There are 6 new possible symptoms of COVID-19, according to the CDC

When a new disease appears, health officials can’t really tell us what its symptoms are until enough people have come down with it, and this has proven true with COVID-19.  Back in January, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) listed just three possible symptoms of the novel coronavirus: fever, cough, and shortness of breath or difficulty breathing. NPR quoted the […]

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'Those Toes!' Taylor Selfridge Gives 1st Glimpse of Her, Cory Wharton's Baby

Welcome to the world! Taylor Selfridge showed off her and Cory Wharton’s newborn daughter’s feet in a sweet new post. “Look at those toes,” the Are You the One? alum, 25, captioned her Thursday, April 23, Instagram Story, showing her infant’s legs peeking out from a blanket. Wharton, 29, announced the birth of their baby girl earlier that same day. […]

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See Pregnant Hilaria Baldwin's Baby Bump Progress Ahead of 5th Child

Budding belly! Pregnant Hilaria Baldwin posted a picture of her baby bump ahead of her and Alec Baldwin’s fifth child’s arrival. “Promise I’m not doing a pee hold,” the “Mom Brain” podcast cohost, 36, captioned a Tuesday, April 21, Instagram Story mirror selfie. “Just wanted to show you my bump. About to take it for a late-night workout.” In the […]

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Pandemics of the past and future: A conversation with Nobel-winning virologist

Though no two pandemics are the same, each one that occurs has lessons to teach us about the next one. David Baltimore, President Emeritus and Robert Andrews Millikan Professor of Biology, is a virologist who studied HIV during the height of the AIDS pandemic in the 1980s and 1990s. In 1975, Baltimore shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine […]

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Slower clearance of coronavirus infection may explain why men fare worse than women

Researchers at Montefiore Health System and Albert Einstein College of Medicine may have solved a mystery surrounding the novel coronavirus pandemic: Why men infected by the virus generally show more severe symptoms and are more likely than women to die from COVID-19. In collaboration with the Kasturba Hospital for Infectious Diseases in Mumbai, India, the scientists showed for the first […]

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