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A woman smiles as she greets a clinical care provider.
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NHLBI in the Press
A Cleveland Clinic registry finds patients with COPD are not more likely to have COVID-19, but COPD patients are more likely to be hospitalized and receive intensive care after infection.
A Latino woman wearing a mask and apron opens the door to a cafe and smiles.
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NHLBI in the Press
Communities in Massachusetts with a higher proportion of Black and Latino residents have higher COVID-19 case rates, according to a study in Health Affairs. The analysis suggests tailoring public health responses for communities disproportionally affected by the pandemic.
A macrophage, a type of white blood cell, helps the body heal after sudden injury. This white blood cell is purging pathogens and cellular debris from the site of infection.
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NHLBI in the Press
White blood cells in the lungs of mice receive immune-specific messages from a protein released during immune signaling, which creates an anti-inflammatory response to repair damaged tissues and reduce inflammation. Future studies will explore this signaling in autoimmune disorders and COVID-19.