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  4. Coronavirus Research | Johns Hopkins Medicine

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    A new study by Johns Hopkins researchers found that it may take between seven and 16 months for surgeons across the U.S. to complete the backlog of elective orthopaedic surgeries that have been suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic. Elective surgeries, not necessarily optional, are ones that can be planned in advance.

  5. Breastfeeding with Coronavirus | Johns Hopkins Medicine

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    Coronavirus. Comparación entre la COVID-19 y la gripe. Coronavirus. COVID in Babies and Kids: Symptoms and Prevention. Infectious Diseases. Coronavirus and Pregnancy: What You Should Know. Related Topics. Infectious Diseases

  6. news | June 16, 2022. Fast Company: As the coronavirus evolves, how should your next vaccine dose change? When the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) meets at the end of June to discuss whether the vaccine should be modified before the likely rollout of more booster shots in the fall, it will have to make decisions without knowing how the virus will continue to change.

  7. COVID-19 (Coronavirus) | UW Medicine

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    Rarely, animal coronaviruses can evolve and infect people and then spread between people. Previous coronavirus outbreaks have included severe acute respiratory syndrome, also called SARS, and Middle East respiratory syndrome, also called MERS. COVID-19 is the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2.

  8. Which over-the-counter medications are best for coronavirus ...

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    But remember, if your doctor has told you not to take medications like ibuprofen or naproxen before, you shouldn’t take either one now. COVID-19 continues to spread rapidly across the globe, so some information may be outdated from our publish date. For our latest updates, read our most recent coronavirus coverage.

  9. Home - Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center

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  10. Clinical Characteristics of Coronavirus Disease 2019 in China

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    Abstract Background Since December 2019, when coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) emerged in Wuhan city and rapidly spread throughout China, data have been needed on the clinical characteristics of...

  11. Why sleep is so important during the coronavirus outbreak ...

    uchicagomedicine.org/forefront/coronavirus...

    Take the hour before bedtime as “me time” with no electronic engagement. Minimize conversations and calls during that hour. That's not easy, especially if you have young children at home, but it’s important. We all need at least one hour alone per day. Take a hot bath/shower, play soothing music, try a meditation app and read a book or ...

  12. What Medicine Should You Take to Help Relieve COVID Symptoms?

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    To treat the coronavirus itself, two newly-authorized antiviral pills from Pfizer and Merck will be available in Illinois "in coming weeks," according to the Illinois Department of Public Health.

  13. COVID-19 Vaccine and Boosters - Penn Medicine

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    Penn Medicine strongly encourages everyone to get vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19. The COVID-19 vaccines are everyone’s strongest defense against the virus. Currently, we are administering the vaccine at some Penn Medicine locations, but as COVID cases decline, we will begin to close our centralized vaccine clinics.