Sonja Rasmussen, M.D., M.S. quoted in HCP Live on the effects of COVID-19 in children and considerations for pediatric healthcare workers.
Steven Munger, Director of the Center for Smell and Taste, explains “the jellybean test” to CNN.
John Lednicky, Ph.D. discusses the transmission patterns among coronaviruses and explains how people might contract COVID-19 through similar patterns and scenarios.
Coronavirus: Eye doctors suggest people switch from contact lenses to glasses to prevent Covid-19…
Drs. Munger and Justice answer questions about people’s loss of smell and taste being possible early indicators of COVID-19.
Dr. Frederick Southwick urges people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers to take extra care in regards to COVID-19, urging them to stay home and avoid contact with others as much as possible.
Dr. Joe McNamara offers up advice for beating anxiety and settling on sleep in these uncertain times. Dr. McNamara advises: “…counting sheep does not work,” and offers up other, effective techniques for finding slumber land.
Dr. Natalie Dean, a biostatistician at the University of Florida, provides select timeline details of symptoms for COVID-19 sufferers and urges caution when discussing any immediate effectiveness of physical distancing, shelter-in-place and other guidelines.
Dr. Ira Longini is quoted at length by CNN. He offers up epidemiological analysis and a possible timeline for easing some shelter-in-place guidelines. CNN quotes two other experts who broadly agree with Dr. Longini.
Urges mothers to continue breastfeeding.”Breast milk will continue to provide optimal nutrition and a variety of immunologic factors…”…