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      December 3, 2020

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      Air Pollution Spikes Linked to Lower Test Scores for Salt Lake County Third Graders

      More frequent exposure to air pollution spikes were associated with reduced test scores for third graders in Salt Lake County. Schools with a higher ...

      U.S. Should Look at How Other High-Income Countries Regulate Health Care Costs, Experts Urge

      Structuring negotiations between insurers and providers, standardizing fee-for-service payments and negotiating prices can lower the United States' ...
      Researchers have found that physical distancing is universally effective at reducing the spread of COVID-19, while social ...

      Frequent, Rapid Testing Could Cripple COVID-19 Within Weeks, Study Shows

      When it comes to curbing the spread of COVID-19, test frequency and test turnaround-time are far more important than test sensitivity, according to a new study. The authors say frequent, rapid tests ...
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      National Autism Indicators Report: Health and Health Care of Individuals With Autism

      Researchers highlight a holistic picture of what health and health care look like across the life course for people on the autism ...

      COVID-19 Shutdowns Disproportionately Affected Low-Income Black Households

      Researchers report that low-income Black households experienced greater job loss, more food and medicine insecurity, and higher indebtedness in the early months of COVID-19 compared to white or ...

      Wuhan Mass Screening Identifies Hundreds of Asymptomatic Cases

      A mass screening program of 10 million Wuhan residents identified 300 asymptomatic cases in May, but none were infectious, according to a new study. Researchers found no 'viable' virus in ...

      Rethink COVID-19 Infection Control to Keep Primary Schools Open This Winter, Governments Urged

      An urgent rethink of infection control policies to keep COVID-19 infection at bay in schools is needed if primary schools are to be kept open this winter, and the knock-on effects on their families ...

      How Lockdown May Lead to 'Avoidable Harm' for the Health of Under 16s

      Decreases in hospital attendances and admissions amid fears of COVID-19 may result in avoidable harm for under 16s, say researchers. Following lockdown, they found 'a striking decrease' in ...

      How Much Should First-Time Borrowers Borrow?

      People borrowing money for the first time should only be given small amounts until they have proved their competence, a new study ...

      Tracking COVID-19 Trends in Hard-Hit States

      Currently, there are over 10 million confirmed cases and more than 240,000 casualties attributed to COVID-19 in the U.S. Researchers have applied computational models to investigate infection rates ...

      Areas Where the Next Pandemic Could Emerge Are Revealed

      A team of experts has incorporated environmental, social and economic considerations -- including air transit centrality -- to identify key areas at risk of leading to the next pandemic. The research ...

      Home Health Care Improves COVID-19 Outcomes, Study Finds

      A new study indicates that increasing referrals to home health care has the potential to provide support and achieve improved recovery for COVID-19 ...

      PEDSnet Report Details How COVID-19 Pandemic Has Affected Children

      Analysis of 135,000-plus medical records shows the novel coronavirus hits hardest among teens, children with diabetes or cancer, lower-income families, and Black, Latinx and Asian ...

      COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness to Be Affected Heavily by Infrastructure, Public Attitudes

      The success of a COVID-19 vaccine will depend not only on its efficacy, but will hinge at least as much on how fast and widely it can be delivered, the severity of the pandemic, and the public's ...

      Loneliness in Youth Could Impact Mental Health Over the Long Term

      A new review reports on the available evidence about children and young people specifically, stating that loneliness is associated with mental health problems, including depression and ...

      Social Isolation During COVID-19 Pandemic Linked With High Blood Pressure

      A new study finds that lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic is associated with an increase in high blood pressure among patients admitted to ...

      Racial Attitudes in a Community Affect COVID-19 Numbers

      Implicit racial attitudes within a community can effectively explain racial disparities seen in rates of COVID-19 in the United States, according to a new ...

      Web Searches for Insomnia Surged at Height of COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Orders

      A study found a significant increase in the number of online search queries for 'insomnia' between April and May 2020, when governments across the U.S. and around the world implemented ...

      Pandemic Has Surprising Impacts on Public Transit Demand

      The COVID-19 pandemic had surprising effects on demand for public transit in American cities, new research suggests. While demand for public transit dropped about 73 percent across the country after ...

      'Meet People Where They Are:' Local Health Departments Key to Hepatitis B Vaccination

      A new study suggests that local health departments are vital to getting the hepatitis B vaccine to the people who need it ...

      COVID-19 Highlights Risks of Wildlife Trade

      Researchers say that more epidemics resulting from animal hosts are inevitable unless urgent action is taken. To protect against future pandemics, they call for governments to establish effective ...

      Here's Why Conservatives and Liberals Differ on COVID-19

      New research finds that the differences between conservative and liberal responses to COVID-19 are mitigated when people perceive the virus itself to have agency -- the ability to control its own ...

      Teacher Quality Scores Change Depending on Students, School

      School districts across the U.S. are increasingly using student test scores to rate the effectiveness of teachers, but a new study found that the scores have less to do with individual teachers and ...

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