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Nov
05

It’s So Hard to Know Who’s Dying of COVID-19— And When

Each and every day for the past few months, the world is facing the highest death rate altogether. In accordance with the most recent tallies as of now, almost 470,822 have died and 9,051,949 are known to be infected by the dreaded COVID-19 virus worldwide. The recorded death toll in the United States on a […]

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Nov
04

SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein Shares Sequence with a Human Protein

Medical science has already determined that there is a cleavage site in the COVID-19 spike protein for furin, which is also a human protease, and that spike unit is even subdivided into two different parts at that spot. This cleavage site helps in opening the virus such that it can easily enter a human cell. […]

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Nov
02

COVID-19 Is “Very Different” in Young Kids Versus Adults

According to the World Health Organization or WHO, there are nearly ten million active COVID-19 cases all throughout the globe as of June 30, 2020. In the month of April, the United States Centers For Disease Control and Prevention reported that almost about two percent of the active coronavirus cases in the United States are […]

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Jun
29

Could Statins Reduce the Severity of COVID-19?

The recent data about the huge growth rate of COVID-19 shows that blood clots, intense inflammation, and stroke are some of the severe symptoms that are caused by coronavirus disease. Years of research also shows that apart from lowering the cholesterol levels, statins also play a big role in reducing blood clots, decreasing inflammation, and […]

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Jun
22

All You Need To Know About COVID-19

COVID-19, the unknown respiratory illness is shaking the world with terror and is causing a significant downfall in the global economy and a massive death count all throughout the planet. The novel disease also termed as the Wuhan virus originated from the industrial town Wuhan, a major city of the People’s Republic Of China. The […]

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Jun
19

Frontrunners Of COVID-19 Vaccine

A recent statement made by Anthony Fauci, the director of National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases stated that it might take almost a year and a half to get a coronavirus vaccine approved for the citizens of US. Though some experts even suggest this statement to be optimistic as several odds might come into […]

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Jun
17

Why Senior People Are More Prone To Coronavirus Infections

The cases of COVID-19 pandemic are doubling up in rocket speed. As new cases are getting emerged, researchers have learned that the senior people of our society and the ones having previous medical issues in the past are more and more prone to this virus. A recent statement by Nancy Messonnier, MD and Director of […]

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May
14

How Scientists Can Volunteer to Help Fight COVID-19

Bench scientists all around the globe who were actively studying the cause and remedies of the current COVID-19 pandemic has been forced to shut down or scale back from their experiments out of COVID-19 precautions. But all these factors don’t mean their expertise or skills can’t help them in contributing to the worldwide effort to […]

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