A high respiratory rate can have several causes, including infections such as pneumonia and COVID-19. Learn more about what constitutes an increased respiratory rate and how WHOOP tracks your breathing rate on a nightly basis.
On this week’s episode, we’re diving into a topic that’s top of mind for many of you–Omicron.
With the Omicron Coronavirus variant rapidly spreading, here’s our most insightful content on COVID-19 and the value of understanding your key physiological metrics.
Yale coronavirus expert Dr. Nicholas Christakis returns for a discussion on the COVID vaccines, booster shots, and where we are headed as a society now that we are a year and a half into the pandemic.
On this episode of our podcast, VP of Data Science and Research Emily Capodilupo breaks down the effects we’ve seen in WHOOP data from the various COVID-19 vaccines, and how the second doses impact people differently than the first. We also share highlights from an in-app AMA with Emily answering questions on the subject.
This week’s podcast is all about the COVID-19 vaccine and what we are seeing as a response in WHOOP member data to getting the first dose.
We explore the science behind vaccinations and share some of the data we've seen from WHOOP members after getting a COVID-19 vaccine.
We are continuing our groundbreaking research looking at the connection between an increase in respiratory rate and COVID-19 infections.
World-renowned COVID-19 expert Dr. Nicholas Christakis returns to the WHOOP Podcast to share everything you need to know about the second wave, vaccines, and how long it will take for things to return to normal.
Many people experience an increase in respiratory rate prior to any other symptoms of COVID-19. Learn more about how WHOOP members are using their data.
G42 Healthcare Partners with WHOOP to Enhance Volunteer Experience in World's First Phase III Trials of Inactivated COVID-19 Vaccine.
Quarantine Fitness: How Has Social Distancing Affected Exercise and Workouts?