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Newest Omicron Covid-19 lineages gaining ground in United States

We’re still in the Age of Omicron, but the face of it keeps changing.


A rapid review of the impact of increasing airtightness on indoor air quality

Sealing the gaps in a house, or increasing airtightness, is a common approach to reduce energy consumption, as well as make the house more comfortable to live in. However, people need a certain amount of fresh air in their homes to maintain air quality, and concerns have been raised that increased airtightness may have the unintended consequence of reduced indoor air quality (IAQ).


Kids do get long COVID, but it seems uncommon, data reveal

A study of children up to age 14 in Denmark finds that those who had been infected by SARS-CoV-2 were more likely to have symptoms at least 2 months later—commonly called "long COVID"—but the risk appears to be only slightly higher than in their uninfected peers.


Identification of broad anti-coronavirus chemical agents for repurposing against SARS-CoV-2 and variants of concern

Endemic human coronaviruses (hCoVs) 229E and OC43 cause respiratory disease with recurrent infections, while severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)-CoV-2 spreads across the world with impact on health and societies.


A novel probiotic strain of Lactobacillus fermentum TIU19 isolated from Haria beer showing both in vitro antibacterial and antibiofilm properties upon two multi resistant uro-pathogen strains

L. fermentum TIU19 was isolated from the ethnic traditional rice beverage, Haria.     L. fermentum TIU19 showed antagonistic activity against uro-pathogens in both planktonic and biofilm conditions.


The association between daily mortality and ambient air particle pollution in Montreal, Quebec. 2. Cause-specific mortality

This study was undertaken to determine whether variations in concentrations of particulates in the ambient air of Montreal, Quebec, during the period 1984 to 1993, were associated with daily variations in cause-specific daily mortality.


Patterns, Predictors, and Inter-Center Variability in Empiric Gram-Negative Antibiotic Use Across 928 U.S. Hospitals

Empiric antibiotic use among hospitalized U.S. adults is largely undescribed. Identifying factors associated with broad-spectrum empiric therapy may inform antibiotic stewardship interventions and facilitate benchmarking.


Patterns, Predictors, and Inter-Center Variability in Empiric Gram-Negative Antibiotic Use Across 928 U.S. Hospitals

Empiric antibiotic use among hospitalized U.S. adults is largely undescribed. Identifying factors associated with broad-spectrum empiric therapy may inform antibiotic stewardship interventions and facilitate benchmarking.


Identification of a Disease-Associated Network of Intestinal Immune Cells in Treatment-Naive Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Chronic intestinal inflammation underlies inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Previous studies indicated alterations in the cellular immune system; however, it has been challenging to interrogate the role of all immune cell subsets simultaneously.


The Association between Daily Mortality and Ambient Air Particle Pollution in Montreal, Quebec: 2. Cause-Specific Mortality

This study was undertaken to determine whether variations in concentrations of particulates in the ambient air of Montreal, Quebec, during the period 1984 to 1993, were associated with daily variations in cause-specific daily mortality.


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