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Today β€” April 7th 2020Your RSS feeds

COVID-19 teaches us about the need for a unified approach to health

By David S. Evangelista

Could World Health Day 2020 mark a milestone in global health history? Perhaps, but not in the way that one might immediately imagine, writes David S. Evangelista.

The United States Needs a β€˜Smart Quarantine’

By Harvey V. Fineberg, Jim Yong Kim and Jordan Shlain

Evidence from around the world shows that stay-at-home orders take us only so far.

Any EU Corona Fund must treat the cause, not just the symptoms

By Siegfried Muresan

Every evening, thousands of Europeans step out of their confinement for a few minutes to applaud the efforts of every health worker involved in fighting COVID-19. The first time I heard it, it gave me a sense of solidarity, shared...

How a Bouncy Ball Changed the Way I See the World

By Hugh Merwin

What I miss most now, sheltering in place, are the dog walks where a SuperBall can stop time in its tracks.

A Bronx Zoo Tiger Is Sick With Coronavirus. Your Cats Are Probably OK

By James Gorman

Scientists are still trying to understand which animals may be susceptible to the new coronavirus. Much is unknown, but there’s no evidence so far that pets can spread the virus to people.

How Will We Know When It’s Time to Reopen the Nation?

By Aaron E. Carroll

Experts offer four benchmarks that can serve as a guide for cities and states, eliminating some of the guesswork.

Yesterday β€” April 6th 2020Your RSS feeds

Irish data authority β€˜concerned’ with sharing of illness data with Google and FacebookΒ 

By Samuel Stolton

A report from the Irish data protection watchdog has said that health organisations in the country could be sharing sensitive data about a user's illness with tech platforms such as Google or Facebook.

A Bronx Zoo Tiger Is Sick With Coronavirus. Your Cats Are Probably OK

By James Gorman

Scientists are still trying to understand which animals may be susceptible to the new coronavirus. Much is unknown, but there’s no evidence so far that pets can spread the virus to people.

Hospital admissions continue to flatten as Dutch ramp up corona testing

By robin
The Netherlands has again reported a flattening rate of hospital admissions for coronavirus, the public health institute RIVM said on...

Coronavirus vs Flu vs Allergies: Which One is It?

By Knvul Sheikh

Seasonal allergy symptoms differ from those caused by viral infections like influenza or the coronavirus.

How Will We Know When It’s Time to Reopen the Nation?

By Aaron E. Carroll

Experts offer four benchmarks that can serve as a guide for cities and states, eliminating some of the guesswork.

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