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The study, published in journal Infection, Genetics and Evolution, characterized patterns of diversity of the genome of the virus, highlighting how it may be adapting and evolving to its human hosts
Pediatricians, immunologists, and cardiologists are keeping a close watch on pediatric cases that look similar to Kawasaki syndrome following reports that draw a tenuous link between the inflammatory arterial disease and COVID-19 in children.
The holy grail of the current pandemic — a vaccine for COVID-19 — will not be available next month. It may not even be ready by next year. Regardless, the strides being made are happening at unprecedented speed.
Scientists are breaking speed records in their race to develop treatments for the new Coronavirus. Some are panning through old molecules hoping to find effective drugs. Others are applying the latest breakthroughs in synthetic biology to engineer sophisticated treatments and vaccines.
Since last January, there have been reports in the media that millions of people worldwide are seeking alternative or holistic remedies to prevent infection or to treat the symptoms of COVID-19. With Traditional Medicine at the end of its rope, Holistic Medicine may have a chance to prove itself over this crisis, and the results are not surprisingly encouraging…
While Governments, doctors, and even specialists are desperately trying to better understand this pandemic, there are many posts and articles all over the internet trying to make sense of the Coronavirus reality. In situations like that, sometimes, out-of-the-box thinking can be the one thing that makes a real difference.
The Emmi COVID-19 video has been created by Wolters Kluwer to help educate the public on ways to stay healthy during this pandemic. The organization supports more than 1.9 million clinicians in 190+ countries, having more than 7,100 world-renowned physician authors, editors, and reviewers working on a rigorous editorial process to synthesize the most recent medical information into trusted, evidence-based recommendations. Every day, clinicians view topics covering 25 specialties over 1.6 million times, making it one of the most reliable sources around.