Eyes could be contagious for weeks due to coronavirus, study finds
A new Centre for Strategic Philanthropy, established at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School, has launched a research project to examine responses to the Covid-19 pandemic by philanthropists and foundations in the UAE.
In a new study, the researchers have confirmed that Covid-19 virus cannot be transmitted to people by mosquitoes.
A new study examining air samples from hospital wards with COVID-19 patients has found the virus can travel up to 13 feet (four meters).
'More than 17 million people are dying annually worldwide due to bacterial infections. We have approached a pre-antibiotic era where bacteria are becoming resistant to commercially available drugs. There is an urgent need to find novel ways to prevent and/or treat bacterial infections...' said Dr Naveed Khan.
Al Jalila Foundation (AJF) chief executive officer Dr. Abdulkareem Sultan Al Olama is optimistic of the UAE’s capability to broaden more its contribution to improvements in global public health.
Canadian researchers said Monday they are investigating a popular superfood -- the acai berry -- as a treatment to prevent Covid-19's most severe symptoms.
Surgery should be delayed for seven weeks after a patient tests positive for COVID-19, as operations taking place up to six weeks after diagnosis are associated with increased risk of death, according to a new global study.
Dr Al-Hammadi said, “Clinical research has not indicated the ability of new mutations of the virus to thwart the effectiveness of the vaccination response, and researchers have confirmed before the emergence of the new mutation that human immunity is fighting the mutated versions of the original virus more effectively than before.