Reports of skin rashes in patients with COVID-19 are cropping up around the world.
Can dogs be trained to detect COVID-19 by smell? Researchers in Pennsylvania are putting canine scent receptors to the test.
In this special episode of Life's Little Mysteries, we'll give you the latest news and answer frequently asked questions about the new coronavirus and COVID-19.
The least-populated country of the United Kingdom currently stands at a total of 3,463 cases and 338 deaths.
Of the 53,082 Scottish citizens tested for the virus, 11,034 came back positive and 1,415 have died.
Doctors in the U.K. are now warning of a possible connection between COVID-19 and an unusual inflammatory syndrome in children.
The United States has reported 1 million cases of COVID-19 nationwide, as of today (April 28). That's about one third of all reported cases of the disease in the world.
The coronavirus started spreading within the United States in January, but chances that you have had it are probably low.
The novel coronavirus tends to affect men more severely than it does women. Though nobody can yet explain the oddity, researchers are hot on the case.
Here's an update on the coronavirus case counts in South Dakota and the latest news on the COVID-19 outbreak.
Women infected with COVID-19 fare better, on average, than men. Do hormones have something to do with it?
An autopsy of the first known COVID-19 death in the U.S. has revealed that the person died from a ruptured heart triggered by the virus's attack.
For anyone wondering whether "disinfectant injections" to treat coronavirus are around the corner, the answer is absolutely not.
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