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I have written previously about what mortality is not always the best metric when considering the care we provide.
The study, in 92 critically ill patients with PCR positive COVID-19, looked at the presence of IgG and IgM antibodies directed specifically at COVID-19 as well as the presence of viral RNA and COVID-19 specific proteins.
“Our findings from this large nationally representative sample of US adults show that frequent consumption of meals prepared away from home is significantly associated with increased risk of all-cause mortality.” 
If we have learned nothing else from COVID-19, becoming ill is the entanglement of biologic risk, like COVID’s need for ACE receptors, and non-biologic factors, like the population density, where you live, or the job you have.
Public health officials and the media have been warning us that coronavirus kills not just old or immunocompromised people but young people too. While this is true, it remains relatively uncommon.
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Every year, roughly 2.8 million Americans shuffle off this mortal coil. In 2017, the CDC recorded exactly 2,813,503 deaths for an average of 7,708 deaths per day.
We all need to participate in physical activity to improve our general health and functioning.
In what is simply proving to be a redundant exercise at this point, new research published in the Annals of Family Medicine supports much existing evidence that greater continui
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