• The Pandemic May Be Damaging My Brain, but It's Not the Masks

    6 days ago - By MedPageToday

    I've been limiting my COVID-19-related engagement with social media because this has been a rough year. I like being a resource for my loved ones about COVID-19 stuff, but it feels never-ending.
    A friend of mine asked me to...
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  • The big lesson McGowan must take away from WA's latest COVID-19 outbreak

    The big lesson McGowan must take away from WA's latest COVID-19 outbreak

    6 days ago - By Sydney Morning Herald

    This has been a strange, evolutionary sort of week for the West Australian government's response to the pandemic. The lesson? Trust our systems.
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  • Professor overcomes loss to craft COVID-19 student brochures

    6 days ago - By ABC News

    When the coronavirus pandemic struck New York City, LaGuardia Community College professor Lucia Fuentes assigned students in her honors biology class to compile all the information they could find about COVID-19
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  • Surgical Residents Getting Fewer Hours in the OR During Pandemic

    6 days ago - By Medscape

    Surgical residents logged about one third fewer hours in the OR during the first 4 months of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study finds.
    Reuters Health Information
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  • Olympic Gymnast Laurie Hernandez Wishes She'd Started Antidepressants Sooner

    Olympic Gymnast Laurie Hernandez Wishes She'd Started Antidepressants Sooner

    6 days ago - By PopSugar

    The COVID-19 pandemic shook up Laurie Hernandez 's training schedule in a good way. The 20-year-old Rio Games gold and silver medalist is making a gymnastics comeback - she's en route to going for her second Olympic team - and the Tokyo 2020 postponement actually gave her more time to work on upgrading her routines. She admitted that, like many people, the past year-plus has been difficult for her, but she's relied on a few tools to get through it.
    Hernandez told POPSUGAR that her support system - her family and close loved ones - has helped. Going to gymnastics practice and moving her...
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  • Telehealth for Prenatal Care Gets Seal of Approval From Patients, Providers

    Telehealth for Prenatal Care Gets Seal of Approval From Patients, Providers

    6 days ago - By MedPageToday

    Patients and providers felt that prenatal care via telemedicine was safer, more accessible, and cost-effective during the COVID-19 pandemic, a survey found.
    Three-quarters of patients stated that they felt safer using telehealth...
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  • Why Private Jets Are The Unlikely Heroes of The COVID-19 Pandemic

    6 days ago - By HealthWorks Collective

    What has been the biggest impact of the COVID-19 pandemic? Of course, there's no easy way to answer this question. We have spent over a year trying to figure out ways to slow the spread of the virus , but the problems have gone far beyond that. To say that the pandemic has affected every aspect of human life and brought society to a standstill would be an understatement.
    The New Normal & Its Challenges
    On the one hand, you have people across the globe mourning the untimely demise of their loved ones. Even if your family hasn't been directly hit by the novel coronavirus yet, witnessing the...
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