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They controlled for a number of other factors that could plausibly influence severity, including population density, age, education and poverty.
In the weeks since the insurrection, it’s been hard to measure the severity of the damage done to our country.
Our friends try to give her advice and she takes it in the moment, recognizing the severity of the situation.
So far there is limited evidence of changes in disease severity from these variants.
The scientific community has not produced evidence that the South Africa or Brazil variants cause a different level of disease severity.
It was only then that the severity of the disease became apparent.
Scientists emphasize that these mutations do not appear to change the severity of covid-19, the disease caused by the virus.
Sette and his colleagues are also studying how age, gender, and disease severity affect the strength of the immune response to SARS-CoV-2 and will continue to track the immune response 12 to 18 months after infection.
Just like the weather, the severity of uncertain times can rise and fall.
It affects individuals differently — Ruppert lists heat and stress as some of her other seizure triggers, for example — and seizures can vary in severity depending on the circumstance.

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