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COVID-19: People Discharged From Hospital Have Higher Risk for Adverse Outcomes and Death

A recent study carried out in the UK concluded that people discharged from COVID-19 hospital admission had markedly higher risks for rehospitalization and death...

Genetic Risk Factors Related to the Loss of Taste and Smell in Covid-19

Approximately 1.6 million individuals in the United States are still incapable of taste or smell, several months after being affected with COVID-19. In recent...

Corbevax—a Patent-Free Vaccine for COVID-19

The Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Dynavax technologies based in Emeryville California, and Texas Children’s Hospital have developed a COVID-19 vaccine, termed Corbevax. This...

Omicron Variant: What should we know?

First identification On November 24, 2021, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported on a novel variant of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the...

Important Surveys Overvalue COVID-19 Vaccination Proportions in the U.S.

Surveys are identified as a fundamental instrument for gaining knowledge of public judgment and actions. Moreover, the precision of surveys largely hinges on upholding...

COVID-19 Perception Among Adolescents and Their Commitment to Public Health

How do we interpret the behavior of adolescents in the context of a pandemic, as right now? How do they adhere to public health...

Relationship Violence During Pandemic Correlated With Heavy Drinking and Stress

The current COVID-19 pandemic has been associated with poor sleep, concerns over the quality of life, and increased psychiatric distress. Growing evidence sheds light...

Nonlinearity, failing principles, and COVID19

In our years of broken ideologies, few, very few principles survive. The ones that do are fairly stable. The core idea of liberalism is...