What lessons have researchers learned about what makes someone more vulnerable to more severe COVID-19 if they become infected, and how can this improve care for patients with the disease? Some answers may be found in a study published in The Lancet’s eBioMedicine that offers some important insights into characteristics that are linked with more severe COVID cases, as well as those suffering from post-acute sequelae of COVID-19, commonly termed “long COVID.”
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Month: December 2022
There is a Good Way to Work Together to Fight Climate Change — COP Isn’t It.
Written by Mathy Vathanaraj Stanislaus, JD, Drexel vice provost and inaugural executive director of The Environmental Collaboratory. Stanislaus served for eight years as administrator for the EPA’s Office of Land & Emergency Management during the […]
Is AI Living up to the Hype for Retailers That Use It?
Research co-authored by Matthew Schneider, PhD, an associate professor in the LeBow College of Business, examined how retailers should adopt artificial intelligence, as well as factors for consideration when adopting AI.