New clues to the biology of long COVID are starting to emerge
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New clues to the biology of long COVID are starting to emerge

We are beginning to see new clues about the biology of COVID. Kelly LaDue toggle caption After being afflicted by the virus for several weeks, Kelly
As Covid recedes in US a new worry emerges: wildlife passing on the virus
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As Covid recedes in US a new worry emerges: wildlife passing on the virus

America's pandemic seems to be entering a new phase, with national rates falling from September's peak and vaccines being given to children, but
Seven Important Questions About Covid Antivirals Answered
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Seven Important Questions About Covid Antivirals Answered

Although vaccines have greatly reduced the number of cases of Covid-19-related complications, doctors do not have many options for treating those who
Human trials of vaccine for multiple species of Ebola to begin soon
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Human trials of vaccine for multiple species of Ebola to begin soon

Researchers have announced that the first dose of an Ebola vaccine, which may protect against multiple strains of the virus, will be administered on
New Vaccine Kills HIV in Monkeys, Researchers Planning Human Trial
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New Vaccine Kills HIV in Monkeys, Researchers Planning Human Trial

Image by Getty/ Futurism Treatments Japanese newspaper The Asahi Shimbun reports that a team of Japanese researchers has developed a vaccine that
How COVID Might Sow Chaos in the Brain
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How COVID Might Sow Chaos in the Brain

Brain fog is not a medical term. It is a term that describes a condition where the brain becomes unable to concentrate. This can be caused by
Covid-resistant people point way to universal coronavirus vaccine
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Covid-resistant people point way to universal coronavirus vaccine

Illustration of a T-cell that targets SARS-CoV-2 particles JUAN GERTNER/SCIENCEPHOTO LIBRARY Many organizations around the world are working to
People testing negative for Covid-19 despite exposure may have ‘immune memory’
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People testing negative for Covid-19 despite exposure may have ‘immune memory’

Everyone knows the person who has never been positive for Covid-19 despite having their entire family infected. Scientists now know why some people
Pet dog contracts Covid in first confirmed case in UK
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Pet dog contracts Covid in first confirmed case in UK

Humans can share many things with dogs, including cuddles and quality times. It seems that coronavirus infections may be added to the list of shared
Chinese city offers cash for clues as Covid outbreak declared a ‘people’s war’
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Chinese city offers cash for clues as Covid outbreak declared a ‘people’s war’

Residents in a Chinese city bordering Russia were offered large cash rewards for information on the ongoing Delta outbreak. Local officials declared