After Coronavirus, Office Workers Might Face Unexpected Health Threats

Stagnant plumbing systems in emptied commercial buildings could put returning employees at risk of Legionnaire ’s and other illnesses.
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Authors: Chen G, Zhou Y, Ma J, Xia P, Qin Y, Li X Abstract The coronavirus disease-19 (COVID-19) has spread over many countries and regions since the end of 2019, becoming the most severe public health event at present. Most of the critical cases developed multiple organ dysfunction, including acute kidney injury (AKI). Cytokine storm syndrome (CSS) may complicate the process of severe COVID-19 patients. This manuscript reviews the different aspects of blood purification in critically ill patients with AKI and increased inflammatory factors, and examines its potential role in severe COVID-19 treatment. Continuous r...
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Publication date: 23 May 2020Source: New Scientist, Volume 246, Issue 3283Author(s): Clare Wilson
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The start of the Memorial Day weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway usually consists of NASCAR fans milling about the track ’s sprawling parking lots and campgrounds. Music blares, grills sizzle and more than a few beers are consumed. This year? On Friday afternoon at the track, instead of unveiling the latest stomach bomb and flyover stunts, speedway executives — with a major assist from Atrium Health — showed of f their Covid-19-inspired safety precautions and treatment facilities. Beginning…
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Authors: Keshavan MS Abstract The current Covid-19 pandemic is posing an unprecedented threat to global well-being and its mental health consequences are just becoming understood. While the crisis has led to a temporary halt in a lot of ongoing or planned psychiatric research, this pandemic is a natural experiment that can help the field to repurpose research to better understand the causes, presentations and outcome trajectories as well as treatments in psychiatry. Inter-disciplinary collaborations between researchers are needed to rapidly develop and share the emerging new knowledge of the mental health implicati...
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BOSTON (CBS) — The Massachusetts Department of Public Health is warning that reduced water use in empty office buildings can increase the risk of mold and the bacteria that causes Legionnaire’s disease. The department posted this warning on its webpage today: “The temporary shutdown or reduced operation of a building and reductions in normal water use can create hazards for returning occupants; these hazards can include mold and Legionella. After a prolonged shutdown, building owners and employers should ensure that their building does not have mold and that the water system is safe to use to minimize the...
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Commercial buildings shuttered for weeks to stem the spread of the coronavirus could fuel another grisly lung infection: Legionnaires ’ disease.
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