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COVID-19: Making the most of hunkering down right nowBy Sally Crocker So you’ve heeded the warnings about the COVID-19 pandemic that has much of the world in lockdown right now. You have the food and essentials you need. You are set to work remotely, if that’s an option. You’re avoiding large gatherings and listening to officials who advise that social distancing is best Read More »

Mar 19, 2020

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Be a leader, you can stop COVID-19By President Michael Williams and David Mansdoerfer The science shows that for a vast majority of folks, the symptoms for COVID-19 will be mild and not require any type of medical intervention. Additionally, given that a virus, by nature, cannot be seen, if you have yet to be personally affected by this, the national response Read More »

Mar 17, 2020

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HSC pharmacologist answers questions about potential COVID-19 treatments, vaccines*Note: The technical terms for the novel coronavirus that is causing COVID-19 pneumonia are HCoV-19 or SARS-CoV-2. The virus has been referred to as coronavirus or COVID-19 in media reports. As cases of HCoV-19 infection and resultant COVID-19 pneumonia rise in the United States, so do questions about the process and timeline to develop effective Read More »

Mar 17, 2020

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HSC professor among international researchers using stem cells to combat COVID-19 pneumoniaBy Diane Smith When news of the coronavirus emerged from Wuhan, China, Kunlin Jin, PhD, and a team of international researchers quickly joined forces to fight the mysterious disease. Dr. Jin relied on his more than 20 years of knowledge about stem cells to work with an international team driven to save lives. He used Read More »

Mar 13, 2020

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Should I be concerned about coronavirus? Hear from our experts.What is a Coronavirus? Named after the crown-like projections on their surfaces, coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that are common among different animal species such as bats, cattle, camels, and cats. While it’s rare that animal coronaviruses infect people and spread, the first human coronavirus was first identified in the 1960s. Most coronaviruses Read More »

Feb 12, 2020