Effect of oral L-Glutamine supplementation on Covid-19 treatment

Objectives: The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of oral L-Glutamine supplementation on hospitalization time, need for intensive care unit and Coronavirus Disease-19 (Covid-19) mortality. Methods: The study included 30 Covid-19 patients using L-Gluta- mine and 30 Covid-19 patients who did not use L-Glutamine with similar age,Read

COVID-19 and herbal practice: A United Kingdom practitioner survey – Original Research

Advances in Integrative Medicine Rachael Frosta, Sukvinder Kaur Bhamrab, Barbara Pendryc, Michael Heinrichd ABSTRACT Objectives: To identify the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on UK herbal medicine practice and how herbal medicine practitioners are supporting people with COVID-19. Design: Mixed-methods e-survey. Methods: The survey link was distributed through professional associations andRead

Lancet: Early COVID-19 Symptoms Differ Among Age Groups and Genders

COVID-19 Variants

Age and gender matter when it comes to the early COVID-19 symptoms, according to new research from Lancet Digital Health. The differences are most notable between younger age groups (16-to-59 years) compared to older age groups (60-to-80 years and older). Also, men have different symptoms compared to women in theRead

CDC Changes Indoor Mask Recommendations

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As a result of the rising rates of infection from the Delta-variant of the COVID-19 virus, the Centers for Disease Control reversed indoor mask recommendations under the following conditions: Fully vaccinated people should wear a mask in public indoor settings in areas of substantial or high transmission. See this searchableRead

Lancet: Half of Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients Develop One-Or-More Complications

A study in The Lancet shows that one-in-two hospitalized COVID-19 patients develop one-or-more complications. They include renal, complex respiratory, and systemic complications, as well as cardiovascular, neurological, and gastrointestinal and liver complications. Overall, complications occurred in 50% of all participants, including in 44% (21,784 of 50,105) of participants who survived.Read

DISCOVERY: New Study Points to the Mouth and Gums as a Transmission Path for COVID-19

Are the Mouth and Gums a Transmission Path for COVID-19? Could Good Oral Health and Mouthwash Reduce Risk? Just released research, published in Genesis Publications, introduces a new model explaining why gum disease and poor oral hygiene could be a more accurate predictor for COVID-19 severity than patient age,ethnicity, orRead

Long-Term Cardiovascular and Heart Complications of COVID-19 in Younger Adults

Long-Term Cardiovascular and Heart Complications

Young healthy adults with mild COVID-19 symptoms may have an increased risk of cardiovascular and heart complications, and may continue for some time after infection. This according to new research published in Experimental Physiology, highlights the possible long term health impacts of COVID-19 non-hospitalized young adults who had only minorRead