Dr Boris Gojanovic – Wearables | Telehealth | COVID-19 | Prehabilitation

Doctor Boris Gojanovic is a sports and exercise medicine physician, Health & Performance Medical Director at The Swiss Olympic Medical Centre, Hôpital de la Tour, Geneva. He looks after elite and adolescent athletes, and active people, and is involved …

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UC San Diego reports rise in COVID-19 social media scams involving fake treatments, testing kits

“From March to May 2020, we have identified nearly 2,000 fraudulent postings likely tied to fake COVID-19 health products, financial scams, and other consumer risk.”

Physician wellness takes on new urgency | Today’s Hospitalist

Coronavirus has pushed clinicians far beyond what they’ve previously faced; clinician wellness has suffered due to the stress of treating the virus and the fears of becoming infected and transmitting it to family, among other concerns. It’s now clear that clinicians need extra support and attention.

Obesity Increases Your Risk of Dying From COVID-19 by Almost 50 Percent

Experts explain why obesity makes it harder to fight off COVID.

Back to School: COVID-19 Safety for Kids

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Beating HIV and COVID-19 may depend on tweaking vaccine molecules | La Jolla Institute for Immunology

La Jolla Institute for Immunology. We have relied on the strength of our people and the quality of our research.

Providers not on board with new CDC COVID-19 testing guidelines

Healthcare providers say they don’t plan to follow new CDC guidelines that recommend not testing all individuals who have been exposed to COVID-19.

How to Safely Sanitize Every Type of Face Mask

These are the types of common face masks experts say can be easily disinfected at home for reuse, and how to do it safely.

CDC Changes COVID-19 Testing Guidelines, Worrying Experts

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is now advising that most people who’ve been exposed to COVID-19 but don’t have symptoms may not need to be tested.