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The lineages’ rise seems to stem from their ability to infect people who were immune to earlier forms of Omicron and other...

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    I fear that we do not consider this enough as one possible scenario for living with #SARSCoV2 #COVID19: “If it stays like it is now, then it will be a serious public-health problem.” (thanks @C_Althaus) A good read on #Omicron BA.4 & BA.5 #pandemic. https://t.co/raQGfdwX0g - view on twitter

“It’s time to sit down and figure out when we can tap into these data streams … in the most privacy-preserving way during an...

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Stanford researchers recommend changes to a report that reviewed a national screening and quarantine program for travelers coming to the...

After years collaborating remotely via Zoom and emails alone, members of the COVID-19 Critical Care Consortium (COVID Critical) came together in London...

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Stanford researchers recommend changes to a report that reviewed a national screening and quarantine program for travelers coming to the...

The pandemic has been a setback for good end of life care, according to an international expert in a movement to improve the care...

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    The #pandemic has been a setback for good end of life care according to, Dr. Allan Kellehear, an international expert in a movement to improve the care people receive at the end of their lives. #palliativecare #hospicecare #support https://t.co/BiHInnEdQJ - view on twitter

Objective To estimate the prevalence and predictors of morally injurious events (MIEs) and post-traumatic embitterment disorder (PTED) in UK health and social care professionals...

The COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts have taken a disproportionate toll on American mothers who were pregnant or just gave birth. Maternal mortality (i.e.,...

Adult acne has always existed, but masks and stress are making it...

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    An increase in adult #Acne has become a noteworthy phenomenon during the #Pandemic. An evaluation of 127 physicians published in @CosmetDermatol found that 45% of them reported their acne worsened, a trend mirrored among their patients. This may be why. https://t.co/deIf16BwYt - view on twitter

This cross-sectional study analyzes the factors associated with deaths during and after pregnancy among Black, Hispanic, and White...