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People with HIV at higher risk of hospitalisation and death from COVID-19, New York study finds

People with HIV were more likely to be admitted to hospital with COVID-19 and more likely to die in hospital due to COVID-19 than people without HIV, and people with more advanced HIV disease or unsuppressed viral load were more likely than other people with HIV to be hospitalised, a review of surveillance data in… Read More »

Mediterranean diet study flawed

In the end, they concluded that the original findings were still accurate. As a result, the study turned out to be as much a referendum on the modern diet as it was about the Mediterranean plan. Know about breaking news as it happens. Participants may be reluctant to stick to the prescribed meal plan, for… Read More »

Coronavirus antibodies could last 6 months or more: Study

After months of uncertain speculation, researchers have reported their strongest evidence yet that patients recovered from the coronavirus have a stronger, faster immune response if they’re exposed a second time. These new findings indicated that SARS-CoV-2 antibodies may linger beyond six months of initial infection, and they promote a more effective anti-viral response than that of those who… Read More »

Coronavirus infected less than 1% of dentists nationwide, study suggests

Less than 1% of U.S. dentists were infected with the novel coronavirus amid the pandemic, a new study suggests. The findings uphold some health officials’ calls to continue routine dental care amid the pandemic, though conflict with others, namely the World Health Organization, which had advised delaying nonessential dental care until a significant reduction in COVID-19 transmission rates were reached.… Read More »

Epilepsy ketogenic diet study

World J Pediatr. Cited March Epilepsia 49 Suppl. Such children may remain on the diet longer than average, and children with tuberous sclerosis who achieve seizure freedom could remain on the ketogenic diet indefinitely. The classical and modified MCT ketogenic diets are equally effective and differences in tolerability are not statistically significant. Alternatively, ketone bodies… Read More »

Many Health Care Workers Who Have Coronavirus Don’t Have Symptoms: Study

TUESDAY, Sept. 22, 2020 — Four in 10 health care workers who test positive for COVID-19 don’t have symptoms, which means they could unknowingly spread the disease to co-workers and patients, researchers say. For the new study, the research team reviewed 97 studies that included more than 230,000 health care workers in 24 countries. Rates… Read More »