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Every two degree rise in temperature increases risk pregnant women will give birth prematurely 4 Nov 2020, 6:32pm Every two degree rise in temperature increases risk pregnant women will give birth prematurely
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A new study from the University of the Witwatersrand found the risk of pregnant women giving birth prematurely or having a stillbirth rose by about 5% per 2F increase in temperature
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Experimental thyroid hormone treatment could prevent lung failure in COVID-19 patients 4 Nov 2020, 4:22pm Updated Experimental thyroid hormone treatment could prevent lung failure in COVID-19 patients
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Research has shown that T3, a thyroid hormone that reduces inflammation and plays a role in cells along the lining of the lungs absorbing fluids, can prevent lung failure in COVID-19 patients.
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Half of depression patients given magic mushroom compound symptom-free a month after being dosed 4 Nov 2020, 1:43pm Updated Half of depression patients given magic mushroom compound symptom-free a month after being dosed
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A new study from Johns Hopkins Medicine found that half of depression patients who took two doses of psilocybin, the compound found in magic mushrooms, were in remission one month later.
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FDA warns against at-home coronavirus treatment using an oxygen concentrator 4 Nov 2020, 1:00pm Updated FDA warns against at-home coronavirus treatment using an oxygen concentrator
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In a consumer update posted on Friday, the FDA warned against using oxygen concentrators to treat coronavirus at home or using pulse oximeters to determine whether or not they have COVID-19
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Britain records 492 Covid-19 deaths in highest daily toll since May 4 Nov 2020, 12:48pm Updated Britain records 492 Covid-19 deaths in highest daily toll since May
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Figures show the number of lab-confirmed victims today is the most since 500 were announced on May 19. More than 1,000 Brits succumbed to the disease each day during the peak of the first wave.
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Coronavirus England: Is the NHS QUIETER than usual? 4 Nov 2020, 3:28am Coronavirus England: Is the NHS QUIETER than usual?
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A leaked NHS report suggests that 16 per cent of hospital beds in England were still available to use as of yesterday, which is more than in any quarter from 2010 to the end of 2019.
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Weather alone will NOT change the spread of coronavirus, study finds 3 Nov 2020, 11:50pm Updated Weather alone will NOT change the spread of coronavirus, study finds
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A new study from the University of Texas at Austin found that taking trips and spending time away from home were the top two contributing factors to coronavirus spread in the US.
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Babies with higher vitamin D levels less are likely to grow up to be obese 3 Nov 2020, 9:22pm Updated Babies with higher vitamin D levels less are likely to grow up to be obese
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For every unit higher a one-year-old's vitamin D levels were, their body mass index climbed more slowly between ages one and five and they had less fat and more muscle as teens, a new study found.
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Coronavirus NY: Study says 1.7m - 6 times official figure - infected 3 Nov 2020, 9:21pm Updated Coronavirus NY: Study says 1.7m - 6 times official figure - infected
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A new study from Mount Sinai found that antibodies were detected in 22% of samples, which indicates that at least 1.7 million New Yorkers have been infected - six times more than the official count.
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COVID-positive or quarantining people CAN vote in person, CDC says 3 Nov 2020, 7:16pm Updated COVID-positive or quarantining people CAN vote in person, CDC says
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More than 881,000 Americans tested positive for coronavirus in the past 10 days, meaning they could still be contagious. But that doesn't change their right to vote, the CDC said in new guidance.
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Nevada directs nursing homes to stop using rapid COVID-19 tests after high rates of false-positives 3 Nov 2020, 7:16pm Updated Nevada directs nursing homes to stop using rapid COVID-19 tests after high rates of false-positives
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Of the 39 positive tests, run by the Quidel Sofia II and the BD Veritor Plus, and sent for confirmatory tests, 23 were false positives, meaning an error rate of 60%, Nevada health officials said.
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More than 61,000 children tested positive for coronavirus last week in record-breaking increase 3 Nov 2020, 7:12pm Updated More than 61,000 children tested positive for coronavirus last week in record-breaking increase
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According to a new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics, the last two weeks, 61,447 child COVID-19 cases were reported, which is a 15% jump from the previous two weeks.
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