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High blood pressure linked to increased risk of dying from COVID-19

Patients with raised blood pressure have a two-fold increased risk of dying from the coronavirus COVID-19 compared to patients without high blood...

A roadmap for effective treatment of COVID-19

Due to the devastating worldwide impact of COVID-19, the illness caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, there has been unprecedented efforts by clinicians and researchers...

Men’s blood contains greater concentrations of enzyme that helps COVID-19 infect...

Evidence from a large study of several thousand patients shows that men have higher concentrations of angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) in their...

COVID-19: Exercise may protect against deadly complication

Regular exercise may reduce the risk of acute respiratory distress syndrome, a major cause of death in patients with the COVID-19 virus,...

More research on addiction potential needed for use of opioids to...

A pair of new studies led by University of Alberta pediatricians indicate that parents are more reluctant to have opioids prescribed for their children...

Patient navigators cut ER visits, hospitalization for high risk health care...

Texas is one of a handful of states operating under a Medicaid 1115 Transformation Waiver that allows the expansion of Medicaid managed...

Patients with exercise-related hyponatremia advised to ‘drink to thirst’

Philadelphia, March 18, 2020 - Hyponatremia is a condition of low sodium concentration in the blood. Prolonged overhydration during exercise is the...

COVID-19: The immune system can fight back

Melbourne researchers have mapped immune responses from one of Australia's first novel coronavirus (COVID-19) patients, showing the body's ability to fight the virus and...

New COVID-19 content from Annals of Internal Medicine

`Below please find links to new coronavirus-related content published today in . All coronavirus-related content published in Annals of Internal Medicine is free to...

Facebook users change their language before an emergency hospital visit

The language people use on Facebook subtly changes before they make a visit to the emergency department (ED), a new study found. Researchers from...