For Stroke Survivors, Timely Rehab Has Been Jeopardized During Pandemic THURSDAY, Sept. 17, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- Timely rehabilitation is crucial for stroke ...
With hundreds of potential Covid vaccine candidates being tested globally, here''s a quick guide to which ones you should keep an eye on - and when we could see results.
COVID-19 infections tend to be more severe among older adults and males, yet the mechanisms underlying increased mortality in these two demographics are unknown.
South Africa is ''extremely unlikely'' to have COVID vaccine results before next yearOne of South Africa''s three COVID-19 vaccine trials was recently put on hold after ...
According to the Heart & Stroke Foundation, 80% of heart diseases that happen before the age of 65 years can be prevented by eating well, keeping active, and not smoking. Here are some lifestyle choices you can make to boost your heart''s health.
Researchers investigated mechanisms linking Covid-19 to obesity and diabetes and found that existing bacterial conditions could explain why the disease is more severe in those groups.
Development of an Effective COVID-19 Vaccine Through Comprehensive Analysis of Antibody Responses in PatientsA comprehensive analysis of antibody responses in coronavirus ...
The complex biology of SARS-CoV-2 means that it is unpredictable and constantly evolving. Here''s what scientists believe, based on available evidence.
Practicing strict social distancing is associated with a markedly lower likelihood of testing positive for SARS-CoV-2, a new study suggests.
Up to one in 100 patients admitted to hospital with Covid-19 develop a punctured lung, Cambridge researchers have found.
Many people with asthma think they have a predisposition to severe Covid, but they may not need to worry so much, researchers say.
Recap of the latest coronavirus research and science: Redesigning the face mask; long recoveries for some; and retesting a month after infection.
A study found that auditory responses of dying patients were similar to those of healthy people - even hours before death.
Kids who are learning from home have lost access to the playground all the other opportunities for moving around during a school day.
Men diagnosed with anxiety or depression in their late teens had a 20% higher risk of heart attack than those who didn''t, a study showed.