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Newswise Coronavirus (COVID-19) News Wire 28-Apr-2020

This special edition of the Newswise Wires provides up-to-date news and experts on the developing coronavirus outbreak known as COVID-19.

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Correlations in COVID-19 Growth Point to Universal Strategies for Slowing Spread

Many months since the first COVID-19 outbreak, countries continue to explore solutions to manage the spread of the virus. Chaos theory researchers analyzed the growth of confirmed cases across four continents to better characterize the spread and exa...

– American Institute of Physics (AIP)


Embargo expired on 28-Apr-2020 at 11:00 ET

Machine Learning Tool Could Provide Unexpected Scientific Insights into COVID-19

A team of materials scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory – scientists who normally spend their time researching things like high-performance materials for thermoelectrics or battery cathodes – have built a text-mining tool in recor...

– Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory


Study From Chinese City of Shenzhen, Outside Hong Kong in Southern China, Provides Key Insights on How Coronavirus Spreads

The extensive use of epidemiological surveillance, isolation of infected patients, and quarantines of exposed individuals in the Chinese city of Shenzhen in the early months of the COVID-19 outbreak allowed scientists to estimate important characteri...

– Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (NU2GGH002000); The Lancet Infectious Diseases

Surgeons help create new process for disinfecting and reusing N95 masks

Amid shortages of personal protective equipment due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a St. Louis health care system has implemented a process to disinfect disposable N95 respirator masks that allows health care workers to reuse their own mask for up to 20 c...

– American College of Surgeons (ACS)

Journal of the American College of Surgeons

Experts at UTHealth successfully treat severe case of COVID-19 in 3-week-old infant

In one of the first reported cases of its kind, a 3-week-old infant in critical condition recovered from COVID-19 due to rapid recognition and treatment by physicians from McGovern Medical School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Ho...

– University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

The New England Journal of Medicine

Urban slums are uniquely vulnerable to COVID-19. Here's how to help.

Government-enforced social isolation may help relatively affluent populations limit the spread of COVID-19, but these measures can be devasting for the nearly 1 billion people around the globe currently dwelling in urban slums, where physical space i...

– University of California, Berkeley

Journal of Urban Health

COVID-19 and pregnancies: What we know

Amid the rapidly evolving global coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic that has already had profound effects on public health and medical infrastructure across the globe, many questions remain about its impact on child health.

– Midwestern University

Journal of Clinical Virology

Lab Experts Can Fill Gaps in FDA Regulation by Validating COVID-19 Antibody Tests

Now that diagnostic companies can sell COVID-19 antibody tests without FDA authorization, healthcare teams should work closely with clinical laboratory experts to ensure that these tests are thoroughly validated and used appropriately. A new opinion ...

– American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC)

Clinical Chemistry, Apr-2020

COVID-19 Tip Sheet: Story Ideas From Johns Hopkins

The following are story ideas regarding the COVID-19 illness. To interview experts cited in these tips or others at Johns Hopkins, please contact

– Johns Hopkins Medicine

COVID-19: Are supplements best for a strong immune system?

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has been quite the motivator for building up a strong immune system.

– LifeBridge Health

COVID-19: Is outdoor running still safe?

Even in these uneasy times that call for more time spent indoors amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, it’s important to exercise regularly.

– LifeBridge Health

1 in 7 Americans would avoid care for suspected COVID-19 fearing cost of treatment

About 1 in 7 Americans say they would avoid seeking medical care if they experienced key symptoms associated with COVID-19 out of fear of the potential cost.

– West Health Institute

New dashboard takes an in-depth look into local, national, and global COVID-19 cases

A dashboard developed by experts at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Biomedical Informatics takes a new look into local, national, and global cases of COVID-19 to offer better insights from currently avail...

– University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Albany, Wisconsin teams search for molecular clues to defeat COVID-19

A physician on the COVID-19 front lines—Dr. Ariel Jaitovich, a pulmonary and critical care physician at the Albany Medical Center in New York—sought out a collaboration with investigators at the Morgridge Institute for Research and the Department...

– Morgridge Institute for Research

Program delivers masks, COVID-19 info for New York farmworkers

To help protect farmworkers and slow the spread of COVID-19 in rural New York, the Cornell Farmworker Program is mobilizing local support to make and distribute face masks across the state.

– Cornell University

How to Talk to Children about Death During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As the COVID-19 death toll in the United States climbs, parents and caregivers need to shy away from their protective instincts and prepare themselves for some open and candid conversations with grieving children about death. “For children to cope,...

Expert Available

– Children's Hospital Los Angeles

How Will COVID-19 Impact the 2020 Election? University of Kentucky Experts Have Insight

While the 2020 general election is still more than six months away, the COVID-19 pandemic has sidelined much of the presidential campaign. Meanwhile, state and county officials across the U.S. are already preparing ways to allow voters to cast their ...

Expert Available

– University of Kentucky

COVID-19 and Pregnancy

BIDMC’s Blair Wylie, MD, MPH, Director of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, and Chloe Zera, MD, MPH, Director of Obstetric Population Health, provide some information and advice for expecting parents.

Expert Available

– Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

When Is It Okay to Go to Urgent Care?

Barbara A. Masser, MD, Medical Director at BIDMC urgent care centers in Chelsea and Chestnut Hill, offers advice to help you make the right decision when your care can't wait.

Expert Available

– Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

How to Avoid Stress Eating

Elisabeth Moore, RD, a dietitian at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, offers advice to help us make healthy snack choices during these trying times.

Expert Available

– Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Heart-Healthy Cooking with Pantry Items

BIDMC dietitian Elisabeth Moore, RD, shares tips for grocery shopping and suggests heart-healthy pantry items to stock up on during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Expert Available

– Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Cabin Fever? BIDMC Podiatrist Offers Tips for Safe Outdoor Running

BIDMC's Chief of Podiatric Surgery John Giurini, DPM, shares some insight on avoiding common injuries and knowing when it's time to see a podiatrist.

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– Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center


Clinicians Treating COVID-19 Say Don’t Rush to Try Novel Therapies Without Proof of Benefit

Intensivists caution against the use of premature novel therapies in lieu of traditional critical care principles in patients with COVID-19 in a recent correspondence letter in the American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology.

– American Thoracic Society (ATS)

American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology

NUS-led team develops artificial intelligence platform to combat infectious diseases

A research team led by Professor Dean Ho from the National University of Singapore has developed a ground-breaking artificial intelligence platform known as ‘IDentif.AI’ which can identify optimal drug combination therapies at unprecedented speed...

– National University of Singapore

Advanced Therapeutics

Searching the COVID-19 spike protein for a potential vaccine

The virus that causes COVID-19 is studded on its exterior with “spike proteins,” a key component in its ability to infect human cells. Two University of Georgia researchers, Rob Woods and Parastoo Azadi, are investigating the proteins and sugars ...

– University of Georgia


Loss of Smell Associated with Milder Clinical Course in COVID-19

Researchers at UC San Diego Health report in newly published findings that olfactory impairment suggests the resulting COVID-19 disease is more likely to be mild to moderate, a potential early indicator that could help health care providers determine...

– University of California San Diego Health

International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology

Nursing Research Informs Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

Nursing research has an important influence on evidence-based health care practice, care delivery, and policy. Two editorials in the journal Research in Nursing & Health, by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing (Penn Nursin...

– University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing

Research in Nursing & Health

New research suggests US may be at critical juncture of pandemic response

A new study by epidemiologists at the University of Notre Dame suggests social distancing measures at current levels in many states may need to be maintained until the summer to avoid a potentially deadly resurgence of the coronavirus.

– University of Notre Dame


Physicians, scientists and physician-scientists connect dots between heart disease, potential for worse COVID-19 outcomes

People with certain heart diseases may be more susceptible to worse outcomes with COVID-19, but the reason why has remained unknown. New research from Mayo Clinic indicates that in patients with one specific type of heart disease ― obstructive hype...

– Mayo Clinic

Mayo Clinic Proceedings

In Preparing for COVID-19 Cases, Plan Early, Communicate Often Says Critical Care Specialists

Hospitals facing a growing population of COVID-19 cases need a coordinated approach with a multidisciplinary team to increase efficiency, conserve PPE and protect staff. In “Hospital Preparedness for COVID-19: A Practical Guide from a Critical Care...

– American Thoracic Society (ATS)

American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine

Tracking the COVID-19 Pandemic with an App

Researchers and a volunteer team from Pinterest developed How We Feel, an app that lets users report symptoms of the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.

– Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI)

COVID-19 could spell the end of an egalitarian National Health Service

Dr Sabrina Germain, a Senior Lecturer in The City Law School, says the COVID-19 pandemic could signal the end of the National Health Service based on the liberal egalitarian conception of distributive justice.

– City University London

European Journal of Risk Regulation

Groundbreaking development in rapid large-scale testing of COVID-19

OU Medicine, the OU Health Sciences Center and the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation collaborated to create a new test for COVID-19 using technology and reagents from Fluidigm Corporation, an innovative biotechnology tools provider.

– University of Oklahoma

Researchers develop breakthrough antibody test for COVID-19 virus

Several tests have been developed for detecting the genetic material of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus that causes COVID-19, but these generally only allow detection of the virus during acute infection.

– Wiley

Current Protocols in Microbiology

Don't Wait: Stroke, Heart Attack Still Emergencies, Doctors Say

Doctors who treat stroke and heart attack patients are trying to find out why they have been seeing fewer patients with these life-threatening emergencies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Is COVID-19 somehow preventing emergencies from happening? Or, ar...

– Cedars-Sinai

COVID-19: What You Need to Know About Antibody Testing

As the number of COVID-19 cases in the U.S. surpasses 800,000, many Americans want to know if recovered patients have immunity to the novel coronavirus. The answer could come from an antibody test. While these tests are commonly used to tell if someo...

– Cedars-Sinai

Leg up for UniSA’s podiatry students as 3D-printed feet put them strides ahead of the rest

3D-printed feet – complete with calluses, corns and fake toenails – will enable UniSA’s podiatry students to practise and fine-tune their podiatry skills from the comfort of their own home, ensuring they attain the required practical experience...

– University of South Australia

Fighting COVID with computing: Fermilab, Brookhaven, Open Science Grid dedicate computational power to COVID-19 research

Scientists and engineers at Fermilab and Brookhaven are uniting with other organizations in the Open Science Grid to help fight COVID-19 by dedicating considerable computational power to researchers studying how they can help combat the virus-borne d...

– Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab)

Donation Aids Nursing Transition to Virtual Clinical Simulation

With the help of generous funding from the Sheldon F. Reese Foundation, Augustana has added a virtual clinical simulation software package to support the nursing program clinical experiences through the end of the semester and into the summer.

– Augustana University, South Dakota

Food Safety and Coronavirus

Covid Conversations on Risk featuring Jade Mitchell, Ph.D., and Felicia Wu, Ph.D. both from Michigan State University addresses food safety and risk. A recording of the webinar can be found on the SRA website at

– Society for Risk Analysis (SRA)

Soup to Nuts

The COVID-19 pandemic demands action on many fronts, from prevention to testing to treatment. Not content to focus its research efforts on just one, the laboratory of George Church in the Blavatnik Institute at Harvard Medical School and the Wyss Ins...

– Harvard Medical School

Fighting COVID with Computing

Fermilab, Brookhaven, and Open Science Grid dedicate computational power to COVID-19 research.

– Brookhaven National Laboratory

University of Miami Treats COVID-19 Patients with MSC Stem Cells

– University of Miami Health System, Miller School of Medicine

University of Miami Health System to Offer Convalescent Plasma with COVID-19 Antibodies for Seriously Ill Patients

– University of Miami Health System, Miller School of Medicine

Cornell AgriTech helps New York food, agriculture industry adapt to COVID-19

Cornell AgriTech’s Center for Excellence for Food and Agriculture has been helping New York food and agriculture businesses adapt to the COVID-19 economy with new marketing strategies and by diversifying products.

– Cornell University

UCLA Biodesign Fellow Focuses Surgical, Medical and Biomedical Engineering Insights on a Weak Link in COVID-19 Testing: Swabs Shortage

When the COVID-19 outbreak became a pandemic, and the scarcity of testing supplies became a crisis, the leaders of UCLA Biodesign saw the experience and background of Gabriel Oland, MD, as the ideal combination to help reinforce one link in the strai...

– University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Health Sciences

U MD School of Medicine Researchers Test Experimental Therapy to Prevent COVID-19

Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) have begun testing the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine as a therapy to prevent infection and symptoms in individuals who have been exposed to COVID-19-positive individuals. The ...

– University of Maryland School of Medicine

Public Health Expert Discusses Potential Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Access to Recommended First-Line Treatments for Chronic Pain

Public health expert, John C. Licciardone, a physician and preventive medicine specialist, discusses the potential impact of COVID-19 on patients' access to recommended treatments for chronic pain.

Expert Available

– Osteopathic Research Center, University of North Texas Health Science Center

Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine

How Parents Can Tend to Kids’ Emotional Health in the Age of Coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic has upended daily life. With schools closed, parents working at home, or suddenly unemployed, and many people under “stay at home” directives, the cadence of people’s routines have been disrupted. As the coronavirus spr...

Expert Available

– Children's Hospital Los Angeles


VIDEO AND TRANSCRIPT AVAILABLE: Newswise Live Expert Panel for April 23, 2020: COVID-19 Updates, Media Coverage of the Pandemic, Stress Management, Tech Support, Economy Update

Newswise Live Expert Panel for April 23, 2020: COVID-19 Updates, Media Coverage of the Pandemic, Stress Management, Tech Support, Economy Update

– Newswise

Most firms neglected to include pandemic in annual risk assessments despite warning signs, study shows

The risk of a pandemic was known prior to the current health crisis, yet managers, in disclosing their companies’ risk factors to shareholders in 2018, showed little foresight in terms of the impact and likelihood of a pandemic, according to new re...

– University of Notre Dame

Management Disclosure of Risk Factors and COVID-19

The most promising strategies for defeating coronavirus: A review study

In an unprecedented effort, hundreds of thousands of researchers and clinicians worldwide are locked in a race against time to develop cures, vaccines, and better diagnostic tests for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus SARS-CoV-2.

– Frontiers

Frontiers in Microbiology

Higher Levels of NETs in Blood Associated with More Severe COVID-19

New study explores the connection between levels of a type of destructive white blood cell, known as a neutrophil, with the severity of COVID-19.

– Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

JCI Insight, April-2020

Reusable medical devices could help solve key COVID-19 problem

Penn State research team designing device that uses plasma to sterilize ventilators, face shields and masks

– Penn State College of Engineering

Working behind the scenes: UAB pathologists play key role in fighting coronavirus pandemic

Testing has been a major cause for concern worldwide ever since the pandemic began, but clinicians and researchers with UAB’s Department of Pathology have been working around the clock to make testing available for as many people as possible, makin...

– University of Alabama at Birmingham

Lehigh’s Don Outing Shares College Retention Strategies Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

Drawing from his own experience as a first-generation college student and professor, Donald Outing, Vice President for Equity and Community, University Diversity and Inclusion Officer at Lehigh University, provided strategies for how students can thr...

– CFES Brilliant Pathways

A Silent Epidemic

After years of progress, geriatrician Sharon Inouye worries that hard-won best practices for reducing delirium risk are getting lost in the turmoil of COVID-19 care.

– Harvard Medical School

Researchers enrolling COVID-19 patients for treatment trial

Researchers are now enrolling outpatients with COVID-19 for a randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of two drug regimens – hydroxychloroquine and hydroxychloroquine with azithromycin. There is conflicting evidence on whether it works...

– University of Washington School of Medicine

Don’t Ignore Signs of Stroke or Heart Attack During COVID-19 Crisis

Many hospitals across the country have noticed an increase of people ignoring life-threatening symptoms. They are choosing to stay home, instead of seeking care at an emergency department. When they do arrive at the hospital, the patient has lost cri...

– Hackensack Meridian Health

NY State Contact Tracing Plan Dead End for Communities

New York City Community groups, with long and outstanding records of undertaking health initiatives in COVID-19 impacted communities, today expressed extreme dismay at the just announced state contact tracing plan which would be largely administered ...

– Health People

UV Light to Treat COVID-19; UNH UV Expert Offers Comment

Jim Malley, an internationally known expert in ultraviolet light and professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of New Hampshire, is available to talk about why UV light to treat COVID-19 is not safe for patients or pets.

Expert Available

– University of New Hampshire

Policy and Public Affairs

Low-Tech Modifications Can Reduce Airborne Transmission in Emergency COVID-19 Hospitals, Say Researchers

Simple, low-cost ventilation designs and configuration of wards can reduce the dispersal of airborne virus in emergency COVID-19 hospitals converted from large open spaces, say researchers at the University of Cambridge.

– University of Cambridge

Embargo expired on 27-Apr-2020 at 19:05 ET

HCPA Warns Consumers Against Injecting Disinfectants as a Cure for COVID-19

HCPA reminds consumers to use disinfecting products as they're intended and according to the directions on the label, following speculation that injecting disinfectants can be used to cure COVID-19.

– Household and Commercial Products Association


ISPOR Introduces HEOR-Focused COVID-19 News Webpage

ISPOR—The Professional Society for Health Economics and Outcomes Research—announced that it has posted a COVID-19 News webpage.

– ISPOR—The Professional Society for Health Economics and Outcomes Research

Value in Health and Value in Health Regional Issues

Dr. Maurice O’Gorman to Speak on AAAS Webinar about Immune System Monitoring to Combat COVID-19

Dr. O’Gorman, Chief of Laboratory Medicine at CHLA and Professor of Pathology and Pediatrics at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, is an expert in immune monitoring and flow cytometry assays for the assessment of immune dysfunction. During this...

– Children's Hospital Los Angeles

Webinar: COVID-19, Nutrition in Immune Response Against Viral Infection

ILSI hosts a free public webinar on COVID-19, nutrition and immune response.

– International Life Sciences Institute North America

ASU Launches Comprehensive Summer School 2020 Program for Learners at all Levels

What does Summer School look like for students in 2020? In a period of economic uncertainty with shifting job markets and employment opportunities that are evaporating in some places and springing to life in others, higher education remains one of th...

– Arizona State University (ASU)

COVID Conversations on Risk

The Society of Risk Analysis (SRA) has launched COVID Conversations on Risk, a series of podcast and webinars featuring various aspects of risk analysis. The series is hosted by SRA President, Seth Guikema, Ph.D., University of Michigan.

– Society for Risk Analysis (SRA)

Mayo Clinic introduces skill for Amazon's Alexa about COVID-19

Mayo Clinic has launched a new skill for Alexa, Amazon’s cloud-based voice service, to put the latest information about the COVID-19 pandemic just a question away for consumers.

– Mayo Clinic

Rush Announces $1 Million Matching Gift Challenge

Rush is announcing a $1 million matching gift challenge. Inspired by Rush’s COVID-19 response efforts, these philanthropists have agreed to match every donation to Rush’s COVID-19 response funds, dollar-for-dollar, up to $1 million.

– Rush University Medical Center

Website launched to support families of children affected by diabetes during COVID-19

The website addresses the need for credible information and a plan to support families with children at home. Health care providers, graduate, and undergraduate students quickly developed a website that serves as a comprehensive single source for hig...

– McMaster University

South Shore clinic expands COVID-19 testing

UI Health Mile Square Health Center — a network of federally qualified health centers, or FQHCs, in Chicago — is now providing COVID-19 testing to community members on the South Side who meet testing criteria at its South Shore clinic, located at...

– University of Illinois at Chicago

UCLA scientists receive grants for COVID-19 research from California’s stem cell agency

Three researchers at the Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research at UCLA have received awards to pursue treatments and vaccines for COVID-19 from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, the state’s st...

– University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Health Sciences

Expert Pitch

How Much COVID-19 News Is Too Much News for Good Mental Health?

– McLean Hospital

Keep your eye on not touching your eyes, handy tips from an ophthalmologist

– West Virginia University

Coronavirus conspiracies? Expert details the dangers and psychology behind them

– University of Delaware

Pandemic Effects on Marriage and Relationships

– Association for Psychological Science

Desperate to reopen, Tesla risks workers safety

– Cornell University

WVU Extension Service expert addresses national meat shortage concerns

– West Virginia University

Rutgers Expert Available to Speak Behavior Change That will be Necessary to Move Beyond Stay- at- Home Orders

– Rutgers School of Public Health

Expect excess supply of toilet paper in the market soon

– Binghamton University, State University of New York

Rutgers Expert Available to Comment on COVID-19 Neurological Effects in Seniors

– Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research at Rutgers University

Don’t feel bad about purchasing non-essential items during COVID-19 crisis

– Binghamton University, State University of New York

Mathematical Model Predicts COVID-19 Hospitalizations for Those with Underlying Conditions

– Washington University in St. Louis

UNLV Public Health Expert Melva Thompson-Robinson on Why Coronavirus Disproportionately Affects Communities of Color

– University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)

Google-Apple contact tracing model gains ground, centralized approach ‘doomed to fail’

– Cornell University

FSU professor offers suggestions for families spending more time together during COVID-19

– Florida State University

The Ethics of Ventilators During COVID-19

– University of Maryland, Baltimore

Rutgers Experts Available to Discuss Dangers of Consuming, Injecting Disinfectants

– Rutgers University-New Brunswick

How the coronavirus pandemic accelerates the 4th Industrial Revolution

– Thunderbird School of Global Management


Coronavirus may damage kidneys, impact dialysis supplies

. Ashita Tolwani, a nephrologist at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, explains how COVID-19 is impacting patients and putting a strain on the availability of dialysis supplies..

– University of Alabama at Birmingham


Mental health in children on home confinement in COVID-19 outbreak in China

– JAMA - Journal of the American Medical Association

JAMA Pediatrics





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