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Scientists find that age does nOT contribute to COVID-19 susceptibility

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Scientists have estimated that the age of an individual does not indicate how likely they are to be infected by SARS-CoV-2.

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New research helps explain dramatic declines in COVID-19 death rates

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After New York became the epicenter for the pandemic in early March, with tens of thousands dying from COVID-19, experts had

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How COVID-19 made the leap from animals to humans

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The genetic quest to understand COVID-19 will help us prevent other diseases. How the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 made the leap

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Risk of dying from COVID-19 double, triple with these pre-existing conditions

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A large, international study of COVID-19 patients confirmed that cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes, congestive heart failure, chronic kidney disease, stroke and cancer

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US , seven other countries sign NASA’s Artemis Accords to set rules for exploring the Moon

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Today, NASA announced that eight countries — including the United States — have signed an international agreement known as the Artemis

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COVID-19 tests that will give results in seconds being developed

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India and Israel are jointly developing a game-changer rapid COVID-19 testing kit which will give results in less than a

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Nitric Oxide a possible treatment for COVID-19

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Researchers at Uppsala University have found that an effective way of treating the coronavirus behind the 2003 SARS epidemic also

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Experts say COVID-19 vaccine rollout unlikely before fall 2021

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But many experts surveyed also believe vaccine development will take place at an accelerated rate. Experts working in the field

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The world faces an air pollution ‘pandemic’ – far greater scale than wars, smoking, malaria

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on. Credit: Cardiovascular Research Researchers say people’s lives are shortened by an average of nearly three years from different sources

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Researchers discover how COVID-19 may trigger fatal levels of lung inflammation

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Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, requires models that can duplicate disease development in humans, identify potential targets

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