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Released: 28-Sep-2022 2:05 PM EDT
Losing the Battle for Hearts and Minds Early in a Crisis
George Washington University

A new George Washington University study shows who talks to who, and who listens to who, as a global crisis emerges. Tthe study shows how large numbers of mainstream Facebook users became entangled with online communities opposed to best-science guidance early on in the COVID-19 pandemic.

   
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Released: 28-Sep-2022 11:45 AM EDT
Arm Yourself Against the 2022-23 Flu Season
Cedars-Sinai

Amid the loosening of COVID-19 precautions and a sharp increase in flu cases in the Southern Hemisphere, Cedars-Sinai experts are warning the public to prepare for a bad flu season this year.

Released: 27-Sep-2022 4:20 PM EDT
COVID vaccine: Who's searching for reassurance?
Nara Institute of Science and Technology

Since becoming available, vaccines against COVID-19 have been vital in preventing deaths.

Released: 27-Sep-2022 2:05 PM EDT
Young Women Who Reduce Binge Drinking Could Decrease Risk of COVID-19 Infection, Study Shows
Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Rutgers research correlates substance-use patterns and personal characteristics with COVID-19 impacts.

Released: 27-Sep-2022 10:25 AM EDT
Study finds different comorbidities have different impacts on COVID outcomes
Oxford University Press

A new paper in Biology Methods & Protocols, published by Oxford University Press, indicates that some pre-existing conditions—including degenerative neurological diseases, dementia, and severe disabilities—matter a lot more than once thought when assessing who is at risk for death due to COVID-19.

Newswise: Medical Researcher Aims to Glimpse Inside the “Minds” of Viral Killers
Released: 27-Sep-2022 10:05 AM EDT
Medical Researcher Aims to Glimpse Inside the “Minds” of Viral Killers
Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Ricardo Rajsbaum understands killers. Like a criminal investigator tracking prey, the Rutgers virologist spends his days researching the enemy. Rather than obsessing over a madman’s next move, however, Rajsbaum’s focus is on the microscopic viruses that infect human cells – sometimes with deadly consequences.

Released: 27-Sep-2022 8:00 AM EDT
Young Women Who Reduce Binge Drinking Could Decrease Risk of COVID-19 Infection, Study Shows
Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research at Rutgers University

Rutgers Institute for Health researchers analyze subgroups of women and how their substance-use patterns and personal characteristics correlate to how they have been impacted by COVID-19.

Released: 26-Sep-2022 9:40 AM EDT
The COVID pandemic is over? Not quite there, say scientists
Newswise

With the rollout of boosters of life-saving vaccines, new treatments, and a large population already infected, the U.S. is in a less vulnerable place than it was in 2020. However, the death toll, while lower than before, is still at around 400 deaths per day from COVID-19 in the U.S.

Newswise: Vaccinating women infected with COVID during pregnancy prior to delivery provides antibodies to newborns
Released: 26-Sep-2022 6:00 AM EDT
Vaccinating women infected with COVID during pregnancy prior to delivery provides antibodies to newborns
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Health Sciences

FINDINGS Women with COVID in pregnancy who are subsequently vaccinated after recovery, but prior to delivery, are more likely to pass antibodies on to the child than similarly infected but unvaccinated mothers are. Researchers who studied a mix of vaccinated and unvaccinated mothers found that 78% of their infants tested at birth had antibodies.


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