What Evidence Is Aiding School Reopening Decisions?
1 month ago - By MedPageToday
This story was originally published on July 10, 2020. As part of MedPage Today's review of the past year's top stories, we are republishing it, along with an update on school reopenings, reviewing subsequent developments in 2020...
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2020: An unprecedented year, a break from tradition
1 month ago - By Healio
The January issue of Cardiology Today traditionally features a list of the Top 10 Stories of the Year in CVD, selected by the Cardiology Today Editorial Board. Clearly, the top news of 2020 was the novel coronavirus. In this issue, the Editors and I acknowledge that and break from tradition.
2020 was an unprecedented year. COVID-19 has infiltrated daily life. Health care professionals have been dealt myriad challenges. The COVID-19 pandemic has also impacted the daily practice of cardiology. Initially believed to be a lung disease, this viral infection is far beyond that, as new information on
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