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New York Times - In 1966, she used a powerful electron microscope to capture an image of a mysterious pathogen — the first coronavirus known to cause human...

  • In 1966, Dr. June Almeida used an electron microscope to capture an image of a mysterious pathogen — the first #coronavirus known to cause human disease. #WomenInScience #WomenInSTEM #COVID19 #HistoryOfMedicine https://t.co/G2CvkxCczE

Mayo Clinic - Mayo Clinic’s studies on remote monitoring of COVID-19 symptoms help researchers understand how the virus affects patient symptoms and disease severity at...

  • If you work in a high risk job where you may have been exposed to #COVID19 as a result of your work, you may qualify for a Mayo Clinic research study. For more information call 507-538-4849 or visit our website: https://t.co/z4Jaue4gLB #coronavirus #researchstudy https://t.co/z4Jaue4gLB

MedPageToday - Weighing risks of COVID-19 in children versus the benefits of having kids in the...

MedPageToday - Incidence of stress cardiomyopathy recently elevated compared with historical...

Healthline - Experts say the outdoor demonstrations were in the sun and wind. In addition, people were in motion and most were wearing...

  • There's no evidence that Black Lives Matter protests led to an increase in COVID-19 cases, despite early concerns from health officials. The lack of transmission likely has to do with protesters being outside and mostly wearing masks. #coronavirus https://t.co/RsH8E0isPC

CreakyJoints - Learn more about how rheumatoid arthritis patient Dibs Baer is paying attention to her body because of overlap between RA and coronavirus...

  • Knowledge is power but it can also be nerve-wracking. Besides fever, many other #coronavirus symptoms are vague and/or common, such as headaches or nausea. Also, so many — too many — are similar to #rheumatoidarthritis symptoms: https://t.co/TLpsAjyumD #spoonies #COVID19

Neuroscience News - Vocal recordings of asymptomatic coronavirus patients reveal potential indicators of COVID-19 infection. Preliminary results hint at a biomarker in the vocal system coordination that...

  • Vocal recordings of asymptomatic coronavirus patients reveal potential indicators of COVID-19 infection. Preliminary results hint at a biomarker in the vocal system coordination that can indicate the presence of COVID-19. #COVID19 #coronavirus https://t.co/fWU7uk0O5X

Living With Arthritis - Arthritis Foundation National Sponsors Help to Make This Year’s Virtual Walk to Cure Arthritis a Big...