• Severe COVID-19 Doubles Risk of Dying in Following Year: Study

    1 month ago - By Medscape

    Serious coronavirus infections may significantly damage long-term health and lead to major life-threatening issues later.
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  • COVID-19 hospitalization risk elevated in children with poorly controlled asthma

    COVID-19 hospitalization risk elevated in children with poorly controlled asthma

    1 month ago - By Healio

    In a new study, school-aged children in Scotland with uncontrolled asthma had a 3 to 6 times higher risk for COVID-19 hospitalization compared with those without asthma, researchers reported in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine.
    “The findings from this linkage of multiple data sources have helped inform the prioritization of school-aged children with poorly controlled asthma for vaccines,” Ting Shi, PhD, chancellor's fellow at the Usher Institute, University of Edinburgh, U.K., and colleagues wrote.
    The study included all children in Scotland aged 5 to 17 years in the Early
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  • Scientists build robot that uses CCTV cameras to determine if people are social distancing

    Scientists build robot that uses CCTV cameras to determine if people are social distancing

    1 month ago - By Daily Mail

    A research team at the University of Maryland has invented a system that uses AI, CCTV cameras and thermal imaging to detect social distancing breaches and to inform people of them.
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  • STUDY: Social distancing rules do not protect people from COVID-19

    STUDY: Social distancing rules do not protect people from COVID-19

    1 month ago - By Natural News

    The six-foot rule has been a staple measure against the Wuhan coronavirus since 2020, but many think that it is not doing anything significant to keep people healthy. A new study from the University of Cambridge said that the social distancing rule of six feet does not protect people from catching COVID-19 even when outdoors...
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