Good Morning America - "There are health consequences to not getting enough sleep," said Dr. Sara Elizabeth Benjamin, who is an instructor of neurology at Johns Hopkins University. "Getting sufficient sleep helps us to think clearly during the day," Benjamin said. "Without enough sleep it’s hard to learn new things and to maintain a good mood."
NPR - The fact that people seem able to fight off the infection and recover is a good sign, says Carolyn Machamer, a virologist and cell biologist at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. "It's a serious-enough infection, but not like SARS or MERS," she says.
2019 Science Writers' Boot Camp Mysteries of the Mind - Understanding Mental Health and Addiction Monday, June 10, 2019 The National Press Club, Washington, D.C.