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7/9 NowThis: Doctors and nurses get emotional over new Covid surge
7/8 Guardian: Warning of serious brain disorders in people with mild coronavirus symptoms
7/8 Reuters: WHO acknowledges virus may be airborne
7/3 Terry Cralle: PM 2.5 Vs N95 Vs N99: What’s The Best Face Mask For Coronavirus
7/3 MedCram: Blood Clots & COVID-19 - New Research & Potential Role of NAC
7/3 Science Direct: Making sense of mutation: what D614G means for the COVID-19 pandemic remains unclear
6/15 Contagion Live: Sunlight Inactivates the Airborne Virus that Causes COVID-19 (airborne saliva simulation to kill virus w/sun takes between 6 to 19 minutes with sun simulation, or up to 125 minutes no sun simulation.)
6/29 Medscape: Three Stages to COVID-19 Brain Damage, New Review Suggests
7/1 BMJ: Diagnostic accuracy of serological tests for covid-19: systematic review and meta-analysis (Overall, this study says we shouldn't rely on antibody testing b/c generally the tests are faulty.)
6/30 AZFamily: Study shows asymptomatic COVID patients could have long-term lung damage
6/30 BGR: We might finally know why the coronavirus spread is out of control again
6/30 Physics of Fluids: Visualizing the effectiveness of face masks in obstructing respiratory jets
6/30 BBC: Covid survivors may face life-long brain injuries
6/30 NPR: As Coronavirus Surges, How Much Testing Does Your State Need To Subdue The Virus?
6/30 Business Insider: Dr. Fauci says drinking inside bars is one of the most dangerous things you can do right now
6/30 APNews: Coronavirus’ spread in GOP territory, explained in 6 charts
6/30 Reuters: U.S. coronavirus cases double in 14 states during June- Arizona recorded the biggest jump in cases for the month at 294%, followed by South Carolina at 200% and Arkansas at 179%. Cases also more than doubled in Alabama, Alaska, Idaho, Nevada
6/14 Medium: The Covid-19 Virus Can Persist for Months: Why? Reason 3: Hiding in the saliva to evade the immune system. And what it means for immunity.
6/29 The Week: Gilead's coronavirus drug remdesivir will cost over $3,000
6/29 CNBC: too much virus’ to control pandemic as cases surge across country
6/29 Business Insider: WHO: 'The worst is yet to come' and the coronavirus pandemic is 'speeding up' because some countries aren't taking it seriously enough ("the hard reality is this is not even close to being over," Tedros said")
6/28 Bloomberg: U.S. Virus Surge Likely to Continue for Weeks, Experts Say
6/7 psypost: Psychopathic traits linked to non-compliance with social distancing guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic
6/28 Reuters: Chinese firm says coronavirus vaccine candidate shows promise in human test
6/26 Vox: Outdoor dining and drinking is allowed. But is it safe? 7 questions about outdoor dining and drinking in the pandemic, answered.
6/26 Nat Geo: Here's how to stop the virus from winning : Case surges, overrun hospitals, and a second lockdown this summer could deal a heavy blow to the United States. Here's what we need to turn the tide.
6/26 PJMS: Over view for the truth of COVID -19 pandemic: A guide for the Pathologists, Health care workers and community'.
6/26 SSPA: asymptomatic COVID-19 patients do contaminate their surroundings and impose risks for others with close contact. Placement of COVID-19 patients in rooms with negative pressure may bring a false feeling of safety, and the importance of rigorous
6/26 UNIVERSAL MASKING DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC - CURRENT EVIDENCE AND CONTROVERSIES.
6/26 NYTimes: How the Coronavirus Short-Circuits the Immune System In a disturbing parallel to H.I.V., the coronavirus can cause a depletion of important immune cells, recent studies found.
6/26 Seattle Times: Oregon officials: Daily COVID cases could increase 20%
6/26 OPB: New Modeling Shows Coronavirus Transmission Increasing In Oregon
6/26 Reuters: Scientists just beginning to understand the many health problems caused by COVID-19
6/25 BJHP: Looking out for myself: Exploring the relationship between conspiracy mentality, perceived personal risk, and COVID‐19 prevention measures
6/25 Forbes: Wearing A Mask Is A Sign Of Mutual Respect During The Coronavirus Pandemic
6/24 KOIN: Neurologist: COVID-19 can cause serious brain damage NEWS Dr. Fotuhi’s findings have been published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.
6/24 NPR: Parties — Not Protests — Are Causing Spikes In Coronavirus
6/24 Newsweek: 500 Delta Airline Staff Test Positive for Coronavirus, 10 Dead
6/25 NPR: Dutch Minks Contract COVID-19 — And Appear To Infect Humans
6/25 CDC: CDC updates, expands list of people at risk of severe COVID-19 illness
6/24 OHSU: OHSU evidence review examines role of masks in containing spread of COVID-19
6/24 Dr Mike Hansen: 18 coronavirus autopsies (this is what they found in the brain)
July Scientific American: A Visual Guide to the SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus What scientists know about the inner workings of the pathogen that has infected the world
6/24 CIDRAP: What I Know and Don't Know About COVID-19
6/24 Five Thirty Eight: What To Look For In A Face Mask, According To Science
6/23 Sci American: How ‘Superspreading’ Events Drive Most COVID-19 Spread As few as 10 percent of infected people may drive a whopping 80 percent of cases in specific types of situations
6/22 BBC: How Covid-19 can damage the brain
6/18 minutephysics: The Astounding Physics of N95 Masks
6/24 Annals of Internal Medicine: Masks for Prevention of Respiratory Virus Infections, Including SARS-CoV-2, in Health Care and Community Settings
Infectious Disease Advisor's Covid-19 update page
early pub for Sept: CDC: Persistence of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 in Aerosol Suspensions
6/22 Nature: Mini organs reveal how the coronavirus ravages the body The virus can damage lung, liver and kidney tissue grown in the lab, which might explain some severe COVID-19 complications in people.
6/22 Reuters:Antibody levels in recovered COVID-19 patients decline quickly: research
6/22 AP News: Planning for summer beach days? Docs share virus safety tips (If you’re downwind from groups of people, even if you’re more than 6 feet (2 meters) apart, respiratory droplets can be blown, putting you at greater risk, said Dr. Shawn Nasseri,
6/20 NPR: Coronavirus Mystery: Are Kids Less Likely To Catch It Than Adults Are? ("What we found was that people under 20 were about half as susceptible to infection as people over 20," Eggo says.)
6/18 Bloomberg: We Will Be Living With the Coronavirus Pandemic Well Into 2021
6/18 Journal of Medicine: Challenges of “Return to Work” in an Ongoing Pandemic
Pocket's COVID-19 updates page
6/17 American Chemical Society: Cellular Nanosponges Inhibit SARS-CoV-2 Infectivity
6/16 Physics of Fluids: "Fecal–oral transmission is a common transmission route for many viruses, including SARS-CoV-2. "
6/18 NowThis News: Why COVID-19 hits Black & Latinx communities the hardest
6/18 AP News: Nursing homes represent more than 1 in 4 COVID-19 deaths
Reuter's COVID-19 updates page
6/18 AP News: Study ties blood type to COVID-19 risk; O may help, A hurt
6/17 NPR/Fresh air: Amid Confusion About Reopening, An Expert Explains How To Assess COVID-19 Risk
6/17 Harvard Biz Review: Using Reverse Innovation to Fight Covid-19
6/16 Harvard Biz Review: Building A Real-Time Covid-19 Early-Warning System
6/11 Wired: What's Confusing About Calling Covid-19 Cases ‘Asymptomatic’ ... "There is extremely abundant evidence that if you have no symptoms you can still spread it.”
6/3 Annals of Internal Medicine: Prevalence of Asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 Infection (Asymptomatic persons seem to account for approximately 40% to 45% of infections, and they can transmit the virus to others for an extended period, perhaps longer than 14 day
6/9 Scripps Research: Up to 45 percent of SARS-CoV-2 infections may be asymptomatic, new analysis finds
(updated daily) Cardiovascular Research Foundation: COVID-19: TCTMD’s Daily Dispatch
6/16 Fast Company: Why you should still stay home if you can, summed up in one grim chart There’s no second wave. You’ve just gotten used to being in high tide.
6/15 Massage Magazine: MASSAGE AND BLOOD CLOTS: WHAT WE KNOW (SO FAR) ABOUT DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS & COVID-19
6/15 Fast Company: There’s a key way to curb the spread of COVID-19. But no one is talking about it Fix your indoor air.
6/13 Springerlink: Cardiovascular Implications and Therapeutic Considerations in COVID-19 Infection
6/13 The Seattle Times: Coronavirus survival comes with a $1.1 million, 181-page price tag
6/13 Forbes: Report Suggests Some ‘Mildly Symptomatic’ Covid-19 Patients Endure Serious Long-Term Effects
6/12 CNN: Mutation could make coronavirus more infectious, study suggests
6/12 The Atlantic: The Virus Will Win Americans are pretending that the pandemic is over. It certainly is not.
6/12 NPR/OBP: Coronavirus 2nd Wave? Nope, The U.S. Is Still Stuck In The 1st One
6/11 PNAS: Identifying airborne transmission as the dominant route for the spread of COVID-19
6/11 CathLab Digest: Regeneron Begins First Clinical Trials of Anti-Viral Antibody Cocktail REGN-COV2 for the Treatment and Prevention of COVID-19
6/10 Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy: Osterholm Update: COVID-19 Episode 11: Driven by the Data
6/10 Tony Nickonchuk: Global Deaths Due to Various Causes and COVID-19
6/8 Houston Methodist DeBakey CV Education: Cardiovascular Manifestations of COVID-19: Role of the Endothelium
6/5 DAIC: The Cardiovascular Impact of COVID-19 An overview of the cardiac and vascular impacts of Coronavirus, including STEMI, stroke, VTE, shock, heart failure, myocarditis and arrhythmias
6/4 The Atlantic: COVID-19 Can Last for Several Months The disease’s “long-haulers” have endured relentless waves of debilitating symptoms—and disbelief from doctors and friends.
6/4 Vox: How deadly is Covid-19?
6/3 Penn Medicine: Coronavirus and Heart Disease
6/2 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA: The airborne lifetime of small speech droplets and their potential importance in SARS-CoV-2 transmission
June 2020 National Alliance on Mental Illness: COVID-19 Information & Resource Guide
5/28 Medium: Coronavirus May Be a Blood Vessel Disease, Which Explains Everything
4/1 Vox: Coronavirus is not the flu. It's worse.
5/29 Blue Zones: COVID-19: Straight Answers from Top Epidemiologist Who Predicted the Pandemic
5/27 ABMP: COVID-19-Related Coagulopathy (massage risks/implications)
5/27 The Lancet: Small droplet aerosols in poorly ventilated spaces and SARS-CoV-2 transmission
5/22 Vascular News: New study shows COVID-19 causes severe blood vessel damage
5/15 The Guardian: 'Weird as hell’: the Covid-19 patients who have symptoms for months
5/15 CNBC: People mostly staying home are still getting Covid-19—here's the problem and what to do about it
5/12 Forbes: Wearing A Mask To Reduce The Spread Of Coronavirus Will Not Give You Carbon Dioxide Poisoning
5/10 Washington Post: Doctors keep discovering new ways the coronavirus attacks the body Damage to the kidneys, heart, brain — even ‘covid toes’ — prompts reassessment of the disease and how to treat it
5/1 Massage Magazine: COVID-19/CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION FOR MASSAGE THERAPISTS: FACT VS. FICTION
4/27 The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners: Strokes in young, asymptomatic COVID-19 patients on the rise
4/22 JohnsHopkins: COVID-19’s Vascular Attack
3/16 Massage Business Blueprint: Shut It Down
3/10 NIH/CDC study: (summary: covid presence in the air for three hours or longer after an infected person has coughed or sneezed)
3/9 The new england journal of medicine: Transmission of 2019-nCoV Infection from an Asymptomatic Contact in Germany
1/31 Journal of Hospital Infection: Persistence of coronaviruses on inanimate surfaces and their inactivation with biocidal agents
America’s COVID warning system See COVID data and risk level for your community. All 50 states. 2,100+ counties.
91-DIVOC (updated regularly): An interactive visualization of the exponential spread of COVID-19
Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation: Covid Health Data
COVID-19 SARS-CoV-2 preprints from medRxiv and bioRxiv (THESE ARE NOT YET PEER REVIEWED SO PLEASE TAKE CARE WHEN REVIEWING)
medRxiv filtered to pull up Coronavirus (THESE ARE NOT YET PEER REVIEWED SO PLEASE TAKE CARE WHEN REVIEWING)
Our World In Data (updated regularly): statistics and research COVID-19
Flourish: assorted Covid-19 maps and charts
UofW Covid19 projections
KAISER FAMILY FOUNDATION: State Data and Policy Actions to Address Coronavirus
PubMed filtered to pull up COVID19 / SARSCov2 studies
The Lancet Coronavirus Website
CDC Coronavirus Website
GISsurfer map shows trends in cases and deaths over the prior 14 days and prior 7 days
Rt COVID-19 These are up-to-date values for Rt, a key measure of how fast the virus is growing. It’s the average number of people who become infected by an infectious person. If Rt is above 1.0, the virus will spread quickly. When Rt is below 1.0, the vi
Datawrapper COVID-19 cases county by county
a UK-based COVID-19 linktree
FB Group: Massage, Health Practitioners and COVID-19