What Causes Your Throat to Dry Out At Night And How You Can Fix It

While dry throat can be common during the cold winter months when the air is drier and upper respiratory infections are more rampant, it is important to identify when is the time to be concerned about a dry throat. Dry throat can be due to many causes: dehydration, allergies, sleeping with your mouth open, cold, … Continue reading What Causes Your Throat to Dry Out At Night And How You Can Fix It

Virgin Coconut Oil Can Cure Mild to Moderate Cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection, Study Says

A group of scientists from the Philippines came to a conclusion based on their study that virgin coconut oil has the potential to cure mild to moderate cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) infection. It was discovered, after six months of study and experimentation, that compounds that come from coconut oil and virgin coconut oil, which … Continue reading Virgin Coconut Oil Can Cure Mild to Moderate Cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection, Study Says

Study Finds That COVID-19 Reinfection May Not Guarantee Future Immunity

Exposure to the coronavirus may not guarantee future immunity, according to a study published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases journal. Patients who have contracted coronavirus again are more likely to experience more severe symptoms than when they first have it, according to research published Tuesday that only confirms the fact that it is possible to … Continue reading Study Finds That COVID-19 Reinfection May Not Guarantee Future Immunity

Coronavirus Can Live Up to 9 Hours On Human Skin, According to New Study

A group of scientists in Japan have discovered something new about the coronavirus. These scientists have spent a lot of time investigating how long coronavirus (COVID-19) can survive on different types of surfaces, and the result of this study was published in the journal Clinical Infectious Disease on October 3, 2020. In that study it … Continue reading Coronavirus Can Live Up to 9 Hours On Human Skin, According to New Study