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#117 Asymptomatic Transmission, Going Back to School and Immunity: The Sars-CoVid2 Part 1 with Jena S. Griffith, RDN, IHC

July 01, 2020 Christa Biegler
Less Stressed Life : Upleveling Life, Health & Happiness
#117 Asymptomatic Transmission, Going Back to School and Immunity: The Sars-CoVid2 Part 1 with Jena S. Griffith, RDN, IHC
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A study on infectivity of asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 carriers
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Rapid asymptomatic transmission of COVID-19 during the incubation period demonstrating strong infectivity in a cluster of youngsters aged 16-23 years outside Wuhan and characteristics of young patients with COVID-19: A prospective contact-tracing study
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Children are unlikely to be the main drivers of the COVID‐19 pandemic – A systematic review
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Characteristics and Outcomes of Children With Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Infection Admitted to US and Canadian Pediatric Intensive Care Units
29:12
Targets of T Cell Responses to SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus in Humans with COVID-19 Disease and Unexposed Individuals
30:57
Four main common cold Coronaviruses
Less Stressed Life : Upleveling Life, Health & Happiness
#117 Asymptomatic Transmission, Going Back to School and Immunity: The Sars-CoVid2 Part 1 with Jena S. Griffith, RDN, IHC
Jul 01, 2020
Christa Biegler

I resisted doing anything CV19 related to the podcast, but I have news fatigue and just need some good research on the topic. That's why I invited my investigative journalist turned dietitian friend Jena S. Griffith back on The Less Stressed Life Podcast for a two-episode series on the CV to talk current research and common questions around asymptomatic transmission, going back to school, immunity, testing, treatment, and masks.

Full list of citations for this episode: https://www.christabiegler.com/blog/cv19part1

Here are some of the research discussed:

 Mentioned in this episode:

  • Four main common cold Coronaviruses


Jena S. Griffith received her Bachelor of Science and completed her dietetic internship with a nutrition education concentration at the University of Northern Colorado. Before that, she earned certifications from the Institute of the Psychology of Eating and the Institute of Integrative Nutrition that enabled her to practice as an Integrative Health Coach. Jena has maintained a private nutrition practice and serves as the lead nutrition instructor for Albemarle county’s community education program. Currently, she is the nutrition director for Culpeper Wellness Foundation and Powell Wellness Center, the top-ranking medical wellness center in Virginia. Jena also has a journalism degree from New York University and is the Editor of the Integrative RDN, a newsletter for Dietitians in Integrative & Functional Medicine.

For more than 15 years, Jena has immersed herself in research and education in the fields of health, wellness, nutrition, and fitness. Her mission is to compassionately support, educate and inspire people to lead energetic, healthy, and joyful lives.




Personalized functional medicine with Christa Biegler:

http://www.lessstressednutrition.com


Less Stressed Life Podcast:

http://www.lessstressedlife.com


Less Stressed Life Facebook Page:

https://www.fb.me/christabieglerrd/


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I resisted doing anything CV19 related to the podcast, but I have news fatigue and just need some good research on the topic. That's why I invited my investigative journalist turned dietitian friend Jena S. Griffith back on The Less Stressed Life Podcast for a two-episode series on the CV to talk current research and common questions around asymptomatic transmission, going back to school, immunity, testing, treatment, and masks.

Full list of citations for this episode: https://www.christabiegler.com/blog/cv19part1

Here are some of the research discussed:

 Mentioned in this episode:

  • Four main common cold Coronaviruses


Jena S. Griffith received her Bachelor of Science and completed her dietetic internship with a nutrition education concentration at the University of Northern Colorado. Before that, she earned certifications from the Institute of the Psychology of Eating and the Institute of Integrative Nutrition that enabled her to practice as an Integrative Health Coach. Jena has maintained a private nutrition practice and serves as the lead nutrition instructor for Albemarle county’s community education program. Currently, she is the nutrition director for Culpeper Wellness Foundation and Powell Wellness Center, the top-ranking medical wellness center in Virginia. Jena also has a journalism degree from New York University and is the Editor of the Integrative RDN, a newsletter for Dietitians in Integrative & Functional Medicine.

For more than 15 years, Jena has immersed herself in research and education in the fields of health, wellness, nutrition, and fitness. Her mission is to compassionately support, educate and inspire people to lead energetic, healthy, and joyful lives.




Personalized functional medicine with Christa Biegler:

http://www.lessstressednutrition.com


Less Stressed Life Podcast:

http://www.lessstressedlife.com


Less Stressed Life Facebook Page:

https://www.fb.me/christabieglerrd/


A study on infectivity of asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 carriers
Rapid asymptomatic transmission of COVID-19 during the incubation period demonstrating strong infectivity in a cluster of youngsters aged 16-23 years outside Wuhan and characteristics of young patients with COVID-19: A prospective contact-tracing study
Children are unlikely to be the main drivers of the COVID‐19 pandemic – A systematic review
Characteristics and Outcomes of Children With Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Infection Admitted to US and Canadian Pediatric Intensive Care Units
Targets of T Cell Responses to SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus in Humans with COVID-19 Disease and Unexposed Individuals
Four main common cold Coronaviruses