As the world hopes that it will finally get rid of the COVID pandemic in 2022, it seems that we’ll still have some time to wait until we see the light at the end of the tunnel. Dr. Anthony Fauci, ...

The novel coronavirus continues to remain in the spotlight these days. Now, it seems that the CDC is also making headlines in relation to covid data that they have recently revealed. A recent headline from New Yor Times reveals the ...

You surely have heard about the debate “COVID vs. flu – which one is worse?”. How about having both at the same time? Unfortunately, it’s possible. It’s called having flurona. Infectious disease specialist Dr. Maaike Swets from the University of ...

Current top causes of mortality from infectious illness include the bacteria that produces TB, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, and also the virus that causes COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, although they are transmitted in different ways. Tuberculosis is a deadly respiratory illness that affects millions of ...

There are more and more controversies surrounding the covid 19 vaccines. They have been making headlines due to the potential side effects which is not something that the media was too keen on presenting in 2022. The other day, we ...

There’s been a lot of talk about the efficiency of the covid 19 vaccines and their potential health risks as well. Now, more and more data is leaked especially about the Pfizer covid 19 vaccine which is raising some experts’ ...

According to research published in the international PLOS ONE, countries that use the oral polio vaccine also have a reduced incidence of COVID-19 than those that use inactivated polio vaccine, implying that the oral vaccine could either help stop infection ...

As Coronavirus makes a comeback in China, the nation’s president has suggested that his priority this time is to limit the indirect harm to the country’s massive economy. As per President Xi Jinping, China must aim for maximal preventive measures and management ...

Despite being the first country where the very first COVID outbreak began, China has been through relatively good times. But at the beginning of 2022, cases of COVID infections start to surge again in the Asian country. China seemed to ...

While COVID-19 instances are decreasing throughout the country, UW Health experts are urging the public to be cautious of people who are immunocompromised and might get severely sick as a result of the virus. Even though those who have been ...