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Children affected by COVID can experience long-term symptoms for three months, finds research   

The research, published in The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, examined data from volunteers between the ages of 5 and 18 across the state of Texas, USA


Published on 11th August 2022

IISc researchers develop alternative mechanism to render SARS-CoV-2 inactive

The researchers revealed the creation of a novel class of manmade peptides in a paper published in Nature Chemical Biology

Published on 6th June 2022

What happened on March 12: Mahatma Gandhi began the Dandi March, SARS made its presence felt 

Mahatma Gandhi's salt march received a great deal of global media attention at the time and continues to hold a place in the classrooms of world history

Published on 12th March 2022

Neem tree extract may help treat, stop spread of COVID-19, says IISER study

The Neem tree, indigenous to India, has been used for thousands of years for its anti-parasitic, anti-bacterial and antiviral properties

Published on 1st March 2022
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This 11-year-old Israeli boy has been infected with Alpha, Delta, and now Omicron. Here's his story

Despite his thorough experience with quarantine, Helfgott stated that boredom manages to overcome everything

Published on 31st January 2022

Omicron: Survey by private firm predicts that in-person attendance in schools may soon drop by 14 per cent

Schools in India are likely to see a 14 per cent drop in students attending in-person classes due to concerns sparked by Omicron' the new variant of the Coronavirus, according to a nationwide survey

Published on 2nd December 2021

Research finds exposure to 'harmless' Coronaviruses increases immunity to SARS-CoV-2

The findings of this study have been published in the Nature Communications Journal

Published on 23rd November 2021

Rodents could be asymptomatic carriers of SARS-like coronaviruses, finds Princeton study. Should you be worried?

Primates had highly conserved sequences of amino acids in the sites of the ACE2 receptor known to bind SARS viruses. Rodents, however, had a greater diversity

Published on 19th November 2021

Study now finds that COVID-19 may be linked to low temperatures and humidity, suggests it is a 'seasonal infection'

The first wave waned as temperature and humidity rose, the second wave rose as temperatures and humidity fell, according to the researchers. The pattern was broken during summertime, they said

Published on 26th October 2021

AI helps identify drugs that can kill SARS-CoV-2 in cells 

The team validated the candidate compounds in several types of cells, including stem-cell derived human lung cells in an effort to mimic SARS-CoV2 infection of the respiratory tract

Published on 20th August 2021

Study shows antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 remain stable, even increase seven months after infection

The results also supported the idea that pre-existing antibodies against common cold Coronaviruses could protect against COVID-19

Published on 9th August 2021

Why we must rethink ventilation for a safe return to schools after the COVID-19 pandemic 

Gabriel Wainer is a Professor, Systems and Computer Engineering at Carleton University and Hoda Khalil is a postdoctoral fellow, Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University 

Published on 6th July 2021

Scientists identify a post-infection treatment for SARS-CoV-2 that showed promise in stopping viral reproduction in mice

Treatment with a deuterated variant starting at 24 hours post-infection resulted in significantly increased survival of mice compared to untreated mice

Published on 5th July 2021

Spike protein changes in COVID variants can make current vaccines ineffective, says new study

Researchers from the Boston Children's Hospital, have found new properties in the spike protein of the Alpha, first identified in the UK and Beta, first identified in South Africa variants

Published on 26th June 2021

Researchers study reason behind increased transmission in SARS-CoV-2 variants

Rsearchers investigated the variants B.1.1.7 and B.1.351 to evaluate if patients showed higher viral loads

Published on 21st June 2021

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