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Regular Fasting Linked to Less Severe COVID: Study

Aug. 10, 2022 – Intermittent fasting was not linked with a smaller chance of getting COVID-19, but it was linked with getting a less severe infection, according to the findings of a new study.The study was done on men and women in Utah who were, on average, in their 60s and got COVID before vaccines
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Long COVID’s Grip Will Likely Tighten as Infections Continue

Aug. 10, 2022 – COVID-19 is far from done in the United States, with more than 111,000 new cases being recorded a day in the second week of August, according to Johns Hopkins University, and 625 deaths being reported every day. And as that toll grows, experts are worried about a second wave of illnesses

Bigger is better for genetic tests that check for cardiomyopathy, arrhythmias

Test results stratified by diagnostic indication negative or carrier category indicates results in which no molecular diagnosis was identified, including observation of only benign or likely benign variant(s), pseudodeficiency allele(s), or a pathogenic or likely pathogenic variant in an autosomal recessive gene or an X-linked recessive gene in female patients. AR indicates arrhythmia; ARVC, arrhythmogenic

When telemedicine isn’t the solution

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain In a study published today in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai paint a first-of-its-kind nationally representative portrait of the health care needs of older homebound Americans. An estimated 2 million strong and growing, this population has been at once invisible

Immune cells acquire genomic scars in a lifetime defending against infection

Comparison of mutational patterns with malignancy. a,b, SNV (a) and structural variation (SV) burden (b) by normal cell type or malignancy. The box shows the interquartile range and the center line shows the median. Whiskers extend to the minimum of either the range or 1.5× the interquartile range. Normal lymphocytes (magenta) exclude pediatric samples. AML