Coronoavirus Update – Better Testing Treatments and Vaccines Near

Protect Yourself from Coronavirus – Boost Your Immune System With Olive Leaf Extract

The top 2 anti-viral supplements to consider: vitamin D and vitamin C (with flavonoids). Quercetin also has strong anti-viral qualities. Among probiotics, I prefer L salivarius K12 ( L salivarius has strong antimicrobial effects and provides the first-line defense against microbes from the environment as populates the key entry points- mouth, and nose). Among herbs echinacea, elderberry, licorice, and olive leaf extract have well documented anti-viral effects and licorice shows special benefits against coronaviruses (including SARS) in research studies…



What to Know About Coronaviruses

Coronaviruses are types of viruses that typically affect the respiratory tracts of birds and mammals, including humans. Doctors associate them with the common cold, bronchitis, pneumonia, and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), and they can also affect the gut.

These viruses are typically responsible for common colds more than serious diseases. However, coronaviruses are also behind some more severe outbreaks.

Over the last 70 years, scientists have found that coronaviruses can infect mice, rats, dogs, cats, turkeys, horses, pigs, and cattle. Sometimes, these animals can transmit coronaviruses to humans…



Reduce Your Vulnerability to Coronavirus – What To Do If You Think You Have Coronavirus

What you may not know about coronavirus — the disease that has reached pandemic proportions — is that one of the times you are most vulnerable to contracting it is while you’re sleeping. Here is how this can happen, and what you can do about it.

The key is to minimize the virus burden around and inside your face before you go to sleep.

Coronavirus infects cells below the voice box, in the airways and deep in the lungs, unlike flu viruses which start with your nose and throat. Other than via tiny particles inhaled in air, coronavirus reaches those cells via fluid in the nose or throat that sneaks past your voice box (this is called aspiration) and slides down your windpipe, or trachea.

“Most cases of COVID-19 will be mild and resolve on their own similar to the flu,” Anegawa said. “It’s best to stay home and out of public. However, if you have any severe symptoms such as a very high fever, severe cough or shortness of breath, it would be wise to seek in-person care.”



Coronoavirus Update – Better Testing Treatments and Vaccines Near

A team of researchers from Sunnybrook Health Science Center in Toronto, McMaster University, and the University of Toronto(opens in a new window) has isolated severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the agent responsible for the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19.

Sunnybrook says that the team was able to culture the virus from two clinical specimens in a Level 3 containment facility.

“We need key tools to develop solutions to this pandemic. While the immediate response is crucial, longer-term solutions come from essential research into this novel virus,” said Dr. Samira Mubareka, microbiologist and infectious diseases physician at Sunnybrook.



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Nausea and Diarrhea… Symptoms of Coronavirus?

The coronavirus is part of a family of respiratory illnesses that includes the common cold, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS). Patients often show pneumonia-like symptoms, especially fever, cough, and difficulty breathing…



Coronavirus May be Most Infectious When Symptoms are mildest, Small Study Finds

Those with mild COVID-19 infections may not be infectious after about 10 days of symptoms.

People infected with the novel coronavirus shed large quantities of the virus early in their illness and likely become less infectious as the disease wears on, according to a small study.

The research, posted Sunday (March 8) to the preprint database medRxiv, is still preliminary, because it has not yet been peer-reviewed and because it included only nine participants. Still, it may hint at why the new virus spreads so easily: Many people may be at their most infectious when exhibiting only mild, cold-like symptoms…



Social Distancing – Improving Your Immunity – Coronavirus Disease in the U.S.

Experts weigh in on whether you should cancel your dates, dinner parties, and gym sessions…



Coronavirus Treatment: Vaccines/Drugs in the Pipeline for Covid-19

The first Covid-19 vaccine in China is expected to be ready for clinical trials by the end of April, according to Xu Nanping, China’s vice-minister of science and technology. Inovio Pharmaceuticals plans to begin clinical trials on a coronavirus vaccine in April this year.

Health officials from WHO have noted that Gilead’s remdesivir has demonstrated efficacy in treating the coronavirus infection.



The Best Hope for Coronavirus Treatment is an Experimental Drug that Fizzled Against Ebola

Medical researchers spent much of the past year trying to save Ebola victims in Congo using a clutch of experimental drugs. Of the four medications being tested, researchers said, one demonstrated especially poor ability to save patients from the deadly virus.

The drug, called remdesivir, had blocked the Ebola virus in laboratories and in animal experiments. But it did such a bad job extending survival in humans compared to two of the other treatments that researchers decided in August not to try it on any more patients.

Now the drug, created by pharmaceutical giant Gilead Sciences, is being tested in new clinical trials, and global health authorities deem it the most promising of possible treatments for people who are severely ill with the novel coronavirus, which causes the covid-19 disease. Because it is a “broad spectrum’’ drug that has been effective against multiple viral targets in the lab and in animals, the strategy could work, experts said…



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