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Researchers find that estrogen can reduce the severity of COVID-19 mortality, explaining why fewer women were affected by the disease than men.
Pregnant women sometimes have symptoms that could be either severe COVID-19 or preeclampsia - healthcare experts point out that time is of the essence in figuring it out.
Severe cases of inflammation from COVID-19 can occur in some people – leading to cases of acute respiratory distress and multi-organ damage.
Researchers find the best protection against COVID-19 is vaccinations rather than natural immunity, when analysing how infection with SARS-CoV-2 affects the immune system.
People who survive COVID-19 pneumonia, take at least one year to heal their lungs, according to a study published in Radiology.
Jon Taberner, Senior Rehabilitation Specialist at Nuffield Health, explains that individuals with long-term symptoms of COVID-19 will need a lot of support.
Professor Timothy Kwok, Director of the Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing, and Research Manager Ms Bel Wong, explain the necessity of dementia day care services during the pandemic.
Dr Michael Wangler, Assistant Professor at Molecular and Human Genetics Baylor College of Medicine and Katie Sacra, Director of Family Programs, Global Foundation for Peroxisomal Disorders, mother of TJ, discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on families with rare disease - especially peroxisomal disorders.
Global COVID-19 responses could serve as a coordinated approach to end the HIV pandemic - bettering global immunisation to both viruses.
Examining existing approved compounds to treat Covid-19 can significantly speed up the development of drugs.
During the height of restrictions and workplace closures for COVID-19, dengue cases dropped across 23 countries in Latin America and Southeast Asia.
Unequal access to care is an ongoing issue reframed by the pandemic, where socially vulnerable areas had more severe cases of COVID-19.
Carolyn Hobdey examines how the global pandemic affected women's health attitudes, such as contraception, menstruation and reproductive rights.
Kym Ward, Dementia Project Coordinator at The Brain Charity, offers insight into how to support those living with dementia during times of uncertainty and isolation.
The average wages for healthcare workers rose less than wages in other industries during 2020 and the first six months of 2021 across the US – despite the pandemic causing healthcare burnout.
Katrina Delargy, Managing Director, Tiyga Health explores the importance of pacing yourself when recovering from COVID-19, particularly for those suffering from long COVID.
Since the onset of the pandemic, reports of symptoms such as tinnitus and hearing loss have been potentially linked to COVID-19 however, there may be a psychosocial origin as well.
Professor Timothy Kwok discusses the importance of maintaining dementia day care service during the COVID-19 Pandemic
David Newell the Director of Health at Gemserv, counts the true cost of saving the NHS in light of COVID 19
Academic Research Scholar Dr Wendy Purcell, places the spotlight on COVID-19 variants and vaccines.