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The director of the US National Snow and Ice Data Center, who is an Arctic climate scientist, writes about why Arctic heatwaves are becoming more common.
From shortness of breath to diabetes, it is important to know how recovering from coronavirus can impact your body in the long run.
Both extreme heat and air pollution have severe negative effects on the human body — from asthma to heart disease. But we are staring at a dirty, hot future.
The idea of a second wave stems from the flawed comparison with the seasonality of the flu virus.
While it has not eliminated the virus, as similarly sized New Zealand has, Uruguay is one of just a handful of countries to effectively manage the disease.
The SARS-CoV2 escapes an evolutionary trade-off that helps keep other pathogens in check like Ebola, and Marburg.
I hold live SARS-CoV-2 in my hands and this virus is not to be taken lightly, writes a scientist at Pennsylvania Statue University.
Many of bone-shattering injuries in war zones are untreatable because of the constant risk of infection from procedures in the field. The bone brick can help.
Rural counties in America are primarily susceptible due to their large senior populations and outbreaks are likely to originate in elderly care facilities.
Researchers have found that the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, can be shed in faeces for up to a month after the illness.