What Autopsies Are Telling Us About COVID-19 Coronavirus

Most research into COVID-19 coronavirus is focused on what it is and how to stop it. Virtually all of that research was on live subjects. Now, a team at The Mount Sinai Hospital is looking at the dead to help them better understand COVID-19’s broad impact on the human body.

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Stanford Study Says Travel Bans Have Contained The Spread Of COVID-19 Coronavirus

Worldwide, travel bans have been implemented to try and stem the tide of COVID-19 coronavirus. Here in the US, Democrat lawmakers heaped scorn on President Trump for his travel bans, calling them racist and xenophobic. Now, a Stanford University study says they have saved millions from infection and death.

Newly Identified Antibody May Be Powerful Weapon Against COVID-19 Coronavirus

A newly identified monoclonal antibody may be the key to developing a safe and highly effective treatment for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Monoclonal antibodies were once thought to be the “magic bullet” in treating disease. Now, they might be a powerful weapon against a dangerous pathogen.

Hospitals Get Paid More For COVID-19 Coronavirus Patients: Fact Check

Fox News and some other news outlets have been criticized and accused of misleading the public recently. They reported that US hospitals get paid more for Medicare patients listed as COVID-19 patients and three times as much for virus patients on a ventilator. Is it true?

How COVID-19 Coronavirus Beats The Immune System And Gets Into Lung Tissue

We’ve heard a lot about how COVID-19 coronavirus is transmitted and how it effects the body. We were introduced to medical terms like cytokine storm, hydroxychloroquine and viral shedding. But how does the virus do its work? How does it beat our defenses and attack respiratory tissue

Drug Shows Promise As Treatment For COVID-19 Coronavirus

A number of drugs have been held up as promising treatments for COVID-19 coronavirus. A few have already been put into use. The most well-known of these is Hydroxychloroquine. However, another drug, Remdesivir, is also showing strong results in clinical trials. Could this be the answer for treating COVID-19?