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ICU doctors are making better predictions

How Doctors Can Predict Who Dies From COVID-19 We now have a powerful way to predict which patients with COVID-19 pneumonia are more likely to die, and more likely to require longer stays in the hospital…Less than 5% of people … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Critical Care

Frontline Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance The I-MASK+ protocol will revolutionize the treatment of COVID-19” — Dr. Paul Marik (on Oct 30, 2020) The Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance has now developed a prophylactic and early outpatient combination treatment protocol … Continue reading

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Children suffer from virus restrictions

news.sky.com Coronavirus: Lockdown contributing to rise in mental illness in children, NHS says The rise affected young boys and girls more or less equally but among older age groups, young women were much more likely to be affected than young … Continue reading

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College police state

commentarymagazine.com Anti-COVID Policies on Campus Are Akin to a ‘Police State’ Students around the country have caught on to the fact that social-distancing guidelines do not pertain as long you’re violating those guidelines in service to the cause of social … Continue reading

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FDA approves ADHD game

lifedoclifetime.com FDA approves first prescription ADHD game The Project Evo game requires children to multi-task by switching between a memory-based task and a visuomotor task. The first requires players to tap the screen to choose a target from a few … Continue reading

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Creative methods for special education

wfyi.org Special Education Advocates Say Creativity Schools Use During COVID-19 Needs To Last Advocates say that creativity and urgency for schools to explore different options is vital for students and families even after COVID-19. By Jeanie Lindsay Reprinted from NPR, … Continue reading

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Students suffer from anti-semitism

stanforddaily.com I’m an Israeli-American. Let’s talk about it. As a Jewish student at Stanford with a strong commitment to human rights, I often feel excluded from discourse intended to protect minorities…The new wave of anti-Judaism includes a new trope: All … Continue reading

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Jewish Agency volunteers educate the global disadvantaged

unitedwithisrael.org Israeli, Jewish Volunteers Educate Disadvantaged Communities Worldwide Volunteers provide a full school curriculum as well as promoting public health, sustainable agriculture – participants learn about advanced irrigation systems, greenhouse techniques, composting, recycling and environmental protection – and co-existence with … Continue reading

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