Seizures and Strokes: The Different Ways Coronavirus Attacks the Brain
The novel coronavirus has been known to cause respiratory issues, but new studies suggest it could also affect the brain dramatically
Qatar Imposes Mandatory Wearing of Masks in Public, 3 Years Jail Time Awaits Violators
In order to mitigate the spread of coronavirus, Qatar imposed the mandatory wearing of face coverings or masks in public. Those who will be caught violating the said regulation will face three years of jail time.
Study Says Human Host Gets the Blame for Bringing Coronavirus to Wuhan, Not Animals
Scientists claim that the genetic makeup of coronavirus suggests that it was not transmitted from an animal in the Wuhan Market, but from a human host.
China’s “SARS Hero” Says Lack of Immunity Makes the Country Vulnerable to COVID-19 Second Wave
Dr. Zhong Nanshan warned that China may face a second wave of coronavirus due to the community’s lack of immunity.
China Admits Destroying Important Early Coronavirus Samples Not as Cover Up But for Safety Concerns
One of the allegations of western nations have been substantiated but China gives a cryptic response.
$3 Trillion COVID Relief Bill Raises Question, “How is the US Economy Faring Amid the Pandemic?”
Amid the pandemic that has not only threatened the healthcare system but also economies worldwide, here’s how the world's largest economy is doing.
Coronavirus Patient Zero? Man in US Not Infected in January, Antibody Tests Suggest
Evidence is suggesting the first coronavirus patient in the US was not in January, but in December and patient zero was not in Washington state because of the antibody test obtained earlier than that.
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.
Fact Check: Solar Minimum Only Has Minimal Effects on Weather
Our Sun has entered its own lockdown period as the solar minimum is set to cause freezing weather and possibly famine
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.