Daily Archives: March 27, 2020

The Best iPhone to Buy in 2020

The Best iPhone to Buy in 2020

The iPhone 11 Pro is right at the top of our best smartphone list, singling it out as our recommendation for the phone to buy this year. It’s the combination of stellar performance, superb camera, reliable and simple to use software, and the outstanding build quality that puts it ahead …

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Respirator Masks – In Short Supply

No Reason for 45% of Antibiotic Prescriptions

By E.J. Mundell HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, March 27, 2020 (HealthDay News) — As the coronavirus pandemic stresses the U.S. health care system, personal protective equipment — including high-tech masks — are in desperately short supply. But a new study suggests an innovative solution: Reusable respirators typically used by construction …

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Shortages Looming for Respirators, Masks, Gowns

No Reason for 45% of Antibiotic Prescriptions

They’re also planning to use hydrogen peroxide mist to disinfect respirators, Steed said. These shortages also include many sanitizers and cleaning products upon which facilities rely to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Hand sanitizer is in short supply at more than one in four facilities. About 3% are …

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The Best Huawei P40 Pro Cases for Serious Protection

The Best Huawei P40 Pro Cases for Serious Protection

Alright, so it doesn’t have Google Play Services — but if you can look past that, there’s no doubt Huawei has created an incredible phone in the new Huawei P40 Pro. It’s a gorgeous blend of metal and glass, with the massive camera module being the only real interruption on …

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All the new movies, including early theater releases, you can watch at home right now (Updated)

All the new movies, including early theater releases, you can watch at home right now (Updated)

No matter where you look, almost every industry is feeling some kind of impact from the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Theaters were among the first to close their doors to hinder spread of disease, but this left many current and upcoming movies without a proper theatrical release. Some studios are opting …

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Katie Swan puts tennis aside to help coronavirus relief effort in Kansas | Sport

While Covid-19 seeps daily into the consciousness of the White House, 1,200 miles away in Wichita, Kansas, a British tennis player is helping families who know poverty but are yet to feel the full impact of coronavirus. As Katie Swan waits for the Tour to resume – and for Wimbledon …

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Ground Zero Hospital, PPE Fights

2020 Lifetime Achievement: Bill and Melinda Gates

What your doctor is reading on Medscape.com: MARCH 26, 2020 — Here are the coronavirus stories Medscape’s editors around the globe think you need to know about today:  Ground Zero Hospital, Transformed  In late February, Seattle-area hospitalist David Baker, MD, treated several patients from an assisted …

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US moving to cut off Huawei from access to chip suppliers (Updated)

US moving to cut off Huawei from access to chip suppliers (Updated)

The drama between the U.S. government and Huawei is unending. Following last week’s racketeering charges against the company and its CFO, Reuters is reporting that the U.S. Government may force foreign chip manufacturers, including companies like TSMC, to seek a U.S. License before doing business with Huawei. In effect, this …

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Measuring Social Distancing to Slow COVID-19

FRIDAY, March 27, 2020 (HealthDay News) — It takes multiple measures of social distancing to slow the spread of the new coronavirus, a study from Singapore concludes. That finding is based on a computer model of a simulated setting in Singapore. Coronavirus cases are on the rise there, but …

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Under 25s With Diabetes Not Hospitalized Due to COVID-19

2020 Lifetime Achievement: Bill and Melinda Gates

What your doctor is reading on Medscape.com: MARCH 26, 2020 —  Reports from pediatric endocrinologists in COVID-19 hotspots globally indicate that children, adolescents, and young adults with diabetes have so far not shown a different disease pattern with the virus compared to children and younger people who do …

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