News tagged with "covid"
- Medics proved long immunity after a mild form of COVID-19Administrator • 2021-05-25 21:19:16American scientists at the University of St. Louis have proved that after a mild form of Covid-19, immune cells remain in the body that can produce antibodies against the coronavirus throughout life, writes the magazine. “Natcher,” quoted by BTA.
- Scientists have developed a method of detecting severe forms of COVID-19Administrator • 2021-05-07 22:06:03Swiss scientists, in collaboration with colleagues from France and Germany, developed a method allowing early stage detection of patients in whom Covid-19 can pass into severe form, the University of Zurich site reported, cited by BTA.
- Turkish scientists develop COVID-19 mutation drugAdministrator • 2021-04-13 22:27:09Turkish scientists have developed a drug against COVID-19 mutations, Turkish broadcaster Sien-Turk reported.
- Sunlight explains differences in number of deaths from COVID-19Administrator • 2021-04-10 01:26:21Data from hard-hit countries such as Britain, Italy and the US suggest sunnier areas “are linked to fewer deaths than Covid-19", DPA reported.
- Israeli scientists: Aspirin could protect against COVID-19Administrator • 2021-03-14 20:48:04People who take aspirin regularly to avoid cardiovascular disease are 29 per cent less likely to develop Covid-19 compared to people who do not drink aspirin, an Israeli study found, the e-edition Israel21C reported.
- Established the mechanism of thrombi formation in the heart because of COVID-19Administrator • 2020-12-30 21:04:31Spanish medics examined the process of thrombi formation in the coronary artery of patients with the most severe forms of Covid-19 and concluded that they arise as a result of transverse activity of immune cells neutrophils, TASS reported, quoted by BTA. The results of the study and potential methods of combating thrombus were published in the journal “JAMA Cardioladji” (Journal of the American Medical Association).
- The most complex experiment for COVID-19 was performed with supercomputersAdministrator • 2020-11-24 20:57:22A European Research Consortium said it carried out the most sophisticated experiment with supercomputers on the new coronavirus with a 60-hour simulation aimed at modeling the effect of potential new drugs for COVID-19, Reuters reported.
- The severe consequences that COVID-19 brings after cureAdministrator • 2020-10-23 20:11:11Japanese scientists examined coronavirus infection recovering patients who were being treated in hospitals. One consequence of the disease caused by COVID-19 is hair loss, as well as continuing for months shortness of breath and feeling weak, scientists from the National Center for Global Health and Medicine in Tokyo found, BGNES reported.
The hottest year is likely to be between 2021-2025.
Administrator • 2021-05-27 21:04:54
Global warming critical point could be reached temporarily as early as next five years
Administrator • 2021-05-27 20:00:56
Microsoft promises biggest in 10 years Windows update
Administrator • 2021-05-26 23:39:03