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The Long-Term Effects of SARS-CoV-2 on Organs and Energy
By binding to proteins in the mitochondria, the virus may cause lasting damage to cellular energy production.
A Mental Wellness Project Supports Students During COVID-19
Researchers are working with children in Baltimore to learn about student resilience during the pandemic
Can A Diabetes Treatment Reduce the Risk of Long COVID?
Metformin reduced the risk of Long COVID by about 41% in a study of more than 1,100 people
Delivering Extra Protection Against COVID-19
A “decoy” protein shows potential as both a treatment and a long-term preventative in mice.
The Impact of Opioid Use Disorder Services on Overdose Deaths
Access to telehealth and medications for opioid use disorder during the pandemic reduced drug overdose deaths
mRNA Vaccine Technology: A Promising Idea for Fighting HIV
Testing of mRNA HIV vaccines in humans is underway
Evaluating the Safety of COVID-19 Treatment During Pregnancy
A small study has confirmed that Paxlovid is a safe treatment for pregnant people with COVID-19.
Antiviral Treatment Reduces Likelihood of Severe Illness From Omicron
Researchers have found that Paxlovid (nirmatrelvir and ritonavir) is effective at preventing severe COVID-19 from the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2.
Creating an Easy-to-Use Portable Ventilator
Researchers are testing the use of an easy-to-use portable ventilator (pictured above) in patients with mild and moderate lung injury.
Researchers Discover Potential New Antiviral Against COVID-19
NMT5 coats the receptors of healthy cells and temporarily changes their shape, making it harder for SARS-CoV-2 to infect the cells.