A fitness influencer who thought COVID-19 didnt exist has died at the age of 33 after contracting the virus on a trip to Turkey.Dmitriy Stuzhuk had been discharged from hospital in his native Ukraine after testing positive- but was rushed back as his health rapidly deteriorated.
To his one million subscribers, the 33-year-old appeared super-fit as he promoted sports and healthy living.
But his ex-wife and mother of his three children, Sofia Stuzhuk, 25, who announced his death, said coronaviru…
NHS bosses accuse Boris Johnson of ‘structural discrimination’ against mental health – The Guardian
PM ‘more interested in shiny new hospitals’ than tackling mounting toll of psychological problems
NHS bosses have accused Boris Johnson of structural discrimination against mental health and ignoring the huge psychological damage being wreaked by the pandemic.
A decade of progress on mental illness has come to a halt under a prime minister who seems more interested in building shiny new hospitals than tackling the mounting toll of debilitating ill-health, they say.
The government is condemning the growing number of people struggling with conditions such as depression, anxiety and PTSD to distress,…
Is it safe to eat at indoor restaurants during COVID-19? What you need to know – CNET
A recent CDC report found people who got sick with COVID-19 were twice as likely to have dined out beforehand.
Right now, indoor dining comes with a risk that it’s important to understand.
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Like everything else in life, eating out at restaurants takes on a whole new meaning in 2020. When it comes to COVID-19 risk, we know that activities that put you in close proximity to other people while not wearing masks, especially indoors, significantly increases risk of transmitting or contracting…
India News | COVID-19 Escalated into ‘syndemic’ for Chronic Disease Patients, Says Study – LatestLY
Get latest articles and stories on India at LatestLY. Scientists have assessed the synergistic impact of COVID-19 on people with non-communicable diseases (NCDs)…
New Delhi, Oct 24 (PTI) Scientists have assessed the synergistic impact of COVID-19 on people with non-communicable diseases (NCDs) like diabetes in low and middle-income countries such as India, and found that there has never been a more dangerous time for them than the ongoing pandemic.
According to the study, published in the journal Frontiers in Public Health, people with NCDs are more vulnerable to catching and dying from COVID-19, while their exposure to NCD risk factors — such as substance…
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