Researchers who have scanned the hearts and lungs of people who tested positive for COVID-19, but never felt ill, have seen telltale signs of distress.
Just approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and known as nootkatone, the citrus-scented ingredient repels mosquitoes, ticks, bedbugs and fleas.
A simple blood test may predict which COVID-19 patients are likely to get worse and die, a new study suggests.
What masks do the best job? That would be N95 masks without valves, followed by surgical or polypropylene masks.
The low-cost drug has been out of use amid concern that the bacterium that causes gonorrhea was becoming resistant to it.
Whether the dog died from the coronavirus or lymphoma isn't clear. Buddy got sick in April but it wasn't until May that a vet confirmed the...
For the study, they created a model of how these aerosols travel in indoor spaces such rooms, elevators and supermarkets. They also compared how the virus...
Coronavirus testing performed in Chicago in March and April shows that children and teens tend to have as much virus in their nasal passages as adults,...
Studies show that a large number of patients who recover from the coronavirus may have heart damage weeks or months after they feel better.
Studies show that with some training, dogs may be able to sniff out and identify people who are infected with the coronavirus.