In the second part of his interview with @mnt, immunologist Prof. Martin Bachmann from @unibern explains what long-lasting immunity and herd immunity are, and gives his views on possible treatments for #COVID19 going forward.
While the findings aren't watertight, a nice hot bath may have heart health benefits. 🛀
In the midst of this pandemic, with much of the world in self-isolation, we are living in strange and stressful times. We asked experts for their advice on how to cope with the stress and #anxiety that many of us are experiencing.
Chinese officials have claimed that the anti-flu drug Avigan could combat the new coronavirus. Here, we take a look at the research findings and explain why people must interpret them with caution.
Today, we spoke with Dee Dickens @ThePontyPoet from the UK, who had her symptoms confirmed as #COVID19 by doctors.
She is in the vulnerable person category and has been at home in quarantine for just over 2 weeks.
The United States now have more #COVID19 cases than any other country in the world — approaching 86,000. Officials in the most affected areas of the U.S. are increasingly concerned about the lack of medical equipment and hospital beds.
The @WHO have launched a giant multinational trial to test the 4 most promising treatments for #COVID19.
Coronavirus tests are available, specifically to those at high risk or with severe symptoms. Rates of testing are low in the U.S. and the accuracy is uncertain.
As part of our in-depth #COVID19 coverage, we’re looking at how the pandemic is personally affecting our readers. We’re keen to hear from you about how the new #coronavirus has affected your health or the health of a loved one. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
New research suggests that a diet low in carbs could help delay age-related cognitive decline.
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