Science in 5 series – episode #8 / Dr Sylvie Briand busts myths about COVID-19 and antibiotics, alcohol and garlic. Mythbusters:
COVID-19 presents manifold challenges for scientists. Genome researchers are out to detect new mutations as early as possible. Ecologists are investigating the risk of infection between animals and humans. Subscribe: For more news go [More]
Stanford School of Medicine and the Department of Emergency Medicine in partnership with Digital Medic offer this educational video to discuss the science of COVID-19, how it affects the body, how it spreads, and what [More]
Episode #69 How does WHO track variants for SARS CoV 2 , the virus that causes COVID-19? what are the challenges on the ground? What are variants WHO is tracking at this time? WHO’s Dr [More]
We’ve all lived through the pandemic, but these scientific experts lived it–and fought nearly every day over the last two years to understand the virus, predict its spread, decode its dangers and fight it on [More]
Episode #68 What have we learned about the symptoms of Long COVID or Post COVID-19 condition so far? How long does it last, when should you worry, and what treatments are recommended? WHO’s Dr Janet [More]
Episode #64 If Omicron is less severe, why are people ending up in the hospital and dying from it? Is it true that everyone will eventually get Omicron? Why is it important to reduce transmission? [More]
Government scientists Sir Chris Whitty and Sir Patrick Vallance have warned that the coronavirus pandemic is not over globally, and the need for surveillance remains. England’s Chief Scientific Officer Sir Patrick Vallance emphasised the danger [More]
Coronaviruses are not new but the new COVID-19 causes more severe symptoms and led to a global pandemic, in large part because it can be spread asymptomatically. In March 2020 the US became the epicenter [More]
New research could help explain why thousands of Covid-19 survivors are facing debilitating neurological symptoms months after initially getting sick. WSJ breaks down the science behind how the coronavirus affects the brain, and what this [More]