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Chronic Disease Management with USA’s Biofourmis

CDC estimates that 6 in 10 American adults have 1 chronic disease whereas 4 in 10 suffer from 2 or more chronic diseases. Learn how ...
Feb 26

BA.2, the newly detected version of Omicron, is not a cause for alarm

Latest Omicron BA.2 news...
Feb 01

Europe has a lot of work to do to prevent COVID-19 transmission :WHO

Europe has "a lot of work to do right now" to bring down increasing COVID-19 cases, a World Health Organization expert said...
Sep 26

New infections reach record highs in Britain and France

Britain and France both recorded their highest one-day surges in COVID-19 infections since the beginning of the outbreak on Thursday...
Sep 25

US Coronavirus death count tops 200,000

According to a rolling tally by Johns Hopkins University, 200,005 Americans have died and 6.86 million have been confirmed infected by the novel ...
Sep 23

Top US health body retracts the warning of COVID-19 being airborne

The now-withdrawn guidance, posted on the agency's website on Friday, recommended that people use air purifiers to reduce airborne germs indoors to avoid ...
Sep 22

COVID-19 is airbone says scientists

The agency said the guidance, which went up Friday largely without notice until late Sunday, should not have been posted because it was an early ...
Sep 22

COVID-19 likely spreading from people to animals—and vice versa

A study published in the US CDC’s Emerging Infectious Diseases journal provides further evidence that SARS-CoV-2 can be transmitted between animals and ...
Sep 22

Trump counters CDC chief on vaccine timeline

We're very close to that vaccine as you know... We think we can start sometime in October" or shortly thereafter, Donald Trump said....
Sep 17

China Coronavirus vaccine may be ready for public in November

A unit of state pharmaceutical giant China National Pharmaceutical Group (Sinopharm) and US-listed Sinovac Biotech are developing the three vaccines under the state's ...
Sep 15

African Swine Fever case found in Germany

Scientists found swine fever in a dead wild boar near the German-Polish border in the eastern state of Brandenburg, the German agricultural ministry said....
Sep 11

COVID-19 genome sequencing laboratory network launches in Africa

With several African countries now expanding COVID-19 testing, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) ...
Sep 11

US to send millions of COVID-testing kits to states

The U.S. government agreed to purchase 150 million rapid antigen tests for COVID-19 from Abbott in a roughly $750 million deal...
Sep 02

Coronavirus in vacant apartment in China

The contaminated bathroom was directly above the home of five people confirmed a week earlier to have Covid-19....
Aug 27

US says asymptomatic people don't need COVID test

President Donald Trump has repeatedly said that the US should do less testing, and blamed testing for making it appear as though the country...
Aug 27

Masks in public restrooms?

Charles Gerba, a professor of virology at the University of Arizona, captured the image to demonstrate the spread of particles after a flush....
Aug 19

Urinals can have COVID-19 traces

Charles Gerba, a professor of virology at the University of Arizona, demonstrate the spread of particles after a flush after he captured an image post ...
Aug 19

COVID-19 vaccine may not be as effective for obese people

As clinical preliminaries for a COVID-19 immunization push ahead, a few specialists are concerned it may not be as compelling for corpulent individuals...
Aug 18

Climate Change May Bring Long-Dormant Viruses Back To Life: Scientists

Climate change is emerging as a driver of infectious disease, whether by expanding the footprint of malaria- and dengue-carrying mosquitos...
Aug 17

5 Things That Could Go Wrong With A Coronavirus Vaccine

According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, a coronavirus vaccine could be ready for distribution within months. ...
Aug 11

Trump's Posts Children Immune From Covid Removed By Facebook, Twitter

Facebook removed from Trump's official account the post of a video clip from a Fox News interview in which he said that children are "...
Aug 06

Who should get COVID vaccine first?

The decision-making will take place over the next few months and is certain to be controversial, experts said....
Jul 30

2 Coronavirus vaccines begin last phase of testing

The vaccination marks a much-anticipated milestone: the official launch of the first in a series of large US clinical trials that will each test ...
Jul 28

Team Of Elite Contact Tracers Shows World How To Beat COVID-19

An old-school, shoe-leather investigation showed the virus had jumped from a night-club visitor, to a student, to a taxi driver and then ...
Jul 27

Homemade face masks work best with multiple layers : Study

Scientists in Australia compared the effectiveness of single and double-layer cloth face coverings with a surgical mask....
Jul 25

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