This begs two main questions: should this alter our view on how best to contain the spread of COVID-19, and are there any limitations to the study that we should be aware of?
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If we don’t analyse statistics for a living, it’s easy to be taken in by misinformation about COVID-19 statistics on social media, especially if we don’t have the right context.
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“Long-haulers” share what it’s like to deal with the coronavirus and its debilitating health symptoms months after you’re considered recovered.
As we approach the end of a uniquely challenging school year, the class of 2020 look set to miss out on many of the usual highlights of year 12.
An analysis by WHO confirms the benefit of this group of anti-inflammatory steroid drugs, known as corticosteroids.
Robert Pattinson has tested positive for COVID-19, according to multiple outlets, halting production on the upcoming superhero thriller “The Batman.”
We have cause to consider whether perhaps we could do more to preserve the patient-family connection at the end of life.