Tennessee Boy, 6, with Cystic Fibrosis Calls Himself a 'Warrior' After Beating Coronavirus

A Tennessee boy with cystic fibrosis is on the mend after contracting the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). On Wednesday, Sabrina Bostain posted a video on Facebook of her son Joseph proudly updating followers of his health struggle with the respiratory virus — made even more complicated with the 6-year-old’s preexisting condition that affects his lungs. In the clip, Joseph shares that […]

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Circles: Two weeks of quarantine when you return to Germany

The Coronavirus is spreading in Germany: 1449 people have already died, 95.940 with Covid-19 infected. Worldwide already more than a Million cases were registered. Meanwhile, the United States recorded more than 324.000 cases, most of the Corona cases worldwide. All the information about the Corona-crisis you will find in the News Ticker of FOCUS Online. Germans, EU citizens or long-resident […]

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Ethiopia reports first two deaths from coronavirus

Ethiopia on Sunday announced the first two deaths of patients suffering from COVID-19, as officials ramped up testing to get a clearer picture of the outbreak there. The first victim was a 60-year-old Ethiopian woman who had spent six days in intensive care, a health ministry statement said, with the second a 56-year-old Ethiopian man diagnosed with COVID-19 last Thursday. […]

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When what-if scenarios turn real: Pandemic modelers providing new COVID-19 insights

As a Yale University postdoctoral researcher, economist Jude Bayham studied the potential consequences of a global pandemic that could shutter schools, close businesses, and strain hospitals. That was back in 2013. Now, as the world grapples with the coronavirus, the Colorado State University economist and a multi-institutional team are turning those prescient modeling exercises into real insights for policymakers. “We’re […]

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Corona-App: Transfer of COVID-19 could slow significantly – Naturopathy naturopathy specialist portal

The Coronavirus through mobile applications defeat? Newly published results for the Transmission of corona virus could be used for development of mobile applications that enable an immediate contact tracing in record time. A rapid development and wide application of such Apps could slow down the transmission rate of the disease significantly. A research team at the internationally recognised University of […]

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Healthy eating as important as social distancing in fight against COVID-19, experts warn

The Government is being urged to launch an urgent mass public messaging campaign promoting how healthy eating can boost the body’s immune system against the threat of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, by three leading food specialists. Professors Tim Lang of City, University of London, Erik Millstone of the University of Sussex Business School and Terry Marsden of Cardiff University, have […]

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Indigenous American ancestry may be associated with HER2-positive breast cancer

An increased proportion of Indigenous American (IA) ancestry was associated with a greater incidence of HER2-positive breast cancer, according to a study published in Cancer Research, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research. “The risk of breast cancer-related mortality varies between different populations, with Latina women having a greater risk of breast cancer-specific mortality than non-Hispanic white women,” […]

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