Months and weeks after falling ill, people worldwide are reporting lingering symptoms of COVID-19. Doctors and researchers believe there are a number of possible explanations as to why the self-described … Read More
Almost every day, new information is discovered about the deadly and elusive novel coronavirus. One aspect of COVID-19 that continues to perplex medical researchers is the wide variety of symptoms … Read More
The major symptoms of COVID-19, according to public health authorities, are a cough, fever and difficulty breathing. But other symptoms have since joined the list. Reports of COVID-19 patients who … Read More
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says while there could be a role for using apps and virtual tracking to trace coronavirus cases in Canada, those measures would likely need to be … Read More
From coronavirus modelling to grim new unemployment numbers, there’s been a lot of information for Canadians to digest over the last week. But in interviews with The West Block‘s Mercedes … Read More
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But when a person is critically ill and fighting a potential viral pneumonia, Piraino said placing a person on their stomach can help expand the diaphragm, which is the main muscle people use when they breathe.
“By getting the patient off of their back, the hope is to improve the movement of air to the areas that have most tissue,” he said.
If you’re a business struggling with the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the government’s promised wage subsidies are on the way. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday shared some … Read More
The coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe could send Canadian unemployment rates soaring to 15 per cent by the end of the year, a new forecast by the parliamentary budget watchdog … Read More
By now, the most common symptoms of the novel coronavirus are engraved in the minds of people around the world. Fever, cough, shortness of breath. Sometimes muscle pain, poor appetite … Read More