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Confronting COVID-19

Asthmatics who have their illness well under control have less severe COVID-19 outcomes than those with uncontrolled asthma, according to a large study conducted by USC and Kaiser Permanente Southern California.
A team of UF researchers has identified dozens of novel therapeutic targets for the development of antiviral therapies against COVID-19 and other coronaviruses that infect people.
A new USC study finds that how vaccines are allocated may contribute to vaccine hesitant individuals later refusing the vaccine when it is made available to them.
A new study led by an Iowa State University scientist details the structure of a critical enzyme that enables the coronavirus to resist antiviral medications. Scientists could use the study to find ways to inhibit the enzyme, possibly leading to more effective treatments.
Boston University behavioral scientist Nina Mazar analyzes different types of public health messaging that could lead to increased vaccination rates, including for COVID-19, in underserved communities in the United States.
A University of Washington-led team has developed a method that uses the camera on a person’s smartphone or computer to take their pulse and respiration signal from a real-time video of their face.
Two University of Washington scientists have developed a statistical framework that incorporates key COVID-19 data to model the true prevalence of the disease in the United States and individual states.
COVID-19 made unequal access to food worse, an Ohio State study suggests, with low-income people relying more on dollar stores, local grocers
Data collected about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on U.S. residents shows that 80% experienced some sort of hardship and that those hardships are not equally distributed across groups.
In a new study from University of California San Diego School of Medicine, researchers have confirmed that patients taking statin medications had a 41 percent lower risk of in-hospital death from COVID-19.