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Mouthwash, baby shampoo may deactivate coronaviruses, slow spread of COVID-19

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Oct 21, 2020 … HERSHEY, Pa. — As the world waits for a vaccine to COVID-19, a new study finds there may be a way to slow the spread sitting in your medicine cabinet. Researchers from Penn State College of Medicine say nasal and oral rinses like mouthwash can deactivate human coronaviruses. Their study concludes these common, over-the-counter products…

Coronavirus breakthrough: Researchers discover protein neuropilin-1 linked to COVID-19 spread

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Oct 20, 2020 … BRISTOL, United Kingdom — Despite millions of cases and months of research, scientists have had tremendous difficulty pinning down what makes COVID-19 so infectious. Now, a team in the United Kingdom says they’ve made a breakthrough in understanding the virus. Their study has uncovered the interaction between human cells and virus particles which makes the…

Coronavirus relief plans in most nations, including the U.S., fail to consider the environment

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Oct 14, 2020 … NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — For all of the negativity, tragedy, and awfulness COVID-19 has brought, the pandemic has also provided an opportunity for the global economy to “reset” and institute policies and practices that can potentially reverse decades of damage done to the environment and species losses. Unfortunately, a study from Rutgers University finds the vast…

Another coronavirus infecting pigs may be even more dangerous to humans

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Oct 14, 2020 … Researchers warn that swine acute diarrhea syndrome coronavirus (SADS-CoV) could cripple the pork industry and be just as problematic for people as COVID-19. CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — As scientists continue working on a vaccine for COVID-19, another coronavirus strain has some very worried. Researchers from the University of North Carolina say an illness currently infecting swine…

Scientists show more proof Far-UVC light will kill coronavirus without hurting humans

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Oct 12, 2020 … HIGASHIHIROSHIMA, Japan — Ultraviolet light continues to be an effective weapon against the coronavirus pandemic. The problem is standard UV light can damage human cells, making it hard to clean rooms with people in them. Luckily, a study from Japan is adding further evidence that less potent forms of UV rays can do the job. Researchers…

BCG vaccine prevents coronavirus? Study casts doubt on common tuberculosis shot

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Oct 08, 2020 … SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — From hydroxychloroquine to azithromycin, there is a growing list of medications that may or may not help patients with coronavirus. A new study is debating whether the Bacille Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccine is keeping severe symptoms of COVID-19 away or if it’s just a coincidence. Researchers say adults who received the common tuberculosis…

Coronavirus is filling patients’ lungs with liquid ‘jelly,’ autopsies reveal

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Oct 06, 2020 … UMEA, Sweden — For patients suffering from severe cases of COVID-19, lung damage and respiratory failure are common occurrences. In some cases, those who have died from the virus developed a strange side-effect from the illness — liquid gel filling their lungs. Researchers in Sweden have discovered what this substance is and say it may help…

Half of Americans say they’ve become expert coffee makers during coronavirus pandemic

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Oct 06, 2020 … NEW YORK — If there is one thing coronavirus lockdowns have made clear, it’s that Americans love their coffee. With coffee shops across the country closed during quarantine, a new poll finds many people have decided to become to their barista. Even more surprising, most of those learning to make their own brew don’t plan to…