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Tuesday, June 16, 2020

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Newswise Coronavirus (COVID-19) News Wire


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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Media Invited to Ask Qs - COVID-19 Update, June 18, 2020

When and how to resume major sporting events, pro leagues as well as youth and college sports, what is the economic impact of sports industries, and what are the health concerns of resuming sports under a pandemic.  - June 18, 2020 from 2-3 PM EDT

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How COVID-19 affects pediatric patients

New insights into the clinical and epidemiological characteristics of pediatric patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) could facilitate early identification and intervention in suspected patients, according to a study publishing on June 16...


PLoS Med 17(6)

Embargo expired on 16-Jun-2020 at 14:00 ET

Refugee camps vulnerable to COVID-19 outbreaks

A COVID-19 outbreak in a refugee settlement will likely overwhelm the available healthcare capacity and infrastructure and spread through nearly the entire settlement population if left unchecked, according to a new study published June 16 in PLOS Me...


PLOS Medicine

Embargo expired on 16-Jun-2020 at 14:00 ET

Flushing Toilets Create Clouds of Virus-Containing Particles

Researchers used a computer simulation to show how a flushing toilet can create a cloud of virus-containing aerosol droplets that is large and widespread and lasts long enough that the droplets could be breathed in by others. With recent studies show...

– American Institute of Physics (AIP)

Physics of Fluids

Embargo expired on 16-Jun-2020 at 11:00 ET

Studying pandemic's effects on sexual health and well-being

One in five adults in the United States report they have experienced change – mostly a decrease – in their sexual behavior during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study by Indiana University researchers.

– Indiana University


A coordinated COVID-19 response helped western Washington state “flatten the curve”

A panel of 26 experts analyzed western Washington’s response and identified six key factors that contributed to “flattening the curve” in the state.

– American College of Surgeons (ACS)

Journal of the American College of Surgeons

Platform empowers users to control their personal data

To help individuals take greater control of their personal information, a team of Cornell researchers has developed and tested a platform, Ancile, that allows users to set restrictions on what kind of digital data they’ll release, and to whom.

– Cornell University

Association for Computing Machinery’s Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society

COVID-19 pandemic could decimate outdoor environmental, science education programs

The COVID-19 pandemic threatens the survival of organizations nationwide that provide critical outdoor environmental and science education to K-12 students, with an alarming 63% of such groups uncertain about their ability to ever reopen their doors,...

– University of California, Berkeley

Story Tips From Johns Hopkins Experts on COVID-19

It seems as though there will never be enough “thank-you’s” for the incredible doctors, nurses, technicians and support staff who are working around the clock to help patients with this dangerous coronavirus disease. Their dedication, determina...

– Johns Hopkins Medicine

With Social Distancing and Precautions, Your 4th of July Can Be Free of Allergy and Asthma Symptoms

COVID-19 will mean more planning to make the 4th of July fun and safe

– American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI)

Leveraging Uncertainty During The Pandemic: Lessons From Expert Entrepreneurs

While the future has always been unpredictable, the global uncertainty caused by the novel coronavirus is at a record high. To help us steer through this unprecedented crisis, Professor Saras Sarasvathy shares insights on entrepreneurial decision-mak...

– University of Virginia Darden School of Business


Covid-19 Hospitalizations Could Mean Significant Out-of-Pocket Medical Costs for Many Americans

If past hospitalizations for pneumonia and other respiratory illnesses are any guide, many Americans could face high out-of-pocket medical costs for COVID-19 hospitalizations despite the fact that many insurers have waived their cost-sharing requirem...

– Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

American Journal of Preventive Medicine

COVID-19 Associated with Dramatic Decline in Use of Emergency Department by Pediatric Asthma Patients

The number of patients visiting the emergency department (ED) for asthma treatment dropped by 76% in the first month of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study by researchers at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). The proportion of ...

– Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice

Self-swabbing tests for COVID-19 accurate and safe, Stanford study reports

Test samples collected by people who swabbed their own nasal passages yielded results for the COVID-19 virus that were as accurate as samples collected by a health care worker, according to a small study by researchers at the Stanford University Scho...

– Stanford University School of Medicine

Journal of the American Medical Association

COVID-19 may trigger new diabetes, experts warn

Emerging evidence suggests that COVID-19 may actually trigger the onset of diabetes in healthy people and also cause severe complications of pre-existing diabetes.

– King's College London

New England Journal of Medicine

Researchers Develop First Model to Predict Likelihood of Testing Positive for COVID-19 and Outcomes from the Disease

Cleveland Clinic researchers have developed the world’s first risk prediction model for healthcare providers to forecast an individual patient’s likelihood of testing positive for COVID-19 as well as their outcomes from the disease. Accor...

– Cleveland Clinic


Survey: In Vermont, Pandemic’s Impact Falling Disproportionately on Lower Income Groups

High percentages of Vermonters agree with the state's pandemic-inspired social distancing measures and have complied with them. But their actions have come at a significant economic cost, especially for low income Vermonters, one of several ways this...

– University of Vermont

UVM’s Larner College of Medicine

Keeping governments accountable: The COVID-10 assessment scorecard

A new commentary published in Nature Medicine calls for governments to recognize the urgent need to improve their outbreak preparation and response.

– CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy

Nature Medicine

Maternal transmission of COVID-19 to baby during pregnancy is uncommon, study finds

Transmission of COVID-19 from mother to baby during pregnancy is uncommon, and the rate of infection is no greater when the baby is born vaginally, breastfed or allowed contact with the mother, according to a new study.

– University of Nottingham


Combination drug treatments for COVID-19 show promise in cell culture tests

Six months into the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 7.4 million people have been infected, and more than 410 000 have died. As yet, there is no treatment or vaccine for the disease.

– Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)


Up to 45 percent of SARS-CoV-2 infections may be asymptomatic

LA JOLLA, CA--An extraordinary percentage of people infected by the virus behind the ongoing deadly COVID-19 pandemic never show symptoms of the disease, according to the results of a Scripps Research analysis of public datasets on asymptomatic infec...

– Scripps Research Institute

Annals of Internal Medicine

Calling for Nursing Support Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

There are close to 28 million nurses around the world who comprise a global workforce that delivers about 90 percent of primary healthcare, including frontline response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ensuring their optimal contribution and continued well-...

– University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing

International Journal of Nursing Studies

Caution urged for reopening schools to prevent spread of COVID-19 crisis

Irvine, Calif., June 15, 2020 — With fast-approaching preparations required for a new school year with no consensus plan yet in place, a team of clinicians, scientists and educators – including a University of California, Irvine pediatrician – ...

– University of California, Irvine

Journal of Pediatrics, June-2020

FAU Now Offers COVID-19 Contact Tracing and Risk-Reduction Public Health Certificate

In response to the high demand for one of the fastest-growing jobs in the U.S., FAU has launched a new, online public health certificate course on COVID-19, contact tracing and risk-reduction. The five-week, 15-hour course does not require a college ...

– Florida Atlantic University

COVID-19 vaccine to be tested in UIC clinical trial

The University of Illinois at Chicago will soon test a vaccine for COVID-19. Expected to launch July 9, the trial — a phase 3 clinical study — will test the efficacy of a vaccine developed by biotech company Moderna.

– University of Illinois at Chicago

Deep UV Light Disinfection Could Help Prevent Disease and Virus Spread

A device capable of automatically disinfecting common surfaces, such as doorknobs, light switches, and elevator buttons, could be a vital tool in virus and disease mitigation during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

– Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)

The US Defunding and Departing from the WHO is a Threat to Global Security

In the midst of the ravages of the COVID19 pandemic, President Trump’s announcement that the US will defund and depart from the World Health Organization (WHO) poses a clear and present danger to all Americans and the international community. Infec...

– Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

Redesigning Hand Sanitizer and Donating 7,000 Gallons to Fight Covid-19

Notice how hand sanitizer has made a comeback? It was running out, but this charitable initiative helped revive it by tapping into ethyl alcohol and FDA approval.

– Georgia Institute of Technology

Cancer Care Can’t Wait

Many people are worried about things in their lives that have been put on hold. For some women, this includes an annual mammogram. Safeguards have been put in place at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and RWJBarnabas Health facilities so women ...

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– Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey


Research Links Personality Traits to Toilet Paper Stockpiling

People who feel more threatened by COVID-19 and rank highly on scales of emotionality and conscientiousness were most likely to stockpile toilet paper in March 2020, according to a new study published June 12, 2020 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE...



Embargo expired on 12-Jun-2020 at 14:00 ET

VIDEO AND TRANSCRIPT: Mental Health in the Time of COVID-19, Newswise Live Expert Panel for June 11

Mental Health in the Time of COVID-19: Newswise Live Expert Panel for June 11, 2PM EDT

– Newswise

National Academies Release COVID-19 Data Guide for Decision-Makers

The recently formed NASEM Societal Experts Action Network (SEAN), which connects social and behavioral science researchers with decision-makers leading the response to COVID-19, today released a rapid expert consultation to guide leaders using COVID-...

– The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

Group testing could get 90% of the U.S. back to daily life

A new method of group testing – in which samples of COVID-19 tests are pooled and analyzed collectively – could potentially curtail the virus’s spread through weekly testing of every household in the U.S.

– Cornell University

Reusable Elastomeric Masks Provide More Durable, Less Costly, Longer-Term Option for Health Care Workers Than N95 Masks

A cost-effective strategy for health care systems to offset N95 mask shortages due to COVID-19 is to switch to reusable elastomeric respirator masks.

– American College of Surgeons (ACS)

Journal of the American College of Surgeons

Institute of Human Virology Researchers Find Higher Daily Temperatures Lead to a Decrease in COVID-19 Related Deaths

The Institute of Human Virology (IHV) at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, a Global Virus Network (GVN) Center of Excellence, in collaboration with scientists from Campus Biomedico in Rome and Ulisse Biomed and University of Trieste, in ...

– University of Maryland Medical Center

Journal of Translational Medicine

“Prescribing Art” course teaches med students to recognize bias and better address racial disparities

Can art help doctors better understand their patients and address racial disparities? An innovative collaboration at the University of Alabama at Birmingham uses art to help medical students hone their observational skills, in order to make more accu...

– University of Alabama at Birmingham

History of insightful HIV research inspires neutron scattering approach to studying COVID-19

What began as novel investigations into HIV, abruptly pivoted to the novel coronavirus as it began to spread across the globe. Now, ORNL researchers are using neutrons to learn more about the SARS-CoV-2 protease—a protein enzyme that enables the vi...

– Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Reducing the Risks of Traveling This Summer

After enduring more than two months of quarantine, businesses and institutions are reopening, spurring summer travel plans to satisfy the urge to escape confinement. But is it safe to travel with the threat of COVID-19 still lingering? Experts at UT ...

– University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

'Moral Stress' A Malady Afflicting Health Care Workers during Pandemic

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Associate Professor Lindsay Thompson, an expert in law and ethics, discusses some of the crushing pressures that health care workers have faced while tending to patients during the COVID-19 epidemic.

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– Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School


Nation Must Prepare for COVID-19 Related Drug Shortages

A new paper published online in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society examines the nation’s current shortage of vitally needed medications, and how this dangerous situation is being made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic. The authors provide re...

– American Thoracic Society (ATS)

Annals of the American Thoracic Society

Obesity Patients Report Health Challenges During Shelter in Place

Shelter-in-place orders to reduce the spread of COVID-19 put unusual strains on people with obesity, making it more difficult for them to eat properly and manage their weight, according to a UT Southwestern study.

– UT Southwestern Medical Center

Clinical Obesity

How to Combat Loneliness in Older Adults During COVID-19

Older adults are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19, but also a second public health crisis: social isolation.

– New York University

Global Health Research and Policy, June 5

Individualized Treatment for COVID-19 Patients Should Be Based on Three Disease Phases

A new review details three distinct phases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, and urges medical professionals to consider an individualized treatment approach based on the disease phases and each patient’s symptoms...

– American Physiological Society (APS)

Physiological Reviews

COVID-19 Triage Decisions Should ‘Ignore Life-Years Saved,’ Writes Bioethicist in Medical Care

How do we decide which patients with COVID-19 should get priority for lifesaving ventilators and ICU beds? Writing in the July issue of Medical Care, a prominent bioethicist argues that COVID-19 triage strategies should focus on saving lives, rather ...

– Wolters Kluwer Health: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins

Medical Care

Nurseries Forced to Support Families in Poverty Through Coronavirus Crisis, Research Shows

Nursery staff are having to provide food and help families with benefit claims as the coronavirus pandemic impacts parents with young children, according to new research by the University of Sheffield and Early Education, an early years providers’ ...

– University of Sheffield

Early Education

Promising path found for COVID-19 therapeutics

A team of researchers at the University of Georgia has successfully demonstrated that a set of drug-like small molecules can block the activity of a key SARS-CoV-2 protein—providing a promising path for new COVID-19 therapeutics.

– University of Georgia

ACS Infectious Diseases

UNC-Chapel Hill Researchers Create New Type of COVID-19 Antibody Test

UNC Chapel Hill scientists created a test that pinpoints human antibodies specific to a unique part of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein. The test can help document COVID-19 infections, identify asymptomatic virus infection, and measure the level of immun...

– University of North Carolina School of Medicine

Science Immunology

Springing into action: The urgent COVID-19 research fund at UAB

Researchers faced the same time crunch — create a COVID-19 research proposal in just five days, to compete for emergency COVID-19 funding raised through UAB and generous business donors in Birmingham and Montgomery.

– University of Alabama at Birmingham

Cornell Experts Offer Advice for Reopening Craft Beverage Tasting Rooms

The tasting rooms of New York state’s craft beverage industry are beginning to open up. Cornell University experts offer best practices on how reopen safely in the era of COVID-19.

– Cornell University

Caring for Your Loved Ones with COVID-19 at Home

UAB expert provides practical ways you can care for your loved ones who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 at home.Much has been reported about some of the most severe cases of COVID-19, but what about those who may be experiencing mild or lesser symp...

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– University of Alabama at Birmingham

Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital Expert Offers COVID-19 “Safe Play” Tips for Parents

As the world begins to slowly open back up after months of living in a safer-at-home mode, many families are wondering how best to re-introduce their children to society.

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– Vanderbilt University Medical Center


COVID-19 Test That Relies on Viral Genetic Material Gives False Negative Results if Used Too Early in Those Infected

In a new study, Johns Hopkins researchers found that testing people for SARS-CoV-2 — the virus that causes COVID-19 — too early in the course of infection is likely to result in a false negative test, even though they may eventually test positive...

– Johns Hopkins Medicine

Annals of Internal Medicine; (R01AI135115, T32DA007292, NU2GGH002000

Responding to Challenges of Older Adults with COVID-19

Older adults with COVID-19 who survive hospitalizations and return to their homes confront substantial health challenges and an unpredictable future. Early evidence suggests that complex and long-term physical, functional, cognitive, and emotional n...

– University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing

Journal of Aging and Social Policy

COVID-19 mouse model will speed search for drugs, vaccines

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have developed a mouse model of COVID-19 that is expected to speed up the search for drugs and vaccines for the potentially deadly disease.

– Washington University in St. Louis

Cell, June-2020; 75N93019C00062; HHSN272201400008C; R01AI127828; P01AI60699; R21AI139813; U01AI141990; F32AI138392; HR001117S0019

Finding Community in Digital Spaces

The coronavirus has driven us indoors and separated us from coworkers, friends and loved ones. That’s nothing really new for Sara Loftus, a West Virginia University geography doctoral student who is studying how to build an online community.

– West Virginia University

How COVID-19 has altered sleep in the United States and Europe

Stay-at-home orders and "lockdowns" related to the COVID-19 pandemic have had a major impact on the daily lives of people around the world and that includes the way that people sleep, two studies report June 10 in the journal Current Biology.

– Cell Press

Current Biology; Current Biology

Pre-term deliveries due to COVID-19 could be avoided by studying EHRs

Using electronic health record data to simulate drug trials for pregnant patients could one day offer a solution to the current practice of delivering babies, even if they are pre-term, if the mother contracts COVID-19, according to a position paper ...

– Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Nature Medicine

How Stimulus Dollars are Spent will Affect Emissions for Decades

The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have led to a record crash in emissions. But it will be emission levels during the recovery—in the months and years after the pandemic recedes—that matter most for how global warming plays out

– University of California San Diego


Finding Community in Digital Spaces

The coronavirus has driven us indoors and separated us from coworkers, friends and loved ones. That’s nothing really new for Sara Loftus, a geography doctoral student who is studying how to build an online community. See what motivated her to pursu...

– West Virginia University - Eberly College of Arts and Sciences

UNH Researchers Offer Tips for Parents About Summer Camps During COVID-19

Summer camps everywhere are facing the difficult decision of whether to open this year. For families the challenge is choosing whether to let their children attend. Experts at the University of New Hampshire have developed a tip sheet meant to help p...

– University of New Hampshire

Water Quality Testing Continues During Pandemic

Senior chemist Beverly Klein tells her experiences doing essential water quality testing during the pandemic--alone.

– South Dakota State University

The Math of Epidemics: Q&A with Dalin Li, PhD

How can epidemics spread so quickly among entire populations? The Newsroom asked an expert, Cedars-Sinai research scientist Dalin Li, PhD, to explain the math behind the spread of COVID-19. Li was the first author of a recent study that showed how ju...

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– Cedars-Sinai

Work Habits of Highly Effective Teams: Insight for Businesses Operating or Reopening Amid Coronavirus

Maryland Smith workplace expert Cynthia Kay Stevens gives advice that organizations can use to better support their teams as they take on complex problems including those posed by operating or reopening amid restrictions imposed by COVID-19.

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– University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business

Organization Science, Nov-2019


Google’s trends: UofL researcher using internet searches to map the spread of COVID-19

In a new study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research, Higgins and colleagues at Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Indiana University and Kentuckiana ENT found a correlation between searches for symptoms of the disease and new confirmed cas...

– University of Louisville Health Science Center

Journal of Medical Internet Research

Rutgers-Harvard-Northeastern Researchers Release 50-State Survey Data on COVID-19

Rutgers scholar Katherine Ognyanova is available to comment on the latest Rutgers-Harvard-Northeastern survey data from The COVID-19 Consortium for Understanding the Public’s Policy Preferences Across States.

– Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Research Team Sees Major Shift in Relationship Between State-by-State Traffic and COVID-19 Cases, Offering Insights Into Outcomes of Lockdown Policies

“In many states, traffic appears to be a leading indicator, increasing first, with COVID-19 cases rising after a delay of up to 11 days,” said Northern Arizona University professor Kevin Gurney, head of the NAU research group analyzing the data. ...

– Northern Arizona University

Cancer Researchers Have a Head Start in Fight Against COVID-19

Researchers at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center have been actively engaged in the effort to develop treatments or other control strategies that can help communities worldwide to address the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

– Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center

FREE McLean Hospital Webinar Series: Unlocking Inner Peace During Turbulent Times - Exploring Spirituality and Mental Health

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– McLean Hospital

Flexible Work: Likely or Lip Service Beyond Pandemic?

Flexible work has always been a drawcard for employees, but while managers have typically been reluctant to embrace flexible work arrangements, University of South Australia researchers warn that the topic is likely to become front and centre as empl...

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– University of South Australia

Policy and Public Affairs

Tear Gas Use During COVID-19 Pandemic Irresponsible; Moratorium Needed, Says American Thoracic Society

The American Thoracic Society calls for a moratorium on the use of tear gas and other chemical agents deployed by law enforcement against protestors participating in demonstrations, including current campaigns sparked by the death of George Floyd. ...

– American Thoracic Society (ATS)

Kidney Health Initiative Urges Investigators to Include People with Kidney Diseases in Clinical Trials for Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) Therapies

People with kidney diseases are often excluded from clinical trials because of the complexity and high morbidity of kidney disease. COVID-19 puts people with kidney diseases at a two to sixteen-fold increased risk of severe symptoms. All invest...

– American Society of Nephrology (ASN)

Use of Emergency Departments Plummets During COVID-19

A new commentary highlights the dramatic decline in emergency department visits during the COVID-19 pandemic and what could be causing the decrease.

– Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

JAMA Health Forum


Re-Opening Pro Sports and Economies After COVID: Newswise Live Event for June 18, 2PM EDT

Re-Opening Pro Sports and Economies After COVID: Newswise Live Event for June 18, 2PM EDT

– Newswise

New COVID Local Risk Index Helps Cities Identify Neighborhoods at Highest Risk for COVID and Better Target Resources to Blunt Local Pandemic Impact

A new city-oriented COVID Local Risk Index will help municipal leaders identify cities and neighborhoods with populations at higher risk of COVID-19 infection and more severe COVID-19 illness by incorporating key risk factors of race and ethnicity, a...

– NYU Langone Health

Six Months In: Lessons Learned From Covid-19 and What’s Next

As we near the six-month mark after the first confirmed COVID-19 case in the U.S., life as we know it has changed.

– Johns Hopkins Medicine

Lung Transplant Performed on a COVID-19 Patient at Northwestern Medicine

For the first time, surgeons at Northwestern Medicine performed a double-lung transplant on a patient whose lungs were damaged by COVID-19. The patient, a Hispanic woman in her 20s, spent six weeks in the COVID ICU on a ventilator and extracorporeal ...

– Northwestern Medicine

Higher Education Events

Gen. Wesley Clark (ret.) to address Tulane students

Clark will speak to students and the public on U.S. strategy during the COVID-19 crisis.

– Tulane University


The Wound Pros Introduces Mobile App to Combat COVID-19 in Long-Term Care Facilities

New app provides camera-based vitals monitoring for high-risk patients

– The Wound Pros

Expert Pitch

Domestic Abuse and COVID-19

– University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)

Rutgers Scholar Available to Discuss Global Financial Crisis

– Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Expert available for comment on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and Materials Science

– Materials Research Society (MRS)

WVU education experts discuss complexities of reopening public schools during COVID-19 pandemic

– West Virginia University

Rutgers Experts Available to Discuss Smoking and Vaping Effects on COVID-19 Patients

– Rutgers University-New Brunswick

With transition to remote work environment, business leaders need to spend more time fostering engagement with employees

– Binghamton University, State University of New York

Experts available to comment on reopening schools during COVID-19 pandemic

– Indiana University

Public health expert offers tips for summer travel and family vacations during COVID-19

– Virginia Tech

Pediatric sleep psychologist from @MottChildren on helping your kids overcome stress-related sleep disruption

– Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan


Clinical Trial Looks at Antiseptic Nasal Spray and Gargle to Prevent COVID-19 Infections

– University of Kentucky





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