Cleveland Clinic researchers found 41% of patients with long COVID, had moderate to severe sleep disturbances. more
Scientists confirm existence of Raccoon Dogs at Wuhan market prior to COVID-19 outbreak

Beijing: Raccoon dogs and other animals susceptible to COVD-19 were sold at the market in Wuhan prior to its closure in 2020 over the coronavirus pandemic, though its still unclear whethe ...

mRNA vaccine beats infection for key defense against COVID-19, Stanford Medicine scientists find

The Pfizer/BioNTech mRNA vaccine directed at COVID-19 is much better than natural infection at revving up key immune cells called killer T cells to fight future infection by SARS-CoV-2, t ...

Keeping COVID-19 in check likely to require periodic boosters

Between natural infection and a global vaccination campaign, most people now have some immunity against the virus that causes COVID-19.

COVID-19 Spread: Nepal confirms spread of XBB.1.16 sub-variant

Kathmandu: Nepal has confirmed the spread of Omicron’s sub-variant XBB.1.16 in the Himalayan nation.

Substance use disorders do not increase likelihood of COVID-19 deaths: Study

New research from Boston Medical Center found that substance use disorders do not increase the likelihood of dying from COVID-19. Published in Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment, the ...

Study shows vaccination reduces risk of long COVID-19

Being vaccinated against Covid halves people’s risk of developing long Covid, according to new research from the University of East Anglia.

WHO urges China to be ‘transparent’ in sharing COVID-19 data

New York: The World Health Organization (WHO) continues to call for China to be ‘transparent’ in sharing COVID-19 data in efforts to determine the disease’s origins, Dir ...

Common cold gives children immunity against COVID-19: Study

During the pandemic, it became clear that children who contracted COVID-19 became less ill than adults. One hypothesis has been that common colds would give children immunity protecting a ...

55 countries face a health worker crunch linked to COVID-19: WHO

No less than 55 countries are struggling with serious health worker shortages as they continue to seek better paid opportunities in wealthier nations that have stepped up efforts to recru ...