Scientists Speculate That Coronavirus Can Exploit ‘Hidden Mutations,’ Increases Its Chances to Kill the Host
It seems the coronavirus might be deadlier if it can find genetic loopholes that are common in most individuals. These loopholes are used to attack host cells DNA and RNA that might account for what is happening with children and young people getting sick with the virus.
Types of Mood Disorders: What Many People Should but Don't Know
What is a mood disorder? They never get the attention that their impact deserves.
CDC Guides and Procedures for Reopening Amid Coronavirus
The CDC released six flow charts to guide establishment in determining if they can reopen and what safety protocols to follow
Scientists Urge for Immediate Study of Oral Rinses, Can Mouthwash Protect You from COVID-19?
Chemicals found in mouthwashes are said to help remove the fatty surface of the virus that latches itself to human cells, but can it protect people from catching coronavirus?
Study Shows Coronavirus Would Plummet If 80% of Americans Wore Mask
A new study shows that wearing a face mask can help solve America's problem with COVID-19 infections, but will people be willing to cooperate?
Psychosis, Mental Distress May Increase Due to COVID-19 Pandemic
According to WHO, the impact of the outbreak on the public's mental health is "concerning." The dire repercussions of the pandemic have been difficult to escape.
Moscow Contradicts Reports of Inaccurate COVID-19 Death Toll, Says Report Has Been Transparent
After media outlets reported that Moscow is not revealing the true number of COVID-19 deaths in Russia, health officials from the country defended their tally and said all deaths have undergone a mandatory autopsy.
US Navy Tries to Uncover Identities of Baffling Objects Emerging from Water
In 2004, the USS Nimitz was involved in the most unusual sightings in modern times, pitting the best tech on earth against the unknown. But were they probing one of the most powerful warships on earth?
COVID-19 Cure: Tablet Form Coronavirus Vaccine Not Injection May Be Available Next Year
A new medication to combat the contagion is under development and might be available soon. it is made of adenoviruses and attaches via wet tissue to start an immune reaction.
Coronavirus Survivors Should Lay Off Intimacy With Their Partners for 30 Days
Experts have advised COVID-19 survivors to keep their hands to themselves for 30 days after recovery.
World Leaders Want Future COVID-19 Vaccines to Be Free, Not Controlled By Biotechnology Firms
All anti-COVID-19 cures are urged to be shared not under the control of any company or nation. This was the statement of 140 leaders sounding the call for a holistic approach when giving a developed cure.
Asymptomatic Cats May Spread Coronavirus to Humans
A laboratory experiments suggest that cats may spread the coronavirus to humans without ever showing signs or symptoms
Russian Health Workers Trapped in Hospital, Others Die on the Frontlines Due to Lack of Protective Gear
Doctors are increasingly put at risk with the sudden surge of coronavirus hit Russia
Immunologist Whistleblower Says US May Face ‘Darkest Winter' As People Starts Going Out Despite COVID-19
Rick Bright, an immunologist who was removed from the US agency which he led in search of a vaccine for the coronavirus, said that the US is yet to face tougher times.
Talking Emits Droplets That Spreads Coronavirus
Aside from coughing and sneezing, a new study shows that talking in close proximity can also contribute to the spread of the coronavirus. This is the reason why wearing masks and observing social distancing are important.