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Julie Mazziotta


New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Julie:

Everything to Know About Coronavirus Testing amid Nationwide Shortages

The CDC is currently recommending that only people who likely have COVID-19 and are hospitalized, or symptomatic health care workers, get tested → Read More

Are There Different Strains? Does Blood Type Matter? Experts Answer the Latest Questions About Coronavirus

With each new day, more questions emerge about the COVID-19 virus. Two experts separate fact from fiction → Read More

Here’s the States and Cities Under a ‘Stay at Home’ Order to Slow the Coronavirus Spread

Lawmakers in these areas have told residents that they must stay home, except for essential tasks → Read More

Italy’s Coronavirus Cases Beginning to Decline After Two-Week Lockdown

For the last three days, the number of new cases in Italy have declined, but previous cases still crowd hospitals → Read More

Why Antibody Testing Is Needed to Understand the Full Reach of the Coronavirus Outbreak

Researchers are close to creating an antibody test that would help determine if people are asymptomatic — and provide a better understanding of potential immunity → Read More

Ohio Clinics Ordered to Stop ‘Non-Essential’ Abortions During Coronavirus Outbreak

Multiple medical groups have criticized the decision, saying that abortions are a part of “comprehensive health care” and should not be canceled or delayed → Read More

Losing Sense of Smell and Taste Could Be a Symptom of Coronavirus

Doctors in the U.K. found that it was a common trait in patients who had contracted the coronavirus, however it is also a frequent symptom of the common cold → Read More

Bachelor’s Colton Underwood Tested Positive for Coronavirus: ‘I'm Exhausted’

The reality star emphasized that young, healthy people like himself can get infected, and need to take the virus seriously → Read More

NBC News Says Staffer with Coronavirus Has Died: He Was a 'Gentle Giant'

Audio technician Larry Edgeworth had "suffered from other health issues that led him to succumb to the illness," NBC Chairman Andy Lack said → Read More

Daniel Dae Kim Tests Positive for Coronavirus, Offers to Donate Antibodies to Find a Vaccine

The Lost star apologized to “all the people” he came in contact with in New York and on his flight home to Hawaii → Read More

FDA to Test Malaria Drug as Possible Coronavirus Treatment: Here’s What to Know About Chloroquine

The agency is currently testing chloroquine and other drugs as possible treatments → Read More

Younger Patients Account for Nearly Half of Coronavirus Hospitalizations, New Study Finds

While people over 65 are more likely to die from the virus, younger adults are still getting severely sickened → Read More

Epicenter of Coronavirus in China Down to 1 New Case a Day as Virus Spreads Worldwide

After enforcing strict quarantine measures, China’s Hubei province has announced just one new case of the virus for the last two days → Read More

Social Distancing, Self-Quarantining, Under Lockdown: Here's What Each Term Means

All are important measures to slow the spread of coronavirus, but they vary in severity → Read More

Here’s How to Tell If That Sneeze Is Coronavirus, the Flu or Just a Cold

Many of the symptoms of these illnesses overlap, so having a few of them does not mean that a person has COVID-19 → Read More

New York City Should Prepare for a ‘Shelter-in-Place’ Order in Next 48 Hours for Coronavirus, Says Mayor

Mayor Bill de Blasio did not explain what the restrictions would be, but the order would be an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus → Read More

How to Manage Anxiety and Loneliness During the Coronavirus Pandemic

“Focus on three key pillars of health: Sleep is power, food is fuel, movement is medicine," says psychologist Dr. Kevin Gilliland → Read More

Greater San Francisco Area Residents Ordered to ‘Shelter in Place’ to Slow Spread of Coronavirus

Residents are to stay at home, and will only be allowed out for groceries and other essential errands → Read More

Idris Elba Has Tested Positive for Coronavirus: ‘I Didn’t Have Any Symptoms’

The actor got tested after he “got exposed” to someone who had also tested positive, and “so far we’re feeling okay” → Read More

Top Health Official Says Temporary National Shutdown May Be Necessary to Stop Coronavirus Spread

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the U.S.’s top expert on infectious diseases, said that “everything is on the table” when it comes to coronavirus prevention → Read More