Do you know your blood type? About 1/3 of everyone is blood type A. These people are higher risk for severe Covid-19 infections with respiratory failure.
We have learned so many new and unexpected things since the beginning of COVID. New terminology, a new way of life, and there are changes all the time. Now we…
A novel coronavirus that was first reported in China in December 2019 quickly led to a global pandemic. Named COVID-19, the virus has had a devastating effect on economies and healthcare…
Todays blog post is from an informative question and answer type article posted by the Centre for Neuroskills. There is always public health misinformation, and CNS shares the latest information…
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Do you know your blood type? There is now even more evidence that it matters in Covid-19.
This new medicine is possibly the most exciting development on the globe for treating serious Covid cases.
94% of all Covid related deaths are associated with other conditions. Read for a list of the CDC's top 10 underlying conditions linked to Coronavirus deaths.
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