Globally, 49 percent have experienced food insecurity during their lives. 61 percent experienced it for the first time during the pandemic.
People who have blood type A are at an increased risk of contracting COVID-19, according to new research.
The reason coronaviruses don't usually spread rapidly is because their protein switches can't stay on long enough to attack large populations.
Researchers confirm that the virus is causing the body's own immune system to attack itself, causing problems like arthritis to flare up.
Right now, false positives on COVID-19 tests are a real problem due to all the genetic overlap among different coronaviruses.
While some antibodies can target multiple strains of coronavirus, including SARS-CoV-2, they can't stop the virus entirely.