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DUAL IMPACT OF COMORBIDITIES AND SYMPTOMS OF CORONAVIRUS ON MENTAL HEALTH DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC AMONG MALES AND FEMALES IN INDIA: ONLINE CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY.

Subjects: MENTAL illness; COVID-19 pandemic; COVID-19INDIA

  • Source: Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management. 2021, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p111-120. 10p.

  • Abstract: BACKGROUND: The novel coronavirus disease 2019(COVID-19) has become a pandemic affecting health and wellbeing worldwide. In addition ... Copyright of Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management is the property of Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management and its content may not be ...

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COVID 19 PANDEMIC: ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES IN BIOMEDICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT AMONG HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS IN TAMIL NADU.

Subjects: COVID-19 pandemic; MEDICAL personnel; WASTE managementTAMIL Nadu (India); WUHAN (China)

  • Source: Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management. 2021, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p154-164. 11p.

  • Abstract: Coronavirus, which was started provincially at Wuhan of China, has become a worldwide pandemic by affecting individuals of almost all the ... Copyright of Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management is the property of Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management and its content may not be ...

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PROVIDING FREE TREATMENT FOR COVID-19 PATIENTS: TRUE OR FALSE.

Subjects: COVID-19; COVID-19 treatment; DEVELOPING countries

  • Source: Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management. 2021, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p128-129. 2p.

  • Abstract: The policy of providing free treatment for covid-19 patients currently exists in many developing countries. At this short editorial comment, we ... Copyright of Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management is the property of Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management and its content may not be ...

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Structural Transphobia, Homophobia, and Biphobia in Public Health Practice: The Example of COVID-19 Surveillance.

Subjects: TRANSPHOBIA; PUBLIC health surveillance; HOMOPHOBIACALIFORNIA; PENNSYLVANIA; UNITED States

  • Source: American Journal of Public Health. Sep2021, Vol. 111 Issue 9, p1620-1626. 7p.

  • Abstract: Public health surveillance can have profound impacts on the health of populations, with COVID-19 surveillance offering an illuminating example. Surveillance surrounding Copyright of American Journal of Public Health is the property of American Public Health Association and its content may not be copied or emailed ...

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Disease-Specific Excess Mortality During the COVID-19 Pandemic: An Analysis of Weekly US Death Data for 2020.

Subjects: CARDIOVASCULAR disease related mortality; NON-communicable diseases; COVID-19UNITED States

  • Source: American Journal of Public Health. Aug2021, Vol. 111 Issue 8, p1518-1522. 5p.

  • Abstract: Objectives. To examine the disease-specific excess deaths during the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States. Methods. We used weekly death data ... Copyright of American Journal of Public Health is the property of American Public Health Association and its content may not be copied or emailed ...

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American Samoa Just Recorded Its First-Ever Case Of Covid-19 — Here Are The Places That Still Haven't Reported Any.

Subjects: COVID-19 pandemic; COVID-19AMERICAN Samoa

  • Source: Forbes.com. 9/20/2021, pN.PAG-N.PAG. 1p. 1 Color Photograph.

  • Abstract: Some countries may have Covid-19 but aren't doing adequate testing or haven't publicly reported their cases. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]Copyright of Forbes.com is the property of Forbes Inc. and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted ...

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COVID-19-related misinformation on social media: a systematic review.

Subjects: ONLINE information services; PSYCHOLOGY information storage & retrieval systems; COVID-19

  • Source: Bulletin of the World Health Organization. Jun2021, Vol. 99 Issue 6, p455-463A. 10p.

  • Abstract: Objective To review misinformation related to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on social media during the first phase of ... Objetivo Revisar la desinformación relacionada con la enfermedad por coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) en las redes sociales durante ... Objectif Analyser la désinformation autour de la maladie à coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) sur les réseaux sociaux durant ... Цель Составить обзор ложной информации, связанной с коронавирусным заболеванием 2019 г. (COVID-19), в социальных сетях во время первой фазы пандемии и обсудить пути противодействия распространению дезинформации. Методы Авторы выполнили поиск публикаций, посвященных COVID-19 и социальным сетям, которые рассматривали ложную информацию и представляли собой первичные эмпирические исследования, в базах данных PubMed®, Scopus, Embase®, PsycInfo и Google Scholar по состоянию на 5 мая и 1 июня 2020 года. Авторы действовали в соответствии с предпочтительными компонентами процесса подготовки систематических обзоров и метаанализов и использовали инструменты измерения для оценки руководящих принципов по систематическим обзорам. Качество фактических данных и риск предвзятости включенных исследований классифицировались с использованием принципа оценки, разработки и изучения рекомендаций. Обзор зарегистрирован в международном проспективном реестре систематических обзоров (PROSPERO; CRD42020182154). Результаты Было определено 22 исследования для включения в характеристическое обобщение данных. Доля ложной информации о COVID-19 в социальных сетях варьировалась от 0,2% (413/212 846) до 28,8% (194/673) опубликованных сообщений. 11 из 22 исследований не классифицировали тип ложной информации о 目的 综述第一波新型冠状病毒肺炎疫情期间,社交媒 体上相关的虚假信息,并探讨应对虚假信息的方式。 方法 我们于 2020 年 5 月 5 日和 2020 年 6 月 1 日通过 PubMed®、Scopus、 Embase®、PsycInfo 及谷歌学术数据库, 搜索了有关新型冠状病毒肺炎的发布信息以及涉及错 误信息的社交媒体,其均为主要的实证研究。我们依 据系统综述首选的报告项目,以及通过元分析和衡量 工具,评估系统综述指导方针。利用推荐分级的评估、 制定与评价方法,对纳入研究的证据质量和偏倚风险 进行分类。该综述已在国际前瞻性系统综述注册网站 注册 (PROSPERO; CRD42020182154)。 结果 我们确定了 22 项研究纳入定性综合。社交媒体 上有关新型冠状病毒肺炎的虚假信息占总发帖数的比 例从 0.2% (13/212 846) 到 28.8% (94/673) 不等。22 项 研究中,11 项没有对新型冠状病毒肺炎相关虚假信息 进行分类,9 项描述了具体的虚假信息流言,两项报 告了有关新型冠状病毒肺炎的讽刺或幽默。只有四项 研究提出了新型冠状病毒肺炎相关虚假信息可能导致 的后果:所有研究均报告了此情况会引发恐惧或恐慌。 结论 社交媒体在传播信息(包括准确信息和虚假信息) 方面越来越重要。总之,此次综述结果可能有助于医 疗保健组织做好准备,应对新型冠状病毒肺炎信息疫 情的后续阶段以及未来信息疫情。 [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR].يعونلا قايسلا في اهجاردلإ ةسارد 22 ديدحتب انمق جئاتنلا لئاسو لىع 19 ديفوك نع ةئطالخا تامولعلما ةبسن تحوارت 28.8% لىإ (212846/413) 0.2% نم يعماتجلاا لصاوتلا 11 مقت لم ،ةسارد 22 ينب نم .تاكراشلما نم (673/194) تماقو ،19 ديفوك نع ةئطالخا تامولعلما عون فينصتب ةسارد تحضوأو ،ةددمح ةئطاخ ةللضم تامولعم فصوب تاسارد 9 4 تلوانت .19 ديفوكب ةقلعتلما ةباعدلا وأ ةيرخسلا ناتسارد ديفوك نع ةئطالخا تامولعملل ةلمتحلما بقاوعلا طقف تاسارد فولخا لىإ تدأ تامولعلما هذه نأ تاساردلا عيجم تركذو :19 .رعذلا وأ ةيهملأا ديازتم اًرود يعماتجلاا لصاوتلا لئاسو بعلت جاتنتسلاا دعاست دق .ةئطالخا تامولعلماو ةقيقدلا تامولعلما نم لك شرن في اتهاباجتسا زيهتج في ةيحصلا ةياعرلا تاسسؤم ةعجارلما هذه جئاتن اهيرغو ،19 ديفوك لوح تامولعلما ليلضت نم ةقحلالا لحارملل .ماع لكشب ةيلبقتسلما تيامولعلما ليلضتلا تلااح نم انوروك سويرف ضرم نع ةئطالخا تامولعلما ةعجارم ضرغلا ةلحرلما للاخ يعماتجلاا لصاوتلا لئاسو لىع (19 ديفوك) 2019 .ةئطالخا تامولعلما ةهجاوم قرط ةشقانمو ءابولا نم لىولأا و ،Scopusو ،®PubMed تانايب دعاوق في انثحب دقل ةقيرطلا ماع رايأ/ويام 5 يموي في ،Google Scholarو ،®Embase ةقلعتلما تاروشنلما نع ،2020 ماع ناريزح/وينوي 1و ،2020 عم تلماعت يتلا يعماتجلاا لصاوتلا لئاسوو ،19 ديفوكب عابتاب انمق .ةيلوأ ةيبيرتج تاسارد تناك يتلاو ،ةئطالخا تامولعلما تلايلحتلاو ،ةيجهنلما تاعجارملل ريراقتلا دادعلإ ةلضفلما صرانعلا .ةيجهنلما تاعجارلما تاداشرإ مييقتل ،سايقلا ةادأو ،ةيولتلا ،ةلومشلما تاساردلا في زيحتلا رطخو ةلدلأا ةدوج فينصت مت مت .مييقتلاو ريوطتلا جنهو ،تايصوتلا مييقت فينصت مادختساب ةيجهنلما تاعجارملل ليبقتسلما ليودلا لجسلا في ةعجارلما ليجست .(CRD42020182154 ؛PROSPERO) [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]Copyright of Bulletin of the World Health Organization is the property of World Health Organization and its content may not be copied or emailed ...

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'Long Flu' Also Exists But Is Less Common Than Long Covid, Study Suggests.

Subjects: POST-acute COVID-19 syndrome; COVID-19; INFLUENZA

  • Source: Forbes.com. 9/29/2021, pN.PAG-N.PAG. 1p. 1 Color Photograph.

  • Abstract: Flu and Covid-19 patients suffered from symptoms including breathing problems, headaches, fatigue and anxiety three-to-six months after infection, researchers found. [ABSTRACT ... Copyright of Forbes.com is the property of Forbes Inc. and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted ...

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COVID-19 public awareness: association with social media use and development of a scoring tool 'COVID-PAS'.

Subjects: STATISTICS; EXPERIMENTAL design; MEDICINE information servicesLEBANON

  • Source: Journal of Communication in Healthcare. Jul2021, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p105-113. 9p. 5 Charts, 1 Graph.

  • Abstract: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) was declared as a pandemic by the World Health Organization, raising concern among the ... Copyright of Journal of Communication in Healthcare is the property of Taylor & Francis Ltd and its content may not be copied or emailed to ...

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ADOLESCENT TOBACCO USE ESTIMATES FROM THE GLOBAL YOUTH TOBACCO SURVEY, INDIA: TOBACCO A RISK FACTOR FOR FUTURE SPREAD OF COVID 19.

Subjects: TOBACCO use; COVID-19; COVID-19 pandemicINDIA

  • Source: Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management. 2021, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p121-126. 6p.

  • Abstract: BACKGROUND: Tobacco use has been identified as a risk factor and causes negative outcomes to the COVID 19 pandemic. Adolescents' tobacco users ... Copyright of Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management is the property of Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management and its content may not be ...

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