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Common Indigestion Drug Could Be Effective Treatment For Mild Coronavirus Cases

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Jun 05, 2020 … LONG ISLAND, N.Y. — There may soon be a new treatment option for coronavirus patients dealing with mild to moderate symptoms that don’t require hospitalization. A new study finds that Famotidine (Pepcid AC), a widely available drug used for stomach indigestion, may be an effective way to curb COVID-19 symptoms. The research was small in scope,…

Wearing Face Masks At Home May Be Best Way To Protect Family From Coronavirus

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May 29, 2020 … BEIJING — Would you be willing to sleep with a face mask on? How about catching up on your favorite shows while keeping your nose and mouth covered? It sounds laughable at first, but a new study out of China says that wearing face masks at home is perhaps the best way to prevent COVID-19 transmission…

Coronavirus Slumber: Nearly 9 In 10 Adults Experiencing Strange Dreams During Lockdown

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May 29, 2020 … UNDATED — If you’ve been waking up each morning lately and remembering some abnormal dreams from the night before, you’re far from alone. A survey of 1,000 American adults reveals that 87% of people have been experiencing unusual dreams since the pandemic began. The survey of 1,000 adults, commissioned by SleepStandards, found that in addition to…

Canadian Citizens Putting Politics Aside At Unprecedented Levels To Combat Coronavirus

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May 28, 2020 … TORONTO — The governments of countries worldwide have been forced to make some very difficult decisions over the last several months. Every country has come up with their own plan and implemented restrictions to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Researchers from McGill University and the University of Toronto recently evaluated the response of Canadian citizens to the…

Placentas From Pregnant Women With Coronavirus Show Injury, Abnormal Blood Flow

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May 28, 2020 … EVANSTON, Ill. — There’s been a lot of confusion in recent months surrounding whether or not COVID-19 can harm babies still residing in their mother’s womb. Now, a new study from Northwestern University has found some compelling evidence that COVID-19 can, at the very least, interfere in pregnancies. Placentas taken from 16 women who tested positive…

Battling The ‘COVID-15’: Half Of Americans Fear They’ll Never Get Their Pre-Coronavirus Body Back

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May 25, 2020 … New survey on weight gain during the coronavirus outbreak reveals that the average adult has put on five pounds since beginning quarantine. Nearly two-thirds of Americans feel they’ve been eating more unhealthy foods compared to just a few months ago. NEW YORK — Maintaining a healthy lifestyle, exercise regimen, and diet is difficult in the best…

2/3 Of Americans Have Anxiety From Coronavirus News — Yet Watching More Than Ever

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May 22, 2020 … New study shows 45% of Americans think the media has overreacted to the coronavirus pandemic. Who do Americans trust the most for COVID-19 information? Just 7% say President Trump, 9% national news — while 43% turn to the CDC. One in four people admit getting into an argument with a friend or family member over…

Coping With Coronavirus: Bedroom Romps Helping 1 In 4 Adults Get Through Quarantine

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May 21, 2020 … New survey finds that working out, watching TV, practicing meditation, and drinking are among the top ways Americans are surviving the coronavirus lockdown. Nearly three in four adults believe they’re living a healthier and more holistic life than they were five years ago. NEW YORK — The coronavirus pandemic is causing a tremendous amount of…

Study: Patients May Experience Delirium, PTSD From Battling Coronavirus

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May 20, 2020 … Doctors warn that constant worry over COVID-19 is associated with poor long-term mental health. LONDON — Roughly one in four hospitalized COVID-19 patients may develop delirium during their illness, and PTSD is a legitimate potential long-term health risk for recovered patients. Those are the disturbing findings from a new piece of research conducted by University College…

Study: 6 Feet Social Distancing Guidelines Insufficient — Coronavirus Can Travel 18 Feet In 5 Seconds!

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May 20, 2020 … WASHINGTON — All over the country Americans are being told to stay safe by maintaining a six foot distance from one another in public settings. Unsettlingly, a new study finds that those suggestions may be very insufficient. There is still a lot we don’t understand about the airborne transmission of the coronavirus, but researchers have found…

New Research Shows How Coronavirus Can Take A Dangerous Toll On The Heart

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May 18, 2020 … Doctors warn that the drug hydroxychloroquine may cause heart damage, Remdesivir may lead to low blood pressure or an irregular heartbeat. CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Ever since we learned of the novel coronavirus and the COVID-19 disease it causes people to focus on the effects the disease has on the respiratory system. Even the full name…

Three In Four Americans Agree Universal Healthcare Is Needed During Coronavirus Pandemic

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May 18, 2020 … More than eight in ten adults agree that the country should provide monthly stimulus checks to citizens until the outbreak ends. While 30% of Americans agree that President Trump was unprepared at the outset of the pandemic, 62% think he’s handled the crisis well overall. LONDON — A recent survey shows how the opinions of…

Survey: 30% Of Americans Have Raided Retirement Savings During Coronavirus Lockdown

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May 16, 2020 … CHARLOTTE, North Carolina — The coronavirus lockdown has caused an economic crisis that’s taking a toll on many Americans. Not only are their wallets getting thinner but a new survey shows that three in ten Americans have dipped into their retirement savings to help cover their expenses. MagnifyMoney commissioned a survey of 1,239 Americans who…

New Hope In Coronavirus Fight: Blood Thinners May Help COVID-19 Patients Survive

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May 15, 2020 … NEW YORK — We’re all waiting and hoping for something, anything that will effectively stop COVID-19 from taking more lives. With a vaccine seemingly out of reach for the foreseeable future, scientists and doctors all over the world are doing their best to find the most efficient treatment options. Now, researchers from Mount Sinai Hospital and…

Coronavirus Infections In Children May Start As Stomach Troubles, Not Coughs

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May 13, 2020 … WUHAN, China — Just how susceptible children are to the coronavirus pandemic has been widely debated by health officials and politicians. A new study says children who do have COVID-19 may not show the same symptoms an adult does. Researchers say the illness, which has caused respiratory distress in countless patients, tends to show up…

Newly Discovered Bat Coronavirus Provides More Evidence COVID-19 Is Of Natural Origins

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May 12, 2020 … SHANDONG, China — The global debate surrounding the origin of the coronavirus continues on endlessly. Many believe SARS-CoV-2, and consequently COVID-19 (the illness it causes), was created artificially in a lab. Others argue it is of natural origin, like any other coronavirus strain. Just like everything else with this awful virus, politics and personal beliefs have…

Retail Therapy: Impulse Shopping Helping Americans Endure Coronavirus Lockdown

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May 12, 2020 … NEW YORK — Everyone has a go-to coping mechanism, and according to a new survey of 2,000 Americans, many are relying on impulse purchases to make it through this pandemic. In January 2020, the average U.S. citizen was spending $155.03 per month on impulse shopping. By the end of April, though, that average had increased by…

Not Now: Study Disproves Theory That Coronavirus Lockdown Will Lead To Baby Boom

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May 11, 2020 … FLORENCE, Italy — It turns out a global pandemic and recession isn’t much of an aphrodisiac or incentive to start a family. Many have speculated that couples being stuck at home all day will lead to an influx of new births over the coming year, but a new study has largely disproven that notion. Researchers from…

‘Super Immunity’ May Explain How Bats Carry Coronavirus Without Getting Sick, Study Finds

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May 08, 2020 … SASKATOON, Saskatchewan — As scientists race to discover a vaccine for the coronavirus, one team thinks they’ve uncovered how the virus has been able to survive in bats without killing them. Their study may also reveal how coronavirus jumped from animals to humans, sparking the global pandemic. Canadian researchers at the University of Saskatchewan (USask)…

Study Suggests An ‘Odds & Evens’ Approach To Relaxing Coronavirus Lockdown Measures

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May 07, 2020 … BRISBANE, Australia — Your house number may become a whole lot more important in the coming weeks. That’s because, according to a new study, it could be your key to the outside world as society begins reopening from the coronavirus quarantine. What’s the best way to ease lockdown and social distancing restrictions while still ensuring everyone’s…

Coronavirus May Spread Via Sewage, Study Warns: ‘Found In Feces Up To 33 Days After Patient Tests Negative’

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May 07, 2020 … STIRLING, Scotland — We already know that the coronavirus can spread in a multitude of ways, from aerosol droplets to infected surfaces, but a new study is warning that the possibility of COVID-19 spreading via sewage “must not be neglected.” “We know that COVID-19 is spread through droplets from coughs and sneezes, or via objects or…