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What is a coronavirus? - Elizabeth Cox

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What is a coronavirus? - Elizabeth Cox

Dig into the science of coronaviruses and find out how they cause diseases such as SARS, MERS, and COVID-19.

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For almost a decade, scientists chased the source of a deadly new virus through China’s tallest mountains and most isolated caverns. They finally found it in the bats of Shitou Cave. The virus in question was a coronavirus that caused an epidemic of severe acute respiratory syndrome, or SARS, in 2003. So what exactly is a coronavirus, and how does it spread? Elizabeth Cox explains.

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Does stress affect your memory? - Elizabeth Cox

Explore the stages of how your memory stores information and how short-term stress impacts this process.

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You spend weeks studying for an important test. On the big day, you wait nervously as your teacher hands it out. You’re working your way through, when you’re asked to define ataraxia. You know you’ve seen the word before, but your mind goes blank. What just happened? Elizabeth Cox details the complex relationship between stress and memory.

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The Coronavirus Explained & What You Should Do

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In December 2019 the Chinese authorities notified the world that a virus was spreading through their communities. In the following months it spread to other countries, with cases doubling within days. This virus is the “Severe acute respiratory syndrome-related coronavirus 2”, that causes the disease called COVID19, and that everyone simply calls Coronavirus.

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Which is better: Soap or hand sanitizer? - Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson

Dig into the science of how soap breaks down a coronavirus, and the effectiveness of hand sanitizer against a viral outbreak.

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Your hands, up close, are anything but smooth. With peaks and valleys, folds and rifts, there are plenty of hiding places for a virus to stick. If you then touch your face, the virus can infect you. But there are two extraordinarily simple ways you can keep that from happening: soap and water, and hand sanitizer. So which is better? Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson investigate.

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Are you still wondering what COVID-19 is, and why there is concern in our communities? Dr. Robin Trotman, with Infectious Diseases at CoxHealth, shares about this virus, including some misconceptions around it.

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How do viruses jump from animals to humans? - Ben Longdon

Discover the science of how viruses can jump from one species to another and the deadly epidemics that can result from these pathogens.

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At a Maryland country fair in 2017, farmers reported feverish hogs with inflamed eyes and running snouts. While farmers worried about the pigs, the department of health was concerned about a group of sick fairgoers. Soon, 40 of these attendees would be diagnosed with swine flu. How can pathogens from one species infect another, and what makes this jump so dangerous? Ben Longdon explains.

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How Has COVID-19 Changed Your Work? (1:14)

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Michael: It's definitely changed the work, but definitely feel like we still show up every day and make an impact on people's lives.
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Charles: I have seen where an individual will go to their first appointment and their insurance is on, but then the next appointment, their insurance is off. Then, now, I have to work hard to make sure that I get them the services that they need, which is ADAP and case management, to make sure that no lacking of medication is done.
Michael: One of the things that we have implemented since COVID-19 is that we actually mail condoms to people by request.
Blossom: It's been my first time using telehealth and I will say I actually love it.
Charles: Right now, we're doing virtual linkage. What I do is basically set up a phone call, either a phone call, if they feel comfortable in doing a FaceTime or a Zoom call. It's more now trying to make sure that all the newly diagnosed and also the returning to care individuals are getting the care that they need.

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A new health alert from the CDC is being sent to doctors nationwide to help them identify the signs and symptoms of pediatric multi-symptom inflammatory syndrome, a mysterious and rare illness with likely ties to COVID-19. NBC’s Kristen Dahlgren reports for TODAY.
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What 2020 taught me | Maria Memon | TEDxIslamabad

In this talk Maria shares how she survived covid and the lessons she learned through the year Maria Memon is a prime time Pakistani journalist and opinion maker. She has worked with renowned names such as Geo News. Currently, she is working as an anchor for ARY News. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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At least nine states reported increases in coronavirus cases over the past three days and many have seen spikes in hospitalizations since Memorial Day. Omar Villafranca reports.

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The World Health Organization has said it is rare for asymptomatic people to spread the coronavirus, a message that contradicts current guidance from the CDC. NBC national correspondent Miguel Almaguer reports for TODAY.
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Why Movie Theaters Are In Panic Mode Seven Months Into Coronavirus?

The movie business has a reputation for being recession-proof. Even when the economy’s in a downturn, people want entertainment. But with the coronavirus pandemic ravaging the U.S. and the world, movie theaters are in panic mode seven months into the coronavirus pandemic. Big movie theater chains, AMC and Regal Cinemas, reopened their theaters to the public back in late August. But with several blockbuster movies pushed back to Christmas or to 2021, movie theater chains are shutting down across the U.S. and the United Kingdom for the second time. With the movie business competing with popular streaming services like Netflix, Disney+ and Apple+, is this the end of the movie theater business as we know it? Here’s what the movie business looks like during a pandemic, and what it will look like in the future.

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How The Coronavirus Attacks Your Lungs | Deep Look

The new coronavirus packs a devastating punch. It penetrates deep into your lungs, causing our immune cells to go haywire and damage tiny air sacs – the alveoli – where oxygen normally flows into our blood.

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The coronavirus has had an enormous impact on our lives: how we work, communicate and congregate. At this point, we’re familiar with how to protect ourselves from the virus – and the disease it causes, COVID-19 – by washing our hands thoroughly, wearing masks and social distancing.

Most people who get the virus are mildly sick and will recover at home. For others, the virus can be severe, even fatal.

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The Center for Disease Control advises on its website that “symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms or combinations of symptoms may have COVID-19: Cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing. Or at least two of these symptoms: fever; chills; Repeated shaking with chills; muscle pain; headache; sore throat; new loss of taste or smell.”

--- How can I protect myself from the coronavirus?
The Center for Disease Control has a comprehensive list of guidelines at cdc.gov, but the main tips to remember are: wash your hands often; avoid close contact with other people; cover your mouth and nose with a cloth face cover (like a mask or bandanna) when around others; cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or your elbow; regularly clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces in your home.

--- If you’ve had the new coronavirus, are you now immune?
The Center for Disease Control states on its website: “We do not know yet if having antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 can protect someone from getting infected with that virus again, or how long that protection might last. Scientists are doing studies to answer those questions.”

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