Over the last six months, health officials have seen those individuals infected by the novel coronavirus present with symptoms ranging from mild to deadly. Now, the data from two recent studies may indicate the reason for the wide range of
According to a new poll, one in three parents do not intend to vaccinate their children against the flu this season—despite a second, and possibly even deadlier wave, of the novel coronavirus.
Health officials across the nation have emphasized how vital
Coronavirus Lockdown Would Defer But Not Solve The Problem, UK Top Expert Says -- Does He Have a Point?
Prof. Mark Woolhouse, a UK government science adviser, said in an interview with the BBC that coronavirus lockdowns would only' 'defer the problem" rather than solve it. He also opined that it is ''doubtful" there will be a widely available
On Saturday, Texas authorities lifted a warning for all but one Houston-area community to stop drinking tap water because it could contain a deadly brain-eating bacteria, called naegleria fowleri.
Naegleria fowleri is a free-living single-celled living organism mostly found in warm
I am not sure how others may feel on the subject, but for me the scariest thing about COVID-19 isn't necessarily its infection rate, but instead, here we are six months into the pandemic and still do not have a
Since COVID-19 was officially declared a pandemic back in March, US citizens have been instructed that staying home was the best means to avoid contracting the virus. And, along with social distancing when out, and the wearing of a mask,
Coronavirus vaccine would not be widely available in the US until late spring or summer of next year, the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Dr. Robert Redfield, said during a Senate hearing on the government
As it turns out, this is not the first time our nation's leaders have had to make the decision as to whether or not to allow students to return school during an ongoing pandemic.
Even though the world was a much
As the debates over economic stimulus due to the current coronavirus pandemic, there is one group of individuals that need to be included in the conversation—that of our essential workers. They are the thin thread that is keeping our country
Hong Kong researchers reported on Monday what appears to be the first confirmed case of coronavirus reinfection.
A 33-year-old man was first diagnosed with Covid-19 in late March. He only had some mild symptoms. He was hospitalized on March 29