Australian Doctors Find COVID/Diabetes Link in Healthy Adults

Initial research published in the Lancet presents evidence supporting the hypothesis that COVID-19 may induce diabetes in some healthy adult patients. It is thought that damage to the pancreas is the culprit, as some patients develop insulin resistance. First documented anecdotally by Italian scientists, today’s research is the first to illuminate the link:

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Coronavirus News – Rare Syndrome in Children Linked to COVID-19

Following up on an alarm sounded earlier this week by doctors at NHS in the UK , we now have a name for the strange syndrome causing inflamed heart tissue in children affected by COVID-19. Kawasaki disease, a rare inflammatory syndrome that typically affects children under 5 years of age. The first case has been […]

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Korean Research Illuminates Re-Infection Question

Questions have lingered since the beginning of the epidemic about whether or not COVID-19 infection confers immunity. This question has been further muddied by early reports from South Korea and other areas at the beginning of the outbreak indicating that re-infection was being observed. Today reports indicate that false positives are the most likely culprit:

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