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A trial is under way of the first new antibody medicine developed to treat covid-19 – MIT Technology Review

The news: Patients have started to receive the first antibody drug developed specifically to treat covid-19. It’s being tested in 32 patients at various doses in hospitals in the US. If it’s shown to be safe, the drug, referred to as LY-CoV555, will be studied in non-hospitalized coronavirus patients later this summer. The big idea:… Read More »

Where does fat burn off first

You will first lose hard fat that surrounds off organs like liver, kidneys and then you will start to lose soft fat like waistline and thigh fat. Unexplained Weight Burn In a dream world we’d get to choose exactly which areas on buen body we shed excess furst from first. And with exercise but no… Read More »

When were allergies first discovered

As early as the first century A. Progressive increase in the recommended immunization of children — Advances are being made in immunotherapy and the management of some symptoms, but a cure for any allergy remains as elusive as ever. NIH publication no. International trends in hospital admission rates for asthma. Prior to the first description… Read More »

‘Baby, I Can’t Breathe’: America’s First ER Doctor To Die In Heat Of COVID-19 Battle

This story is part of Lost On The Frontline, a project from The Guardian and Kaiser Health News that aims to document the life of every healthcare worker in America who dies from COVID-19 during the pandemic. We’ll be sharing more about the project soon, but if you have a colleague or loved one we… Read More »

Obamacare’s health care protections face first true test in coronavirus crisis – NBCNews.com

The Affordable Care Act turned 10 last month and is credited with helping 20 million more Americans get health insurance than before the law was enacted. But the coronavirus pandemic could be the first true test of how well “Obamacare” works at preventing significant coverage loss, experts say. For people stricken with COVID-19, the disease… Read More »

House panel to hold hearing on VA delay of first EHR go-live

The chair of the House subcommittee charged with legislative oversight of the VA’s Cerner electronic health record implementation is concerned about the agency’s decision to delay the EHR’s initial go-live. “I’m concerned that as we’ve moved closer to the go-live date, we have been told repeatedly that there were no showstoppers in the implementation, that… Read More »

Coronavirus symptoms: Woman reveals the first sign of deadly COVID-19 to look out for

Coronavirus has now been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation and the virus will spread more rapidly in the coming weeks. With many people being told to prepare for major disruptions to daily life in order to prevent a further spread, knowing  the exactly what are the symptoms of the deadly disease is cruical. A woman has revealed her first sign… Read More »