Age-related macular degeneration a risk factor for COVID-19 infection, severe disease

Recent evidence has emerged to suggest that age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a clinical risk.

Autopsies show COVID-19 virus in brain, elsewhere in body

An analysis of tissue samples from the autopsies of 44 people who died with COVID-19.

COVID restrictions may have contributed to increase in RSV infections

Annual spikes in infections from the respiratory syncytial virus — or RSV — are usually.

Research reveals how a potentially fatal COVID-19 complication damages lung tissue

Mechanisms involved in the rapid, severe progression of fibrosis in the lung tissues of COVID-19.

Novel device detects COVID-19 antibodies in five minutes

Rapid, cheap, and accurate tests continue to be essential for epidemiological surveillance and for health.

Study shows paxlovid can safely be used to reduce risk of severe COVID in people who are pregnant

Findings from a Johns Hopkins Medicine research study published today in JAMA Network Open provide strong evidence.

Gut microbes disturbed by COVID-19 infection, especially with antibiotics

In an intensive look at the effects of the virus causing COVID-19 on patients’ microbiome—the.

Study finds that risk of severe asthma attacks doubled in UK after COVID-19 restrictions were lifted

Adults with asthma had, at one point, an approximately doubled risk of severe asthma attacks.

‘Mass testing’ linked to 25% cut in COVID-19 related hospital admissions

The first ever voluntary “mass testing” pilot for people without COVID symptoms was associated with.

COVID may increase risk of stroke in kids, study finds

Children are at increased risk of stroke after COVID-19 infection, according to a new study.