• New initiative launched to combat the spread of disinformation on COVID-19

    26 days ago - By News Medical

    The Coronavirus disease is the first pandemic in history in which technology and social media are being used on a massive scale to keep people safe, informed, productive and connected.
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  • New model counters the threat of recurring pandemic waves

    26 days ago - By News Medical

    How a second wave of COVID-19 infections may evolve across Europe over the next few months, using data on infection rates and travel within and between European countries, is modelled in a Scientific Reports paper.
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  • Men with COVID-19 have worse outcomes than women, confirms study

    26 days ago - By News Medical

    New research presented at this week's ESCMID Conference on Coronavirus Disease confirms that men with COVID-19 have worse outcomes than women, possibly related to them experiencing higher levels of inflammation.
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  • Molecular insights may foster effective therapies for COVID-19 patients

    26 days ago - By News Medical

    Viral and bacterial pathogens wield pathogenic or virulent proteins that interact with high-value targets inside human cells, attacking what is known as the host interactome. The host interactome is the network map of all the protein-protein interactions inside cells.
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  • Exercise Hormone may Modulate Genes Linked to Coronavirus Replication

    Exercise Hormone may Modulate Genes Linked to Coronavirus Replication

    26 days ago - By Medindia Health

    Exercise hormone irisin may modulate genes associated with the replication of novel coronavirus, said a new study.
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  • Silent COVID-19 Carriers may Have Key Role in Coronavirus Spread

    Silent COVID-19 Carriers may Have Key Role in Coronavirus Spread

    26 days ago - By Medindia Health

    Silent or asymptomatic carriers of COVID-19 may have a key role in driving the spread of novel coronavirus, according to a new study.
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