The Cardiac Dangers of Covid-19
A new and unnerving addition to Covid-19 symptoms was recently brought to light: despite the fact that it is considered an illness of the lungs, many patients who are infected with the novel coronavirus experience cardiac issues.
How Accurate ARE COVID-19 Tests?
We distinguish between the available Covid-19 tests and their respective accuracy below. Related Article: COVID-19 - Which Face Masks Are the Best?
Will COVID-19 Go Away in the Summer?
As we’ve mentioned in a previous article , scientists have initially hoped the warm temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere would reduce the spread of COVID-19 in countries located in that part of the world, as is the case with the Influenza virus.
Does COVID-19 Affect Pets?
The Effect Coronavirus Had on Pets So Far The COVID-19 outbreak did have some hard consequences on pets and pet owners. In the Chinese city of Wuhan, the center of the epidemic, pets have been trapped alone in apartments while their owners were stuck outside the city.
Warning! Beware of These 5 COVID-19 Scams
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has brought many people together, at least mentally, and kindness and charitable deeds abound as most of us attempt to beat this mutual invisible enemy.
COVID-19 - 6 Important Developments to Be Aware Of
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The Role of Zinc in Predicting the Severity of COVID-19
It’s been over a year since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, and we’ve certainly all learned a lot about this dangerous disease already. One question that keeps being brought up in both public and academic settings is, “Which factors predict the severity of Covid-19?”
Can Alcohol Affect the COVID-19 Vaccine?
As the rollout of Covid-19 vaccination slowly started in the US, the UK, and across the globe, experts from Russia and Great Britain started expressing concerns stating that drinking alcohol around the time of a Covid-19 vaccination may affect the immune response, potentially even rendering the jab
Will Travel Ever Be the Same After COVID-19?
During the Covid-19 pandemic, travel has dropped dramatically, and understandably so. Airports around the world report a dramatic drop in passengers, the numbers of which were last observed in the 1970s.
The Major Differences Between Swine Flu and COVID-19
With most countries under strict lockdown, the spread of this new strain of the coronavirus, officially named COVID-19, has many people asking questions. Comparing the current virus to previous pandemics has contributed greatly to providing insight on the progress of this disease.
Take a Peek at the Lab That Invented the COVID-19 Vaccine
You've probably heard that the new Covid-19 vaccines are nothing like any previous vaccine, which is accurate as these novel vaccines have been developed using a brand new mRNA technology. But how are they different and how were they developed?
Everything We Know About Asymptomatic Covid-19
One of the characteristics of Covid-19 which played a major role in the outbreak growing into a pandemic is the disturbing fact that we simply don’t know who among us is spreading it.
Epidemiologist Assesses COVID-19 Risk of Varied Activities
Covid-19 hasn't gone anywhere, and it won’t any time soon, but people are forced to carry on with their work and their lives to sustain themselves nonetheless.
What Are the Long Term Health Consequences of COVID-19?
Below, we examine the possible long term health effects of COVID-19 and the populations most susceptible to them. Which COVID-19 Patients Have the Highest Risk of Experiencing Long Term Health Effects?
COVID-19 Daily Report: Relevant Info on The Pandemic
We at BabaMail wanted to bring you a daily report on COVID-19 and will continue to do so each day so that people are kept informed about this ongoing pandemic. #.
How Robots Are Revolutionizing COVID-19 Care
The Covid-19 pandemic may change the world in surprising ways and one of the first fields to experience such a shift is, certainly, medicine.
COVID-19: Face Masks Reduce the Severity of the Disease
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The Role of Vitamin D in Preventing or Treating COVID-19
Will taking vitamin D supplements help lower your chances of catching Covid-19? Find the answer to these and other questions below. What Does the Research Say? Several studies have found a correlation between Covid-19 and low levels of vitamin D.
WARNING: Covid-19 Vaccination SCAMS To Watch Out For!
We have previously warned you against general Covid-19 related scams and frauds . In this article, we’ll explain how to recognize and avoid vaccine appointment scams. Common Vaccination Appointment Scams to Look Out For 1.
COVID-19: Does Shampoo Protect You?
All in all, when it comes to hair and Covid-19, there is no need for worry or to make changes in your usual routine. The chances that anything harmful is living in your hair are very slim, and washing it every day with your regular shampoo will sufficiently protect you.
Laundry Do’s and Dont’s Under COVID-19
Related Article: Washing Hands With Soap Is the Best Method to Fight COVID-19 How To Go About Laundry at Home? Temperature: The CDC official guidelines are: “If possible, launder items using the warmest appropriate water setting for the items and dry items completely.”
How to Tell If Someone Has Asymptomatic COVID-19
Despite that, there’s still a lot of understanding needed for the highly contagious disease, COVID-19, and how to stop its spread. Many people who are currently falling sick with the disease don't even feel any of its symptoms.
COVID-19 Vaccination: Can the Second Dose Be Delayed?
However, there’s a tricky part about the COVID-19 vaccine that’s been causing confusion as of late. Thus far, all authorized COVID-19 shots in the world are two-dose vaccines. The first dose has been developed to make your body identify the virus and build up the immune system.
Debunking the Common Myths Regarding the COVID-19 Variants
Here, we try to bust a few myths related to the COVID-19 variants. Myth 1. The COVID-19 variants are more lethal than the original virus There’s a lot of confusion and misinformation about the potential fatality of the new COVID-19 variants currently.