Enlarge/ Long lines called “cloud streets” forming off the edge of Antarctic sea ice.
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One of the lesser-known scientific complications that makes assessing human-caused climate change a hassle is that it isnt all about greenhouse gases. Emissions of aerosolstiny atmospheric particles from a variety of sources that scatter sunlight back to space, for examplehave acted to offset a portion of the human-caused warming. And unlike long-lived greenhouse gases, aerosols…
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Hundreds of Covid-19 survivors are reporting hair loss, sometimes dramatic, often weeks after recovering. Experts say the outcome is not a symptom, but a result of physical or emotional stress. And…
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Hundreds of Covid-19 survivors are reporting hair loss, sometimes dramatic, often weeks after recovering. Experts say the outcome is not a symptom, but a result of physical or emotional stress. And, they say, its not surprising.
We are seeing patients who had Covid-19 two to three months ago and are now experiencing hair loss, says Shilpi Khetarpal, MD, a dermatologist at the Cleveland Clinic. Other people who have not had Covid-19 are experien…
Expert weighs in on how to identify early COVID-19 symptoms during outbreak – Newshub
Dr Michael Maze says Kiwis need to “stay alert”.
Dr Maze says Kiwis should be focusing on the more well-known signs of illness rather than less common coronavirus symptoms including dizziness, ‘brain fog’, rashes and blood clots.
Other more interesting symptoms include ‘COVID Toe’ and eye discomfort.
“While unusual symptoms can occur, they are not common. People are better to focus on staying alert and reacting appropriately to respiratory symptoms.”
He says Kiwis who feel like they might have a cold or flu “should be getting tested for CO…
Covid-19: Victoria case numbers continue to fall – RNZ
Today’s increase of 278 is the first time the state’s daily number of new cases has dipped below 300 in more than two weeks, and is Victoria’s lowest daily increase since 20 July.
Victoria has recorded its lowest daily increase in coronavirus cases in more than three weeks, with 278 new infections reported in the past 24 hours.
Police officers and soldiers patrol a popular running track in Melbourne after the state announced new restrictions as the city battles fresh outbreaks of the Covid-19 coronavirus. Photo: AFP
Today’s increase of 278 is the first time the state’s daily number of new cases has dipped below 300 in more than two weeks, and is Victoria’s lowest daily …
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