- Indian Covid-positive parents in a fix, struggle to find a place to keep their uninfected kids
Such parents are frantically calling up doctors of private and state-run hospitals to get a solution.
- Can kids go back to school? Extent of community spread & safety measures are deciding factors
Children and teens often have only mild illness or no symptoms when infected.
- Can you get Covid-19 infection through food? Study suggests taste bud cells are not coronavirus targets
Researchers also showed that other viruses that affect taste, including the flu virus.
- Can you get the coronavirus from second-hand smoke? Experts say there's a possibility
- Mums-to-be, stay safe: Embryos could be vulnerable to coronavirus in second week of pregnancy
If the mother gets sick, it could affect the chances of a successful pregnancy.
- Common cold infection may train the body to recognise and fight coronavirus
The immune system's memory helper T cells recognise the common cold virus.
- Watch your space! Physical distancing can lead to significant reduction in Covid-19 transmission
Countries with any social distancing policies had significantly reduced community mobility.
- Yes, coronavirus can spread through the air. Crucial to keep your home ventilated
Respiratory droplets could remain in the air in a closed environment for about eight to 14 minutes.
- Scientists believe coronavirus may increase risk of blood clots in pregnant women
The virus aggravates the risk of blood clots and strokes associated with oral contraceptive pills.
- Can you get the coronavirus twice? Health experts think it may be a one time ordeal
- Study says people between ages of 31 and 55 most vulnerable to hepatitis, more men get themselves tested
Conducted by CORE Diagnostics, it released the study on World Hepatitis Day.
- Heart inflammation observed in recently recovered Covid-19 patients, according to study
There is a need for further research to understand the virus.
- COVID-19 patients, who are hospitalised, less likely to suffer a stroke
This study contradicts initial reports that suggested a risk of stroke in patients hospitalised with Covid.
- What's scariest part of the sly coronavirus? Asymptomatic & presymptomatic carriers
The role of healthy people in swelling the Covid cases remains unanswered.
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