Recent entries tagged "covid-19"

Cats can get, and transmit, Covid-19

Published May 5, 2020
They don't show symptoms, but they can carry it for a while — and give it to humans.

The bad news: psychology and Covid

Published May 5, 2020
As the pandemic continues, psychosis may become more of an issue.

How come they don’t get sick?

Published May 5, 2020
Pangolins might carry a virus, but they aren't susceptible to them. What's up with that?

Covid testing, sci-fi style

Published May 5, 2020
A new technique for Covid-19 testing would use lasers, AI, and look for atomic-level changes. Whoa.

Disinfecting masks

Published May 5, 2020
185 degrees, 20 minutes. That simple.

The next drugs to hoard

Published May 5, 2020
Two new drugs seem to help patients with Covid-19. Quick! To the pharmacy!

Covid toes and rashes

Published May 5, 2020
Swollen toes and strange rashes are the latest symptoms of Covid-19.

Smells like pandemic to me

Published May 5, 2020
University of Pennsylvania researchers are teaching dogs to sniff out people with CoviD-19.

CoviD treatment in spitting distance?

Published April 4, 2020
Llama antibodies could be used as an alternative to a CoviD-19 vaccines, providing protection and treatment.

We’ll make a woman out of you

Published April 4, 2020
Female hormones might help more men survive CoviD-19.

Today’s number two story

Published April 4, 2020
Testing municipal sewage might be a good way to track the spread of SARS-CoV-2.

The danger of “Covid pneumonia”

Published April 4, 2020
Oddly, people with CoviD-19 may not even realize how reduce their lung function is.

Could a cotton-silk combo filter SARS-CoV-2?

Published April 4, 2020
A combination of two fabrics might work against the virus.

Cloth masks: “Better than nothing” … kinda

Published April 4, 2020
Wearing a cloth mask to prevent the spread of viruses may not do as much as you think, and can even be worse than not wearing one.

Humans as batteries, awesome moon map, dugongs spotted, and more

Published April 4, 2020
NY cats get CoviD, Florida researchers state the obvious, and your diet can lead to dementia — plus a tech that uses humans as batteries, why your teen is annoying, and more

Your complicated tongue, when water makes fire, metal-eating robots, and more

Published April 4, 2020
Today we cover how cuisine is pretty old, whether rain causes eruptions, how your tongue is pretty complicated, robots that eat metal for power, and more.

ID’ing ancient poop, smelling yourself thin, storms a-comin’, and more

Published April 4, 2020
From string-making Neanderthals to poop identification, plus hurricane predictions and more....