People who lose sense of smell at risk of DYING because they cannot detect poisonous gases
Scientists at the University of East Anglia questioned 71 people with a condition called anosmia, a total of almost total loss of smell, and found they blamed it for mental health problems and marriage breakdown.Continue reading ...
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New CT Scoring Method for Timely Diagnosis of COVID-19
The earlier that COVID-19 is diagnosed and treated, the shorter the time to disease resolution and the lower the highest and last CT scores are, said researchers.
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Wearing surgical masks can limit the spread of diseases, including influenza, rhinoviruses, and coronaviruses, reports a new study.
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New York is now serving as a “warning” to the rest of the United States - and the rest of the world, for that matter - as it continues to get battered by the COVID-19 pandemic...