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Delta had worst cancelation rate among US airlines in May

By KELLY YAMANOUCHI/THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION/TNS
22/07/2022

Researchers create COVID-19 antibodies from eggs - study

Researchers say that birds are ideal for producing antibodies quickly and cheaply, and these could potentially be used to treat or help prevent COVID-19.

8% of athletes suffer from debilitating post-COVID symptoms - study

The study, which analyzed data from 43 scientific articles about 11,500 athletes, also found that 3% of the athletes developed exercise intolerance.

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Llama nanobodies could be used to develop COVID-19 treatment - study

The study found that nanobodies derived from a llama could be used to develop an inhalable spray to combat COVID-19 and other viral diseases.

COVID-19: Here's how to address continued mental health difficulties in teens

Adolescents have faced a myriad of challenges over the last two years. Now that the pandemic appears to be slowing down, it's time to address the mental health fallout.

By KEREN NAOR/WALLA!
24/06/2022

Authoritarian regimes are a health threat to the world - analysis

There may be an increased risk of health emergencies that could affect the entire world when authoritarian countries are not transparent with their data

Jacob’s Ladder Festival returns with a new format - review

Producing a quality three-day outdoor festival with superb facilities at prices that people could afford became just beyond the realm of possibility.

By ALON BAR-AM
14/06/2022

People with disabilities are facing severe loneliness due to COVID-19 - opinion

Social distancing requirements during COVID-19 meant that people with disabilities couldn't get the help they needed, and they are still suffering from it.

By MICHAEL HELD
11/06/2022

How can health services best implement the lessons of the pandemic?

“When the Covid pandemic struck, nobody knew what it was. So we had to take care of patients who were getting worse and worse in front of our eyes,” she recounts.

One in five COVID-19 survivors aged 18-64 experience post-COVID symptoms -study

The study also found that people who have already had COVID-19 are at double the risk of developing respiratory conditions or pulmonary embolism.

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