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Hypertension drug found effective against COVID-19 infection in cells, mouse lung

Xinhua News 24th February 2022 - (Harbin) Chinese researchers have found that a commonly used hypertension drug is effective in reducing COVID-19 infection...

U.S. researchers pinpoint mechanisms associated with severe COVID-19 blood clotting

Xinhua News 18th February 2022 - (Washington) U.S. researchers have identified "rogue antibodies" that correlate with severe illness and may help explain mechanisms...

T cells fit to tackle Omicron, suggests new study

HKUST 3rd January 2022 - (Hong Kong) Research from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and the University of Melbourne has...

A third of COVID survivors suffer neurological or mental disorders: study

REUTERS 7th April 2021 - (London) One in three COVID-19 survivors in a study of more than 230,000 mostly American patients were diagnosed...

COVID-19 may lower sperm counts, small study finds

17th February 2021 - (Florence) Men who have recovered from COVID-19 may be at risk of developing low sperm count, at least in the short-term, a small new...

Virus can damage brain without infecting it; hair loss on rise...

REUTERS 8th January 2021 - The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts...

First New HIV Strain discovered in nearly 20 years

By Erika Edwards, NBC News. 8th November 2019 - Scientists have confirmed the existence of an additional strain of HIV that has been around for...

Automatic Sperm Extractor invented by a Chinese hospital in Nanjing

12th April 2019 - (China) An automatic sperm extractor has been invented by a Chinese hospital in Nanjing for sperm donation and medical examination. The effortless...

Israeli scientists offer complete cure for cancer within one year

Original article from Jerusalem Post. A small team of Israeli scientists think they might have found the first complete cure for cancer.

A startup that charges US$8,000 to fill your veins with...

Original article from Business Insider. To Jesse Karmazin, a startup founder and Stanford Medical School graduate, blood is the next big government-approved drug.

A six-inch leech is removed from a Vietnamese woman’s throat

By Felix Allen. Original article from THE SUN. STOMACH-churning video shows doctors removing a wriggling six-inch leech that had been living in a woman's...

Public Health England maintains vaping is 95% less harmful than smoking

Original article from the Guardian The government is launching a new campaign to try to convince the UK’s smokers that vaping is not as...
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