condition.
- Food Allergies Under-Diagnosed in Poor Families? June 3, 2020
Food allergies may be under-diagnosed among children covered by Medicaid, a new study suggests.
- Vulnerable Groups Weigh Risks as Country Reopens June 2, 2020
Broad guidelines are hard to issue for high-risk people because disparities come into play. Some may have a choice to stay home and quarantine, while others won’t be able to do that.