How to tell the difference between Kawasaki disease and MIS-C

Kawasaki disease (KD) is the leading cause of acquired heart disease in children in developed.

COVID virus’ incubation time gets shorter with each new variant

If you get infected with COVID-19, the time from infection to possible onset of symptoms—the incubation.

Summer colds: This may explain why so many have suffered them this year

Most of us associate colds and the flu with colder weather. But that doesn’t mean.

Long-lasting loss of smell, taste in 5% of COVID cases: study

Around five percent of people who have had COVID-19 develop long-lasting problems with their sense.

Study suggests SARS-CoV-2 virus enters the brain by using cells in the nose to make nanotube tunnels

A team of researchers at the Institute Pasteur reports evidence that suggests the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

IT in health care has produced modest changes, so far

It has never been hard to imagine how information technology (IT) might improve health care.

New study updates evidence on rare heart condition after COVID vaccination

A study published by The BMJ today provides an up-to-date summary of evidence on the risk of.

Strategies to provide better treatment and care to patients in the ICU

When patients are admitted to an ICU (intensive care unit), health practitioners provide treatment based.

Pulse oximeter less accurate in non-white patients, study finds

It’s a device most patients will recognize from their most recent doctor’s appointment: a small.

US opens COVID vaccine to little kids; shots begin this week

The U.S. on Saturday opened COVID vaccine to infants, toddlers and preschoolers. The shots will.