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The Coronavirus Crisis : NPR

A fake news survival guide: How to identify misinformation, disinformation, and conspiracy theories – Vox

What the Hong Kong Covid-19 reinfection case tells us about coronavirus immunity – Vox

Wall Street’s confusion about COVID vaccines standardized antibody tests complicates COVID-19 vaccine comparisons | Fortune

New treatments aim to treat COVID-19 early, before it gets serious | Science News

This Vitamin Could Be ‘Pivotal’ to Your COVID Recovery, New Research Says

COVID-19 Is Transmitted Through Aerosols. We Need to Adapt | Time

Here’s why you should pair your Vitamin D supplement with banana | The Times of India

Is It Too Early to Get Your Flu Shot?

How To Socialize Safely During The Coronavirus Pandemic : Short Wave : NPR

Multivitamin, mineral supplement linked to less-severe, shorter-lasting illness symptoms

Gut bacteria might flip the effects of a common cancer-causing mutation in an unexpected way | Popular Science

After Recovering From COVID-19, Many Still Have Painful Symptoms : NPR One

The Science Is Simple, So Why Is Opening Schools So Complicated? : NPR One

Madagascar’s President Promised a Miracle Coronavirus Cure. It Didn’t Work.

Potential role for T cells in COVID-19 immunity accurately reported in National Geographic article – Health Feedback

Misleading claims about COVID-19 vaccine spread by ‘Plandemic’ video | Fact Check

Should You Quarantine After Traveling? The CDC Now Says You Don’t Have To

Building Ventilation, Fresh Air And Reducing COVID-19 Risks Indoors : NPR

Study of More Than 55,000 COVID-19 Cases Reveals a Predictable Order of Symptoms

MGH researchers find kids can be silent spreaders of COVID-19 | Boston.com

Coronavirus more contagious among children? Study warns kids ‘silently spreading’ COVID-19 – Study Finds

Kids may play large role in spreading COVID-19, new MGH study finds

Scam Alert: A Real COVID Contact Tracer Won’t Ask You For Money : Shots – Health News : NPR

NIMH » Shareable Resources on Coping with COVID-19

Three Ways to Build Resilience Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

High BPA levels linked to 49% greater risk of death within 10 years, study says – CNN

Researchers discover how gut bacteria help the immune system to battle cancerous tumors

In trial, Israeli gargle test gives COVID results in 1 second, at 95% accuracy | The Times of Israel

FDA Approves Coronavirus Saliva Test For Emergency Use | TODAY – YouTube

New guidelines for phage preparation can accelerate lifesaving treatment

Coronavirus: Should you get tested before seeing friends and family?

Reasons for COVID-19 Optimism on T-Cells and Herd Immunity

Allergies or COVID-19? New allergy season leads to uncertainty

‘AeroNabs’ Promise Powerful, Inhalable Protection Against COVID-19 | UC San Francisco

‘Hundreds dead’ because of Covid-19 misinformation – BBC News

No evidence flu vaccines make children more vulnerable to coronavirus infections | Fact Chec

Neck Gaiter Controversy: A Deeper Look Into Face Coverings : Goats and Soda : NPR

COVID-19 symptoms often appear in this order, according to a new study – CBS News

A National Lockdown Could Be The Economy’s Best Hope, Says Minneapolis Fed President : NPR

Without A Vaccine, Researchers Say, Herd Immunity May Never Be Achieved : Shots – Health News : NPR

Opinion | Here’s How to Crush the Virus Until Vaccines Arrive – The New York Times

5 Things That Could Go Wrong With A Coronavirus Vaccine

Decoys could trick COVID-19, keep humans safe from infection | Live Science

Researchers See Promising Results Using Cannabis Terpenes To Treat COVID-19

Gilead says it will be able to make enough remdesivir to meet global coronavirus demand in October

Decoy Receptor Neutralizes SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19 Coronavirus in Cell Cultures

Singers Can Be Coronavirus Superspreaders, Say Experts : NPR

As Schools Weigh Reopening, Here’s How They Can Lower Coronavirus Risk : Shots – Health News : NPR

3 Warning Signs of a Telemedicine Scam – Clark Howard

How do you get people to start wearing masks? : Planet Money : NPR

97,000 children reportedly test positive for COVID-19 as schools gear up for instruction – CBS News

Hydroxychloroquine, alone or in combination with azithromycin, found ineffective for treating COVID-19 in large clinical trials – Health Feedback

As Schools Weigh Reopening, Here’s How They Can Lower Coronavirus Risk : Shots – Health News : NPR

Coronavirus Restrictions In Each State : NPR

Flu Shots 2020: When And Where To Get One Amid The Pandemic : Shots – Health News : NPR

What Reopening Looks Like In Each State : NPR

How To Politely Ask Someone To Follow COVID-19 Guidelines : Life Kit : NPR

Interactive tool to determine your COVID-19 danger level can be scary | Boston.com

Here’s why you should pair your Vitamin D supplement with banana | The Times of India

Covid-19 test delays create health nightmare as schools try to reopen—————————–

Radiolab : NPR

Invisible Allies

As scientists have been scrambling to find new and better ways to treat covid-19, they’ve come across some unexpected allies. Invisible and primordial, these protectors have been with us all along. And they just might help us to better weather this viral storm. To kick things off, we travel through time from a homeless shelter to a military hospital, pondering the pandemic-fighting power of the sun. And then, we dive deep into the periodic table to look at how a simple element might actually be a microbe’s biggest foe. This episode was reported by Simon Adler and Molly Webster, and produced by Annie McEwen, Pat Walters, Simon Adler, and Molly Webster, with production help from Tad Davis. Support Radiolab today at Radiolab.org/donate.

Dispatches from 1918

It’s hard to imagine what the world will look like when COVID-19 has passed. So in this episode, we look back to the years after 1918, at the political, artistic, and viral aftermath of the flu pandemic that killed between 50 and 100 million people and left our world permanently transformed. This episode was reported and produced by Rachael Cusick, Tad Davis, Tracie Hunte, Matt Kielty, Latif Nasser, Sarah Qari, Pat Walters, Molly Webster, with production assistance from Tad Davis and Bethel Habte. Special thanks to the Radio Diaries podcast for letting us use an excerpt of their interview with Harry Mills. You can find the original episode here. For more on Egon Schiele’s life, check out the Leopold Museum’s biography, by Verena Gamper. Support Radiolab today at Radiolab.org/donate.————————————

What Drives Social Behavior During The COVID-19 Pandemic : NPR

From ‘brain fog’ to heart damage, COVID-19’s lingering problems alarm scientists | Science | AAAS

Coronavirus: Research, Commentary, and News | Science | AAAS

Covid-19 test delays create health nightmare as schools try to reopen

Covid-19 isn’t going away — 6 ways to stay calmer and happier long-term

Quest says FDA cleared new ‘lab method’ that will cut coronavirus testing delays

Coronavirus: Virus isolation period extended from seven to 10 days

From ‘brain fog’ to heart damage, COVID-19’s lingering problems alarm scientists

A Covid-19 vaccine, amazingly, is close. Why am I so worried?

Study identifies six different “types” of COVID-19

How Accurate Are COVID-19 Diagnostic and Antibody Tests?

Major Study Casts Doubt on COVID-19 Herd Immunity After Patient Antibodies Disappear

Coronavirus: These maps show risk levels for every county and every state in real time With Risk levels for that area by type of activity.

Brain benefits of exercise can be gained with a single protein

Don’t Travel Before Checking Harvard’s COVID-19 Hot Spot Map

3 minutes of red light per day could boost aging eyes: study

Gut bug may help prevent heart disease and promote longevity

Conspiracy Theories Aside, Here’s What Contact Tracers Really Do

First Meta-Analysis Confirms Link Between Lithium in Drinking Water And Suicide Rates

“Beginner’s Mind: Sometimes the Mind likes to think it has seen all there is to to see and that it knows all it needs to know. Let’s call it the “know it all mind”. Try returning to every exercise and practice, and even each moment, with a new sense of curiosity, and stay open to discovery. That’s when real surprises and magic happens.>I Am Here Now: A Creative Mindfulness Guide and Journal

 

 

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