Those with high narcissism less likely to follow COVID-19 mitigation strategies
12 days ago - By Healio
People with higher levels of narcissism were less likely to follow COVID-19 mitigation strategies, such as masking and vaccination, researchers reported in Current Psychology.
Peter K. Hatemi, of Pennsylvania State University, and Zoltán Fazekas, of Copenhagen Business School, assessed the effects of grandiose and vulnerable narcissism on whether people were more or less likely to wear a face mask in public or receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
They collected data in March 2021 from 1,100 U.S. adults by phone and internet through YouGov. Respondents were surveyed about mask-wearing, vaccination
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Breakthrough COVID Deaths Increasing in US
12 days ago - By Medscape
More COVID-19 deaths are occurring among those who are vaccinated against the coronavirus. But public health experts say that should be expected as more Americans reach full vaccination status.
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Experts Warn Against 'new Normal' Strategies for COVID-19
12 days ago - By Medindia Health
The talks of a new normal fail to incorporate the significant role of non-communicable chronic diseases in exacerbating COVID-19 and the disproportionate healthcare system.
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