“Not only are they potentially spreading virus by not wearing a mask, they are blowing those droplets to the people around them to potentially get infected,” Dr. Albert Rizzo, chief medical officer for the American Lung Association, told the Associated Press. … [Read more...] about Can you contract the coronavirus from secondhand smoke?
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McCaffrey’s on-field success has also translated into opportunities off the field. He holds several high-profile endorsement deals, including partnerships with Ascent Protein and apparel brand Flag & Anthem. He also launched a charitable initiative, 22 & You, to raise money for front-line health care workers during the coronavirus pandemic. … [Read more...] about Panthers star Christian McCaffrey talks record contract, shares best advice he’s received
The hitter was Joc Pederson, and that’s a head-scratcher for me, too, although I’ve seen other teams do it. This bespeaks an orthodoxy toward metrics-based shifting that must drive pitchers mad, predicated on the notion that it’s better to get one out on a grounder than risk a ball getting through the infield for a hit. … [Read more...] about How SF can finish at .500, a major upgrade
Dr. Michael Watson, who is developing Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine, said he hopes vaccinated people will have a stronger immune response than those sickened by the coronavirus. He said it’s possible the virus not only infects cells, but also dampens the immune system, suppressing antibody response. … [Read more...] about Fauci unfazed as scientists rely on unproven methods to create COVID-19 vaccines
The Netherlands also had a problem with China and complained that the masks it was sent did not close over the face properly and that others had defective filters. Dutch officials had to recall tens of thousands of the ones they had already distributed to hospitals because they didn't meet quality standards, the health ministry said in a March 21 statement. … [Read more...] about Countries criticize China for sending – and resending – faulty coronavirus test kits, supplies