According to the CDC, current antibody test results may not be accurate and not enough is known about the presence of antibodies and COVID-19 immunity.
While scientists are still researching whether COVID-19 can be sexually transmitted, it can definitely spread from close contact with infected people, so sex with new partners is always risky.
There is a conspiracy theory that COVID-19 was made in a lab in China, possibly as a biological weapon but this has been debunked by science.
Doctors advise women to delay mammograms for a month or two after COVID vaccines because a side effect of the vaccine may mimic a common symptom of breast cancer.
Because lack of slumber increases the risk of infection, it makes the sleep deprived vulnerable to (SARS-CoV-2) –– the virus that causes COVID-19.
Studies show that air pollution facilitates transmission of COVID-19 and that improving air quality can play an important role in overcoming the pandemic.
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has brought many sad and devastating developments but here are 8 positive updates and we can hope for more.
As we continue to learn more about the novel coronavirus, doctors have been noticing an increase in blood clotting in hospitalized COVID-19 patients
Some patients with COVID-19 called "long haulers" have found themselves with symptoms that persist well beyond the usual timespan for a symptomatic patient.
COVID-19 is a highly contagious disease that can cause long term damage to your lungs in the form of pneumonia and scarring.
As countries worldwide begin to roll out the various coronavirus vaccines, people suffering from neurological diseases have been anxious to know what the vaccine might mean for them.
Many people have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and potential side effects. Here are doctor-approved answers about rheumatic diseases and medications.
The coronavirus vaccines being distributed went through the entire research and development process quickly, so many people have questions about them. Learn all about them here.
The messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines used against COVID-19 are radically different. For one thing, they don’t use the virus at all.
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