"There was such a high, high volume of people that got it and got so sick from it all at one time, I think that the care that they could have received if the volume was reasonable would have been better," she said. "It was just a complete disaster situation, and when you're in a complete disaster situation where you're doing everything you can and nothing is helping, it feels helpless." … [Read more...] about These California doctors flew to New York to fight Covid-19. Here’s what they learned.
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“You might think that with COVID, this decision would be easy, but it’s not,” said Superintendent Kyla Johnson-Trammell in a press release. “We want to have our students back in class as soon as possible and welcoming them back to school has to be safe. But there is inherent tension between the ever-changing science, keeping students and staff safe, and providing the services that students need. The health and well-being of our students, staff and family members is, of course, paramount.” … [Read more...] about Oakland Unified To Begin School Year With Distance Learning Before Students Return To Classrooms
Light reflects and refracts; it creates drama and gives birth to shadows. Textbook definitions may restrict light to a scientific phenomenon, but when viewed through an artistic lens, it gains new meaning. And, this is what Chennai-based children’s theatre company, The Little Theatre focusses on, in its new alternative learning initiative, ArtsLab. … [Read more...] about Chennai-based The Little Theatre introduces ArtsLab, a new alternative learning initiative
The clinical trial enrolled patients at 55 sites in eight countries, most in the U.S. After a median follow-up of 10 days, 256 of the 397 patients receiving the drug daily had improved and 44 had died. Worse outcomes were seen among patients who were over age 65, Asian, had a need for high oxygen support or enrolled in northern Italy, where hospitals were overwhelmed at the time, said study author Dr. Kristen Marks from Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City. … [Read more...] about Do women practice safety better than men? What we learned from first COVID-19 conference
That means only a fraction of the global water store is available to drink. And that small amount is not evenly distributed. While some people can flush their toilets with water that's good enough to drink, others have little choice but to rely on polluted rivers, lakes and ponds. … [Read more...] about Blue Gold: The dwindling resource of water