Researchers believe the societal conditions produced by the coronavirus lockdown provide an opportunity to break the chain of sexually transmitted infections.
Human pregnancy is downright curious. Today, we still don’t know why women go into labour for so long or why they face so much risk when they give birth.
Medical experts say there will be a second wave of coronavirus. But when?
In recent years, scientists have grown increasingly fluent in the language of genome, but much remains mysterious, including the function of many of our genes.
Investigators are working to “untangle” the changing story of a nurse at the centre of two coronavirus scares in Queensland. The unnamed nurse has been suspen…
A nine-year-old cat has become the first known case of a pet to become ill from COVID-19. She has now made a full recovery. ——————– SUBSCRIBE ➤ …
Autopsies done on some of the first COVID-19 victims in Louisiana show a problem with blood clots that wasn’t suspected. Some doctors believe the clots, more…
Coronavirus outbreak in Ireland is ‘astonishingly stable’, says NPHET chair Dr Philip Nolan – Irish Mirror
All the vital signs of the outbreak remain positive and on track for phase two of re-opening measures
New study shows more cancer patients die from COVID-19, but not necessarily for the reasons you’d expect. – USA TODAY
People with cancer are more likely to die from COVID-19, but it’s not their treatment that puts them at greater risk.
Pediatric Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome is an alarming new illness that is attacking children and doctors say there is a strong link to COVID-19.