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Coronavirus in the U.S. – Latest Video Updates

  As we continue our coverage and education on COVID-19, here’s a look at our most recent video updates and the latest research on the coronavirus epidemic.    Testing problems, mutations, COVID-19 in Washington & Iran In our 29th video update, Dr. Seheult talks about testing hurdles in the United States and revisits ideas to…

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COVID-19 Video Updates Continued

  We have three new COVID-19 videos available at Medcram.com and on our YouTube page since the last blog update. Read on for information on case numbers around the world, updates on treatment and diagnostic criteria, and best practices for keeping yourself and others safe from infection.   Treatment Updates, Stock Markets, Germany & San…

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More Videos on COVID-19, the Novel Coronavirus Epidemic

  In the past week, we’ve released several video updates on the novel coronavirus epidemic that continues to impact China, Italy, South Korea, and the rest of the world. Here, we bring you highlights from the latest videos and a summary of all the information we’ve shared so far on MedCram.com and our YouTube channel. …

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Novel Coronavirus Update – New Videos Available!

  We’ve got a lot of updates available — and four new videos — on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Read on for more information and visit MedCram.com for the full list of updates on this and dozens of other medical topics.    Spike in Confirmed Cases & Fighting Infections with Sleep In our 17th video…

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Three New Coronavirus Videos & Dr. Seheult in Forbes

  We’ve released three videos packed with information this week, regarding the novel coronavirus outbreak and the new names of the virus – SARS-CoV-2 and disease that it causes, COVID-19 – given by the World Health Organization (WHO).  In addition, check out Dr. Seheult’s feature in Forbes, where he discusses the role of social media…

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Novel Coronavirus Update – Video #13

  While the numbers of deaths and diagnoses continue to rise, we’re also seeing a solid increase in the number of “recoveries” from the novel coronavirus, as predicted. Learn more in our latest video on the epidemic.    Dr. Li and the Novel Coronavirus Dr. Li, who passed away last week, is credited as one…

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Novel Coronavirus Updates – Two Videos & A Podcast

  We’ve got two more videos regarding the novel coronavirus, as well as a podcast link, featuring an interview with Dr. Seheult and Garage Talk’s Mike Sheahan. Our 11th and 12th video updates cover Antiviral Drugs & Treatment Trials for nCoV (Remdesivir, Chloroquine) and Unsupported Theories, Pneumonia, ACE2 & nCoV.   Novel Coronavirus in the…

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Further Updates on Coronavirus – Videos 9 & 10 available now!

  We’ve got more updates on the coronavirus outbreak: two new videos, covering Fecal-Oral Transmission & Recovery vs. Death Rate and New Studies, Transmission, Spread from Wuhan, & Prevention (NoCv 2019). For a great resource to monitor daily updates on global coronavirus statistics, we suggest this dashboard provided by Johns Hopkins.    Incubation Period of…

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Coronavirus Update – THREE NEW VIDEOS

  With the number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus rising significantly over the past few days, we’ve got the latest on this epidemic. For the most recent information from MedCram, please check out our three newest videos, covering Asymptomatic Transmission & Incubation Period, Global Health Emergency Declared & Viral Shedding, and Travel Ban,…

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Coronavirus Update – TWO NEW VIDEOS

  We’ve got new videos for you, covering the latest reports and information on the coronavirus outbreak. The two videos linked here, posted to MedCram.com and our YouTube channel on January 28, discuss updates on the spread, quarantine, projections, and vaccine progress, as well as detailed information on acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), the typical…

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The Coronavirus Epidemic – What We Know (NEW VIDEOS)

  Coronaviruses are nothing new — they typically cause the common cold — but we can’t ignore the novel type of coronavirus that is spreading from China to other parts of the world. Check out our two latest videos, covering Transmission & Updates and Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, & Vaccine Status, for Dr. Seheult’s summary of…

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