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Studies Suggest the Coronavirus Causes Heart Problems

Studies Suggest the Coronavirus Causes Heart Problems

December 2, 2020

Physicians and researchers are starting to discover, the coronavirus has damaging affects on more than just the lungs. COVID-19 is considered a respiratory illness, in which the patient’s symptoms include coughing and shortness of breath. Unfortunately, HCPs are starting to see cases of the coronavirus leading to heart damage, and cardiac arrest. Cardiac damage is becoming so prevalent in COVID-19 patients,

Kyle Furman Kyle Furman, Priya Korrapati Priya Korrapati
A Certain Blood Type may be more Susceptible to Contracting COVID-19

A Certain Blood Type may be more Susceptible to Contracting COVID-19

December 1, 2020

In a recent study out of Southern University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen China, scientists have conducted a study that suggests that individuals with blood type A, have a higher probability than any other blood type, of contracting COVID-19. The study observed the blood types of almost 2,200 coronavirus patients, along with the blood types of 27,000 individuals without the viral disease.

Kyle Furman Kyle Furman, Priya Korrapati Priya Korrapati
Physicians Study whether COVID-19 Reinfection is Possible

Physicians Study whether COVID-19 Reinfection is Possible

November 24, 2020

With numerous cases of possible COVID-19 reinfections being reported throughout the world, many in the medical community have been left to wonder whether reinfection is a growing problem in the battle against the coronavirus. Before we dig deeper into the subject, it is important to remember that the coronavirus is still a newly discovered disease, that scientists and HCPs are studying daily

Kyle Furman Kyle Furman, Priya Korrapati Priya Korrapati
Physicians May have Discovered What Cells COVID-19 Targets

Physicians May have Discovered What Cells COVID-19 Targets

November 23, 2020

A new study from Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, may suggest what cells the new coronavirus targets. Because most patients suffer from respiratory and digestive symptoms, researchers were able to narrow their focus on where in the body their research would be focused on. MIT professor and the study’s co-author Alex Shalek said the goal of the study, was

Kyle Furman Kyle Furman, Priya Korrapati Priya Korrapati

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