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How COVID Silent Spreaders May Be Infecting Others

Researchers look at how people are infecting others with COVID-19 before they themselves have symptoms, or have no symptoms at all.

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FDA Requests Zantac Be Pulled From the Market

Six months after independent testing first raised the possibility that popular heartburn drug ranitidine (Zantac) might break down into the powerful carcinogen n-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), the FDA has asked for the removal of all ranitidine products from the market.

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Many Surgery Centers to Serve As COVID-19 Hospitals

Under pressure, the federal government announced it will let surgery centers, hotels and even college dorms serve as hospitals to treat an overflow of patients.

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Too Many Patients, Too Few Ventilators: How U.S. Hospitals Cope With COVID-19

Intensive care units at besieged hospitals in New York and other cities are taking an “all hands on deck” approach — recruiting doctors from various specialties to help handle the influx of severely ill COVID-19 patients.

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3 Effective Ways To Reduce Waste in 2020

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The dawn of a new decade is bringing increased awareness to an age-old problem. Waste—and what to do with it. In 2017, the EPA estimated that 267.8 million tons of municipal solid waste was generated in the US alone, with less than a third (94 million tons) of that recycled. That’s around 4.51 pounds of […]

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Shortages Looming for Respirators, Masks, Gowns

Only about 12% of facilities have been able to get supplemental PPE from federal resources, compared with 25% that have drawn from local donations and 17% from do-it-yourself efforts to cobble together masks and gowns, results show. State and local governments have supplied PPE to 29% of facilities surveyed.

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Respirator Masks – In Short Supply

As the coronavirus pandemic stresses the U.S. health care system, personal protective equipment — including high-tech masks — are in desperately short supply.

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How Three Countries Have Kept COVID-19 In Check

Although the United States missed its chance to head off a COVID-19 epidemic, and is well on its way to becoming the pandemic’s new epicenter, these lessons drawn from other countries could still be used to help manage infections in the months and years ahead, Adalja and Kullar said.

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NYC Hospitals Struggle with Coronavirus Surge

New York state, and in particular New York City, has become the epicenter of the outbreak in the U.S. and a harbinger of what other hotspots can expect

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Social Distancing May Need to Last Months: Study

As painful as the last 9 days of social distancing have been, disease modelers think Americans may need to be at home much longer to truly “flatten the curve” of the COVID-19 infection and avoid overwhelming the critical care capacity of U.S. hospitals, a new study says.

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