Thai police hunt American who attacked pharmacist because ‘medicine did not work’

This is the moment a furious American customer slapped a pharmacist in Thailand and accused him of selling ineffective medicine. The shirtless man, who is now being hunted by police, stormed into the shop on the island of Koh Phangan in Surat Thani, last Sunday afternoon. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP … Read more Thai police hunt American who attacked pharmacist because ‘medicine did not work’

Coronavirus: Easing the lockdown – Ask the experts

After more than three months of lockdown, some aspects of life in England will return to some semblance of normality this weekend. But there is still some confusion about the new rules, and why they are being brought in now. Sky’s Jayne Secker speaks to a panel of experts from the world of science, medicine … Read more Coronavirus: Easing the lockdown – Ask the experts

Meet Remdesivir – a pill the US government swallows whole | #PollyBites

Meet Remdesivir! There’s a slim chance this brand-new antiviral drug might speed up coronavirus recovery, so America’s only gone and bought up the whole lot. Polly Boiko’s raided the medicine cabinet, and taken a closer look at this new pill. Subscribe to RT! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpwvZwUam-URkxB7g4USKpg?sub_confirmation=1 RT LIVE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFAcqaNzNSc Check out http://rt.com Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews … Read more Meet Remdesivir – a pill the US government swallows whole | #PollyBites

Coronavirus pandemic spread accelerates in US with record daily spike

The US has registered a new record-breaking daily spike of Covid-19 infections, as states were about to reopen parts of their economies. California has decided to make a u-turn and delay the reopening of indoors bars and restaurants. The US “opened too early and the population was not instructed that they had to keep wearing … Read more Coronavirus pandemic spread accelerates in US with record daily spike

Live: Doctors from China and Africa share COVID-19 experience 中非医生共享抗疫经验

Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western medicine have different functions and advantages according to patients’ conditions, but both play important roles in the treatment of COVID-19 patients. In this episode of COVID-19 Frontline, CGTN invites medical experts from China and Africa to exchange their views on treating COVID-19 from both traditional Chinese Medicine and Western medicine … Read more Live: Doctors from China and Africa share COVID-19 experience 中非医生共享抗疫经验

US buys most supplies of key coronavirus drug – BBC News

The United States has struck a deal to buy almost the entire world supply of a drug that’s known to help people recover from Covid-19. In trials carried out in the UK and elsewhere the medicine – Remdesivir – was found to reduce the time spent in hospital for seriously ill patients. It’s one of … Read more US buys most supplies of key coronavirus drug – BBC News

Access to Covid-19 Testing Remains Critical to Reopening: Johns Hopkins

Jul.01 — Johns Hopkins Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine Lauren Sauer discusses the return of students to the classroom, and the continued importance of testing as states reopen their economies. She speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” The Bloomberg School of Public Health is supported by Michael R. Bloomberg, founder and majority owner of Bloomberg LP, the … Read more Access to Covid-19 Testing Remains Critical to Reopening: Johns Hopkins

Pausing Texas Reopening May Not Be Enough, Baylor’s Hotez Warns

Jun.25 — Peter Hotez, dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, says Texas is seeing a “vertical, straight-up increase” in Covid-19 infections, and it may just be the beginning. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Taylor Riggs, Romaine Bostick and Caroline Hyde on “Bloomberg Markets: What’d You Miss?”

COVID-19 and TCM: How Chinese medicine makes scientific inroads

Beijing health authorities have, in its latest move, included Chinese medicine into the treatment plan for COVID-19 patients, as the city is going through a resurgence of the novel coronavirus after a 56-day streak of no locally transmitted cases. Manufacturers of Chinese patent drugs based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, or TCM, have been working non-stop … Read more COVID-19 and TCM: How Chinese medicine makes scientific inroads

This Is the First Season of Coronavirus: Johns Hopkins’s Sauer

Jun.24 — Johns Hopkins Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine Lauren Sauer discusses rising Covid-19 cases as states continue to re-open their economies, the vulnerability of Florida’s population, and the potential for a seasonality to coronavirus cases. She speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” The Bloomberg School of Public Health is supported by Michael R. Bloomberg, founder and … Read more This Is the First Season of Coronavirus: Johns Hopkins’s Sauer

Could Lying on Their Stomachs Help Covid-19 Patients?

Columbia University Medical Center’s Dr. Sanja Jelic says proning, or lying on one’s tummy, could increase oxygenation, which could aid coronavirus victims. Sanja is a physician and associate professor of medicine at Columbia University in New York. She is also the also the co-author on a paper about the use of the proning position in … Read more Could Lying on Their Stomachs Help Covid-19 Patients?

COVID-19 Frontline Ep. 68: Can patients keep testing positive with no contagiousness?

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc around the world, Brazil has the second-highest number of confirmed cases in the world behind the United States. In today’s COVID-19 Frontline, CGTN invites experts from Peking Union Medical College Hospital and Guang’anmen Hospital under the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, specializing in critical care medicine … Read more COVID-19 Frontline Ep. 68: Can patients keep testing positive with no contagiousness?

80% of community has Covid-19, including the nurse in charge

Reporting from journalist Guillermo Galdos Deep in the heart of Peru’s central Amazon, the indigenous Shipibo people have for thousands of years lived off the land, thrived as healers, and defended their territory against loggers and other foreign invaders that threatened their very existence. But they have a powerful new foe that shows little mercy: … Read more 80% of community has Covid-19, including the nurse in charge

Sleep Expert Debunks Common Sleep Myths | WIRED

Dr. Ravi Aysola helps debunk (and confirm!) some common myths about how we sleep. Do we only ever sleep with our eyes closed? Does everyone need to sleep 7 hours a night? Can you catch up on lost sleep? Is insomnia all in your head? Dr. Ravi Aysola is a Professor of Clinical Sleep Medicine … Read more Sleep Expert Debunks Common Sleep Myths | WIRED

Live: Chinese medics share COVID-19 treatment experience with Brazil counterparts

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc around the world, Brazil has the second-highest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the world behind the United States. In today’s COVID-19 Frontline, CGTN invites experts from Peking Union Medical College Hospital and Guang’anmen Hospital of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, specializing in critical care medicine … Read more Live: Chinese medics share COVID-19 treatment experience with Brazil counterparts