Severe COVID-19 Doubles Risk of Dying in Following Year: Study Severe COVID-19 Doubles Risk of Dying in Following Year: Study
Serious coronavirus infections may significantly damage long-term health and lead to major life-threatening issues later.WebMD Health News
AbstractPurposesThe spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has affected socioeconomic and healthcare systems in many countries. Accordingly, many individuals may have canceled their annual health-check programs, including esophagogastroduodenoscopy, which would have resulted in lower numbers of newly diagnosed patients with gastric cancer in comparison to other times.MethodsQuestionnaires were distributed to 62 hospitals every week from May 2020 to August 2020 (total 744) through mailing lists of the Stomach Cancer Study Group of the Japan Clinical Oncology Group. The number of patients with gastric cancer and hospi...
The James Webb Space Telescope traveled nearly 1.6 million km (1 million mi.) to reach a destination that, in some ways, is nowhere at all. On Jan. 24, just shy of one month after its Christmas Day launch, the $10 billion observatory arrived at a spot in space known as L2—where the gravity of the sun and the Earth effectively cancel each other out, allowing the spacecraft to circle an invisible point as if it were orbiting a solid body like a planet. There the telescope will station-keep for up to the next 20 years, peering deeper into space than any observatory ever has before. The one-month flight was the culminati...
SETTLING down at the end of a Wednesday can be a celebration worthy event. Over half of the working week has passed, and the weekend is in sight. The temptation might be to treat oneself to a glass of wine, a glass that may not just be taking the edge off but providing an extra layer of protection.
Over 15,000 people are hospitalized with coronavirus, a huge figure but well short of last January's peak of about 22,000 and half of what officials had feared.Associated Press
When Jeremy Luban first looked over the genetic sequence of the Omicron variant on his phone one day last November, it was five o’clock in the morning. But even at that hour, the University of Massachusetts virus expert knew right away Omicron was a problem. First, there was the sheer number of new mutations—by some counts, as many as 50, with 30 of them in the critical places that vaccines and drug treatments target. Second, this new version of the SARS-CoV-2 virus seemed to appear out of nowhere, unpredictably and with no immediately obvious connection to previous variants. [time-brightcove not-tgx=”tru...
The Omicron variant appears to result in less severe COVID-19 than seen during previous periods of high coronavirus transmission including the Delta wave, according to a new US study.Reuters Health Information
Condition: Acute Respiratory Failure Intervention: Other: lung utrasound asseessment Sponsor: Azienda Ospedaliera di Perugia Recruiting
Condition: COVID-19 Pandemic Intervention: Diagnostic Test: Self-collection of nasal specimen for COVID19 antigen test Sponsors: Rigshospitalet, Denmark; Copenhagen Emergency Medical Services; Denmarks Technical University; Copenhagen Medical A/S Not yet recruiting
This study is jointly led by the ONS and the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) working with the University of Oxford and Lighthouse laboratory to collect and test samples.
It's being claimed that the true number of deaths caused by COVID-19 in England and Wales is'only'around 17,000 people. The claim is based on ONS data on the number of coronavirus deaths where no other health conditions were noted on the death certificate. However, as James Tucker explains, to suggest that figure represents the real extent of deaths from the virus is both factually incorrect and highly misleading.