Coronavirus Found on Chopping Boards in Beijing Market as 45 Tested Positive for COVID-19
The Chinese capital city has a case of return to sender when it shut down a district in the city. China has just reopened after a long hiatus, now this will not conducive to its claim of winning over the virus
5 Reasons Why Asymptomatic COVID-19 Carriers May Be Worse Than SARS or Influenza
To what extent will asymptomatic people transmit the COVID-19, and how can it be detected? The exact figure for asymptomatic carriers are yet to be determined, but they may be more dangerous than we think.
Spain Denies Hiding True COVID-19 Mortality Rate After Death Rate Remains Frozen
Spain’s death toll has stayed at 27,136 since the 7th of June, claiming that authorities are still reviewing the information on the death rate before there will be able to give precise, accurate, and updated information. However, some regional areas who claimed that all required data has already been submitted to the ministry, but some were not reflected in the overall account of the deaths.
Exercise Could Decrease Risk of Cataracts
A study was released recommending physical movements to lessen the potential for cataracts. Exercise apparently lowers oxidative damage in the eye.
Treatment Of Bipolar Disorder At Harmony Place Monterey
Bipolar disorder is a mental condition that is usually marked by extreme changes in mood swings such as maniac behavior and sometimes depression.
Fact Check: Is the COVID-19 Pandemic a False Alarm?
An employee from the Interior Ministry of Germany released a document that states the coronavirus pandemic is not as serious as the media claims it to be. The document also states that there are more people who died from the influenza than COVID-19.
Future Netflix Binge-Watchers Will Look Horrific With Damaged Physique and Bad Health Condition
There’s nothing like cocooning yourself in a hub of streaming bliss: no sunlight and all the snacks. However, binge-watching may be to the detriment of your health over time.
Double Lung Transplant Cost & Survival Rate: Woman Survives COVID-19 Following Organ Transplantation
A woman from the United States received the first-ever double lung transplant in the country after contracting the coronavirus. The surgery has varying costs and mortality rates that studies found are linked to the health centres.
COVID-19 Fatality Rate is Low: Stanford Statistician Says It is Not as Deadly as We Thought
Dr. Ioannidis stated in his analysis that despite COVID-19 being a formidable threat to the health of people worldwide, the Infection Fatality Rate (IFR) of the disease is lower than what was initially reported. He also said that this should be welcomed as a piece of evidence that COVID-19 is not as deadly as it was reported to be.
China Eliminates Pangolin Scales From Approved Traditional Medicine Ingredients
Earlier this year, pangolins have been labeled as one of the possible links between humans and bats in transmitting the coronavirus which has caused the current global pandemic. Now, the Chinese government has moved to remove pangolin scales from its approved traditional medicine ingredient’s list, in an attempt to save the world’s most trafficked mammal.
12 Billion Solar Mass Can Fit Into This Ultraluminous Quasar Detected in Deep Space
One of the brightest quasi-stellar objects with one of the biggest singularities is detected. This amazing discovery gives scientist clues to the dark cosmos before the coming of the light.
Supermassive Blackhole’s Heartbeat Keeps on Beating After a Decade
Ten years after its discovery, the first confirmed heartbeat of a supermassive black hole is still strong. Astronomers confirm that this is the longest heartbeat that has been recorded from a black hole.
Balding Men Known as the ‘Gabrin Sign’ May Indicate High Risk for COVID-19
Are the studies correct about baldness connected to severe coronavirus symptoms? While baldness is common in men, so why are studies saying COVID-19 is related to it?
Fauci Tags COVID-19 as His “Worst Nightmare, " Stresses It Is Far From Over
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases' director, Anthony Fauci shared his outlook about the slowly reopening of the United States from lockdown while facing massive protests in major cities after the death of George Floyd in the hands of the police. Fauci also mentioned that in a span of four months, coronavirus has devastated the whole planet and he emphasized that it is not yet over.
WHO Report: We Need Six Million More Nurses
As global healthcare systems begin to struggle under the strain of the novel coronavirus, new reports show that there are not enough nurses to meet worldwide health development goals, even without a global pandemic to content with.