How COVID-19 Silent Spreaders May Be Infecting Others How COVID-19 Silent Spreaders May Be Infecting Others

Up to 25% of infected persons may never have symptoms, and in others, symptoms may not show up until 48 hours after being infected, according to new evidence.WebMD Health News
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With COVID-19 becoming the number one priority for researchers around the globe, Parham Hashemi describes his role in overseeing the new trials being launched during the pandemic.
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Publication date: Available online 30 May 2020Source: Indian Heart JournalAuthor(s): Aditya Kapoor, Rakesh Yadav
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Getty Images ... Hair salons, restaurants and retail shops are slowly reopening for business in communities throughout the country. ... And this summer many pools will join them, contingent on guid...
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This article has been updated to include the latest health services data on Covid-19 as of Sunday, May 31 On the heels of Gov. Doug Ducey announcing the reopening of Arizona schools in the fall and youth sports this summer, the Arizona Department of Health Services has reported two days in a row of record-setting numbers of new Covid-19 cases in the state. On May 30, ADHS reported 790 new cases – the most in a single day since the first case was reported in late January. A day…
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Publication date: Available online 31 May 2020Source: Journal of Pediatric Surgery Case ReportsAuthor(s): Bethany J. Slater, Brian Jones
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Publication date: June 2020Source: European Journal of Surgical Oncology, Volume 46, Issue 6Author(s): Afsana Elanko, Jim Khan, Zaed ZR. Hamady, Hassan Malik
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US sends Brazil 2m doses of hydroxychloroquine, despite safety fears;pressure builds on South African president. This blog is now closed please follow our continuing live coverage belowCoronavirus live coverage12.37amBSTWe are closing this blog now but you can stay up to date on all of our live coverage of the coronavirus pandemic at our new global blog below.https://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2020/jun/01/coronavirus-live-news-brazil-passes-500000-covid-19-cases-as-india-extends-lockdown-in-high-risk-zones12.10amBSTThat ’s all from me,Clea Skopeliti, for today. Many thanks to everyone who wrote in. I ’m han...
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Behavioral health (BH) complaints, including suicidal ideation (SI) and alcohol, are common in US Emergency Departments (EDs), [1-3]. The CDC published data in 2018 demonstrating a 25% overall increase in ED visits for SI and/or self-directed violence [4]. Additionally, the CDC reported that 24.5% of the population  > 12 years old engaged in binge alcohol use in 2017 [5]. A public health crisis occurred with the onset of novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). Current “stay at home” orders have reduced human contact through social distancing [6].
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One commonly reported phenomenon in the first months of the Covid-19 era in the United States has been the reduction in emergency department (ED) visits and hospitalizations of patients with heart attacks, strokes and other acute, non-Covid illnesses [1]. Less is known about whether and how the number of patients presenting to EDs for psychiatric problems has changed.
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This article describes the challenges in CPPs during COVID-19 pandemic and the use of telemedicine as the rescue management vehicle for CPPs in current scenario.
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