Coronavirus Epidemic: Four Tips to Use and Mistakes to Avoid

If you feel like you have a fever, start coughing, and have breathing difficulties, you might get to a terrible conclusion: you’ve come down with the novel coronavirus, now officially…

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Coronavirus May Have Escaped From a Lab Located at the Core of the Outbreak

Back in 2014, somewhere in the Yunnan Province, China, a group of researchers found a cave full of wild bats carrying virus strains similar to SARS. The team’s paper, published in…

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High Levels of Testosterone in Women Associated With Greater Risk of Cancer and Diabetes

Testosterone is a steroid, mainly a male sex hormone that causes the growth of secondary sex attributes in men. Even so, testosterone is developed by women, but in small quantities….

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Strokes Lead to ‘Electrical Storms’ and Floods That Affect the Brain

Our brain is flushed regularly by salty fluid that cleans it and carriers away unnecessary waste. However, in the aftermath of a stroke, the liquid will flood the brain, leading…

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International Facilities Race to Find a Vaccine for the Coronavirus

Researchers at the most public organizations all over the world are now rushing to create a vaccine that will offer protection against one of the most terrifying viruses ever faced…

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