Healthmark provides a list of reference websites and articles for better understanding the Covid-19 Pandemic. many of the materials presented here help answer many of the questions that our patients ask us everyday. We update this list in accordance to developments associated with the 2020 Covid-19 Global Pandemic. Check out the links below.

Vitamin D and COVID-19: Is There a Relationship?

Cooper Clinic

COVID Data Tracker

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Post-acute COVID-19 syndrome (academic)

Nature Medicine - Nalbandian et al.

Face Masks: What the Data Say

Nature - Lynne Peeles


Does Vitamin D Deficiency Increase the Severity of COVID-19? (academic)

National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine - E. Kenneth Weird et al.

The Coronavirus is Here to Stay – Here’s What That Means

Nature - Nicky Phillips

Young Person with Long COVID After Mild Disease

The Lancet Respiratory Medicine - Tony Kirby

Which are the Best Pandemic Policies? Data Trackers are Trying to Judge

Nature - Quirin Schiermeier

Should I Wear a Mask After Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine?

Kaiser Health News USA Today – Liz Szabo

EXPLAINER: What the WHO Coronavirus Experts Learned in Wuhan

Associated Press - Emily Wang Fujiyama and Ken Moritsugu

Long COVID Patients Say They Feel Better After Getting Vaccinated

The Verge - Nicole Wetsman

Long Term Health Consequences of COVID-19

American Medical Association - Carlos del Rio, MD; Lauren F. Collins, MD; Preeti Malani, MD

Will We Be Ready for the Next Pandemic?

Wall Street Journal – Tom Freiden

Body Weight Changes During Pandemic-Related Shelter-in-Place in a Longitudinal Cohort Study (academic)

JAMA Network Open – Anthon L. Lin et al.

What Prevents Coronavirus? A Pathologist Grades COVID-19 Precautions.

Judy Melinek, MD

The Six Strains of SARS-COV-2

University of Bologna - Science Daily

What the 1918 Pandemic Can Tell Us About a Post-COVID-19 World

Fast Company – Lydia Dishman

Coronavirus Maps: How Severe Is Your State's Outbreak?

NPR - Stephanie Adeline

Home-made Face Masks Likely Need at Least Two Layers to Curb COVID-19 Spread

British Medical Journal

New York Times Corona Virus Website