Coronavirus infections 'may lead to delirium' and potentially PTSD

Sewage could be key to tracking second wave of coronavirus

New research suggests that people with coronavirus infections, including Covid-19, may experience psychiatric problems while hospitalized and possibly after recovering. Scientists looked at studies of people hospitalized by coronaviruses, including Sars in 2002-2004, Mers in 2012, and Covid-19 this year. The analysis found that one…

Source: MLB owners OK plan that could lead to July start

Source: MLB owners OK plan that could lead to July start

NEW YORK >> Major League Baseball owners today gave the green light to propose to the players union that could lead to the coronavirus-delayed season starting around the weekend of July 4 in fanless baseball fields, a plan that extension of the designated hitter for…

COVID-19 Won’t Lead to Higher-Ed Reform

COVID-19 Won’t Lead to Higher-Ed Reform

People with face masks are walking at Columbia University in New York City, where classes have been suspended because someone was quarantined on campus due to exposure to the corona virus, March 9, 2020. (Shannon Stapleton / Reuters) Conservatives hoping that the pandemic will lead…

Bengals release quarterback Andy Dalton, clear way for Joe Burrow to lead

Bengals release quarterback Andy Dalton, clear way for Joe Burrow to lead

CINCINNATI >> The Bengal paved the way for Joe Burrow to lead the team by releasing quarterback Andy Dalton, who holds some of the franchise’s transient records, but was unable to lead Cincinnati deep into the playoffs. Today’s move gives Dalton, who still had a…

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