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Rehabilitation Across Europe For COVID-19 Effects to Human in Long Term

Although the peak of COVID-19 effects has already surpassed for much of Europe, researches continues to show the diverse effects of the pandemic on the human body. These adverse effects include harm to the lungs, liver, kidney, brain, nervous system, heart, cardiovascular system, infection in the skin and the gastrointestinal tract. However, what the communities… Read More »

COVID-19 Cases Rebound Across the South and West

Linda Bell, MD, state epidemiologist, South Carolina. Cyrus Shahpar, MD, medical epidemiologist; director, Prevent Epidemics Team, Resolve to Save Lives, New York City. Carlos Del Rio, MD, professor and chair, Department of Global Heath, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta. Sarah Fortune, MD, professor of immunology and infectious diseases, Harvard… Read More »

Relaxed restrictions across US will have a dire impact, experts warn

Cuomo, whose state by far has the most recorded coronavirus cases, reacted Tuesday to projections that the country’s coronavirus death rate will soar because many states are easing restrictions now. “The fundamental question, which we’re not articulating, is how much is a human life worth?” Cuomo said at a news conference. “The faster we reopen,… Read More »

Bonding Problems Emerge Early and Persist Across the First Year of Life

A mother’s emotional relationship with her baby begins during her pregnancy.  After her baby is born, the mother’s feelings about her baby, described as bonding, typically grow and intensify and become the foundation of the mother’s relationship with her child. Postpartum depression can profoundly affect how a mother interacts with her child and is a… Read More »