Tuesday, December 1, 2020

COVID-19 Testing Required for All Returning to Campus; Free On-Campus Testing Available

The University of Maryland announced yesterday that all UMD students must take a COVID-19 test after arriving for the fall semester, in addition to the testing required of all students.

ECLS trial shows reduction in late-stage diagnoses of lung cancer

Lung cancer affects more than 5000 people every year in Scotland and within a year 4000 have died, usually because the diagnosis is made too late for curative treatment.

Expert Comment: Mental Health Issues Rise Due to COVID-19 ‘Almost Inevitable’

People in the UK are living in highly uncertain times. Along with the uncertainty surrounding our future relationship with the EU, and the increasing evidence of global climate change

COVID-19: the long road to recovery

Researchers have identified a pattern of longer-term symptoms likely to be experienced by people who were hospitalised with COVID-19.

Sydney launches masterclasses on leadership post-COVID for students

The University of Sydney Business School will launch a unique program which includes a suite of masterclasses and workshops on leadership in a post-COVID world, available to students in Semester 2, 2020.

Hopkins Engineers Develop Rapid COVID-19 Testing Platform

As new cases of COVID-19 surge across the country, states have ramped up their testing efforts, but increased testing and overburdened laboratories often means patients have to wait a week or more to find out if they're positive.

University of Bristol students launch international charity scheme

A scheme set up by five University of Bristol undergraduates has begun to support charities across the globe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Covid-19 leaves unpaid carers without physical and mental health treatment

This was at a time when the majority (70%) of carers had to provide more care for older, disabled or seriously ill relatives or friends, and millions more people took on an unpaid caring role.

Hearing deterioration reported by discharged COVID-19 patients

A significant number of patients reported a deterioration in their hearing when questioned eight weeks after discharge from a hospital admission for COVID-19.

As COVID cases rise, rates should stay low

With a surge in coronavirus cases in Victoria and other states, there is a strong reason to keep the official cash rate on hold, according to The Australian National University's Shadow RBA.
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