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Breathing: One of the Most Common Ways by Which Coronavirus is Spread

As the United States nears 200,000 deaths from COVID-19, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its guidelines to add breathing to the...

Children Over 12 Years of Age Should Wear Masks: WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued guidance saying children over the age of 12 should wear masks, in line with recommended practice for...

‘Coronavirus Particles Can Remain Infectious in Air for Over an Hour’

Wendy Barclay, chairwoman in influenza virology at Imperial College London, has said that coronavirus particles can remain infectious in the air for more than...

EU Lifts Travel Restrictions on 14 Countries, Excluding US

The European Union (EU) has lifted COVID-19 related travel restrictions on visitors from 14 nations, but its list excludes American travelers. People from Algeria, Australia,...

Global Covid-19 Cases Climbing Towards 10 Million Mark

The global number of Covid-19 infections is steadily climbing toward the 10 million mark. Johns Hopkins University reported early Saturday there are more than...

EU, US Work Together to Reopen International Travel

The United States is working with the European Union (EU) and countries across the world on how to "safely reopen international travel" after months...

Covid-19 Pandemic is Growing as Lockdowns Ease Worldwide, Says WHO

The World Health Organization says the Covid-19 pandemic is still growing even as countries start to ease lockdowns and other restrictions. "The epidemic is now...

Covid-19 First Wave Not Over Yet, Experts Dismiss Talk of Second COVID Wave

While some health experts warn of what they call a second wave of COVID-19 this fall, others say the United States — and some...

Death Risk From COVID-19 Increases with Increasing Poverty: Researchers

By Henry Ridgwell The probability of death from COVID-19 increases dramatically with increasing poverty because of underlying inequalities in society in many poorer countries, according...

Spain Reopens Borders for Europeans After COVID Lockdown

Spain reopened its borders to European tourists on Sunday as the continent continues to ease lockdowns put in place to quell the spread of...

Number of Global COVID-19 Cases Continue to Rise

The number of global COVID-19 cases continues to rise. There are more than 8.7 million global infections. With more than 2.2 million cases, the...

Covid-19: School Lockdowns Give Rise to Voilence Against Children

More and more children are victims of hate, bullying, and violence online because of the coronavirus pandemic, a new United Nations report said. According to...

Covid-19 Recovering Patients Need Care and Support

Patients recovering from Covid-19 who are discharged from hospital may continue to need care and support as many of them could develop persistent psychological...

Developing Countries Account for 3-Quarters of Daily Covid Cases

By Jamie Dettmer Developing countries now account for three-quarters of the 100,000 daily new coronavirus cases that authorities around the world are reporting. The steady...

Scientists Detect Previously Unknown Widespread Structures Near Earth’s Core

Analysing thousands of recordings of seismic waves, or sound waves travelling through the Earth, scientists have detected widespread, heterogenous structures -- areas of unusually...

According to Research, No Exercise For 6 Years Can Trigger Heart Failure Risk

Too busy or lazy to exercise? Men and women take note. Living without physical activity for six years during their middle age could be...

Team of Scientists Launch Campaign to Restore Pluto to Planet Club, aims to broaden the Astronomical Classifications

US, March 22, 2017: A team of scientists seeking to restore Pluto to planethood launched a campaign on Tuesday to broaden the astronomical classifications which...

Is Pluto a planet or not? Yes, it is and so are over 100 Celestial Bodies

NEW YORK, March 18, 2017: Is Pluto a planet or not? Giving this debate a fresh angle, Johns Hopkins University scientist Kirby Runyon wants...

App for Indian women to understand contraceptive choices

Washington: An Indian-American researcher from the Johns Hopkins University developed an app that is helping married Indian women in understanding contraceptive choices and using...

Yoga improves arthritis symptoms and mood: Research

New York: Practicing yoga improves physical and mental well being of people living with arthritis, a painful joint disorder for which there is currently...

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