The influenza vaccine can protect against the flu and a growing body of international research suggests the flu jab might also protect against COVID-19
Emerging data is increasingly showing us that COVID-19 symptoms can go beyond what you might expect from a regular cold or a flu
The COVID-19 global pandemic has waxed and waned differently in different parts of the world. But in the United States, at least, there is reason to believe the end is near.
With many similar symptoms caused by the three virus types, testing remains the best option to determine which one you may have
Worried that the flu and COVID-19 could trigger a winter-time double-whammy of new infections and deaths, France is forging ahead with a booster-shot program against both diseases
In some ways, immune responses to COVID and influenza are the same. A relatively recent infection or vaccination provides good protection against a subsequent infection, but soon that protection starts to wane.
The company intends to recruit 180 adults in the United States for the Phase 1/2 portion of the trial to evaluate the safety and strength of immune response to the shot, called mRNA-1010.
We also observed that elevated COVID-19 stress is associated with favourable attitudes towards vaccination, use of personal protective equipment and pandemic-related altruism.
For the study, the researchers applied 5 µL aliquots of either the flu virus or SARS-CoV-2 on various surfaces - skin, stainless steel, borosilicate glass, and polystyrene.
Flu can be life-threatening for pregnant women and result in preterm delivery or miscarriage, study reveals
In a recent study, published in the journal PNAS on 21st September 2020, it was revealed how influenza A virus infection in pregnant women can cause severe harm to both mothers and the unborn.
Thousands of undiagnosed cases of COVID-19 detected in US, China weeks before first lockdowns: study
The study found that the first case of COVID-19 in the US may have arrived as far back as Christmas or New Year's Day.
A test against bacterial pneumonia resulted in zero deaths in a group who got photodynamic therapy while 60% of the control group participants died
People in their 20's and 50's were also found to be more at-risk for COVID-19 in the study, due to social gatherings and comorbid conditions.
Viruses can multiply to bigger numbers in some people and it’s possible they become virus chimneys, blasting out clouds of pathogens with each breath.
Some scientists think that Vitamin D may help protect people against COVID-19 but the results are inconclusive
Most evidence comes from observational studies and people are urged to be cautious about taking high doses of supplements to obtain benefits that may not exist.
Coronavirus Outbreaks: Warmer weathers could slow the spread of COVID-19 but we cannot rely on the weather to stop the spread
Cold weather is presumed to cause the spread of coughs, colds and flu is because it causes irritation in the nasal passages and airways, making us more susceptible to viral infection.
Data showed that the body confused a protein in the wild type H1N1 flu virus with a human protein relevant in regulating the sleep cycle.
Will fist bump instead of shaking hands on Sri Lanka tour, says England captain Joe Root as scare around coronavirus grows
Root’s team were laid low by flu and gastroenteritis in South Africa and are cautious following the coronavirus outbreak that has killed over 3,000 people and infected more than 89,000 globally
Delhi govt sets up 24x7 control room on coronavirus, asks people to avoid frozen meat and shaking hands while greeting in public in advisory
he Delhi government on Wednesday issued a health advisory on the novel coronavirus (nCov) and prescribed do's and dont's for the public to ward off any infection, including avoiding frozen meat, officials said