Masks don't make you breathe in more carbon dioxide: Debunking myths about their efficiency, effects on oral cavity
There are various studies that show how various types of masks, and even face covers, can reduce the spread of contaminated droplets to varying distances
Exposing your mouth and nose to that kind of temperature may just give you thermal burns and cause dryness in your mouth and nose.
A study in China suggested that more than 10 percent of transmissions were from people who were infected but did not yet feel sick.
Can coronavirus stay viable on food and infect you? Understanding the novel virus is important to answers these questions
Experts say there’s no evidence that COVID-19 sickens people through their digestive systems.
Number of coronavirus cases growing exponentially says WHO chief, death rate could reach 50,000 deaths in next few days
About 75 percent of the individuals who are identified as asymptomatic go on to develop symptoms.
Preventing or curing COVID-19 is not something tea can do. In theory, it may ease some of the symptoms, but it can’t fight off the infection or disease.
The World Health Organization (WHO) steps in to bust some coronavirus-related myths.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Twitter rejigs verification process to boost more accounts belonging to health experts to curb misinformation
In an attempt to combat misinformation on coronavirus, Twitter is aiming to make it easier for health experts to get verified on the social media site
Some symptoms of COVID-19 are similar to winter influenza which spreads in colder temperatures.
Coronavirus myth busted: Not being able to hold your breath for 10 seconds is not a confirmation of COVID-19
You may have COVID-19 if you have all the other symptoms of the infection even if you can hold your breath for more than 10 seconds.
A good way to deal with fake news is to arm yourself with the facts and educate others.
Evidence suggests that alcohol actually weakens the ability of your immune system to fight against viral infections and makes you prone to pneumonia.
Here’s the most important thing you need to realise right now: boosting your immunity will not prevent you from contracting COVID-19.
Cases in India rise to 73: 2 more test positive in Mumbai, India closes borders to limit infection, and COVID-19 declared a pandemic by WHO
None of the previous Coronaviruses was declared to be a pandemic. The H1N1 (swine flu) outbreak of 2009 was the last disease to be classified as a pandemic.
The World Health Organisation suggests that it is always best to thoroughly cook meats and eggs before consuming them - to be on the safe side.
Talk to anyone on the street about the virus and you will be met with confusion and a complete misunderstanding of the disease.
Given all the hype around COVID-19, it is important that you verify the source of your information and not jump to conclusions.