It seems to me that the omicron, with all its monstrosity, is just a trailer for what is yet to come in the next stage. The problem focuses on the antibodies that the body produces, making it difficult for the virus to transfer its genetic material to [...] READ MORE
The 50-mutant corona strain was named [...] READ MORE
Researchers are learning that the Coronavirus can infect neurons and can cause ongoing damage in some cases.
Months after dealing with COVID-19, many people still struggle with memory problems, mental fog, and mood swings. One reason is that the disease can cause long-term brain damage. [...] READ MORE
The COVID-19 shock has derailed gains made towards achieving food security in Africa and around the world. [...] READ MORE
The novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) progresses in four stages . The first stage is a presymptomatic phase, which may lead to stage 2, which presents with fever, cough, generalized malaise, and a high viral load. This is followed, after seven to ten days, by stage 3, which presents with viral pneumonia. [...] READ MORE
The Fast Development of a microbial nosocomial pandemic that is in many cases estimated today to cause a dramatic increase in morbidity of people that contracted microbial infections caused mainly by bacteria are part of the innate immune response found among all classes of life. [...] READ MORE
It is difficult to 'get rid of' highly resistant (HiP) pathogenic bacteria. Clinical records of treatment with antibiotics active against Pseudomonas aeruginosa are still conflicting. The 4 antibiotic classes leading to targeting P. aeruginosa prescribed to patients include aminoglycosides (top drug: tobramycin), fluoroquinolones (top drug: ciprofloxacin), macrolides (top drug: azithromycin), and polymyxins (top drug: colistin). [...] READ MORE