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Open Letter Calls on CV Societies to Discourage CMR After Mild COVID-19 – TCTMD

Media coverage of several small, CMR studies has led to an uptick in unwarranted CMR requests, says Venkatesh Murthy.

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COVID-19 may deteriorate men’s testosterone levels, new data suggests – News-Medical.Net

For the first time, data from a study with patients hospitalized due to COVID-19 suggest that the disease might deteriorate men’s testosterone levels.

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For the first time, data from a study with patients hospitalized due to COVID-19 suggest that the disease might deteriorate men’s testosterone levels.
Publishing their results in the peer-reviewed journal The Aging Male, experts from the University of Mersin and the Mersin City Education And Research Hospital in Turkey found as men’s testosterone level at baseline decreases, the probability for them to be in the intensive care unit (ICU) significan…

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Coronavirus: Anti-COVID nasal spray works in ferrets, could it work in humans too? – Newshub

Scientists in the UK and Australia hope a new nasal spray that stops a COVID-19 infection in ferrets works in humans too.

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Ena says INNA-051, the name of the compound used in the spray, “works by stimulating the innate immune system, the first line of defence against the invasion of pathogens into the body”.
“By boosting the immune response in this way with INNA-051 prior to infection, the ability of the COVID-19 virus to infect the animals and replicate was dramatically reduced.”
“We’ve been amazed with just how effective our treatment has been,” said Ena managing director Christophe Demaison. “By boosting the na…

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Link between sleep apnea and Alzheimer’s – Stuff.co.nz

A study by Australian and Icelandic researchers has found people with obstructive sleep apnea have the same signs of brain damage those with Alzheimer’s.

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New research has confirmed links between sleep apnea and Alzheimer’s disease, after uncovering identical signs of brain damage in both conditions.
The results of the clinical study by Australian and Icelandic researchers, led by RMIT University, has been published in the journal Sleep.
It has widespread implications with around one-in-four Australian men over 30 who have some degree of sleep apnea – a serious condition that occurs when a person’s breathing is repeatedly interrupted during sl…

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