Although Australia is doing well flattening the COVID-19 curve, things don’t look that great elsewhere in the world.
Scientists are learning more about the coronavirus every day. Research is being published at a furious place thanks to unprecedented global cooperation.
Staying at home is meant to put an end to the COVID-19 crisis, but not your healthy lifestyle.
The ABC News recently reported stories of new mums who are unable to celebrate births amid coronavirus isolation.
Recently, Britain's health secretary Matt Hancock suggested that “Immunity certificates” may be issued to people who have immunity against COVID-19.
Everyone is talking about the coronavirus, including those who claim to be official health workers from hospitals on social media.
Today, grocery shopping is perhaps the only outdoor activity for many people. Many people have asked whether it is possible to bring home coronavirus while getting groceries.
We know that COVID-19 is a respiratory virus that can be passed onto people within close contact with an infected case.
“Viral load” and “viral shedding” are popular medical terms lately that have caused many confusions.
Scientists around the world are racing to develop effective treatments for COVID-19.
Many countries are ramping up measures to flatten the curve for the COVID-19 pandemic, especially the UK, which previously showed signs of letting herd immunity take its course.
One of the priorities in characterising the COVID-19 pandemic is estimating how many people are asymptomatic transmitters of the virus.
A shortage of COVID-19 testing kits is a challenge currently faced by Australia and many other countries.
What is a laparoscopy?Laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery used to assess abnormalities in the female reproductive organs: uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes and other pelvic organs.
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