Who can keep up with the explosion of papers on SARS-CoV-2? Two Boston-based HIV Fellows have done four biweekly deep dives into the COVID-19 literature. Read their highlights to date.

CMS says it will reimburse for telephone-based consults the same as for office visits during COVID-19. Expert Betsy Nicoletti explains how to code and bill these services properly during the pandemic.

Posted on 19 May 2020 In: Health

Coronavirus Puts UV in the Disinfectant Spotlight

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The coronavirus pandemic has breathed new life into a decades-old technique that can zap viruses and bacteria: ultraviolet light.

Posted on 19 May 2020 In: Health

Antibodies May Tame Inflammatory Condition in Kids

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The inflammatory condition mimics some of the symptoms seen in toxic shock syndrome and a serious heart condition called Kawasaki disease.

Posted on 19 May 2020 In: Health

Pandemic Has Cut Global Carbon Emissions

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It’s not just your imagination — with everyone avoiding travel, the air is cleaner these days. Daily global carbon emissions fell by about one-sixth during the coronavirus pandemic.

Single case reports describe harrowing births and outcomes for women with COVID-19, but preliminary data suggest that overall, pregnant women do as well as the general public when it comes to COVID-19.

These are the coronavirus stories you need to know about today.

Posted on 19 May 2020 In: Health

The Fellows Behind the COVID-19 Literature Updates

Two HIV research fellows are about to do their fifth biweekly deep-dive presentation on the COVID-19 literature. We asked them how they choose what to include and what they find most intriguing about SARS-CoV2.

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