"More attention is needed to this vulnerable health population in order to ensure their safety and well-being during this pandemic," study author Scott Landes said.
The study involved hundreds of people in the Chinese capital of Beijing.
Its creators hope to recruit over 200 patients for the study.
Researchers at Emory University studied 15 seriously ill COVID-19 patients.
Oscar Parodi is taking part in a trial where babies are given a 30th of the usual dose of the drug.
Scientists studied the ratio of index to ring finger in tens of thousands of men and women across 41 countries.
Scientists explored the link between a version of what is known as the APOE gene and COVID-19.
More than 15 abortion-related laws were passed in Ohio between 2010 to 2018.
Shi Zhengli said scientists around the world must collaborate to defeat germs like the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
Scientists looked at 40 existing studies on the novel coronavirus and other members of its family.
It's unclear if mothers can pass the coronavirus on to babies.
Natural sunlight may be an effective of certain materials, said the authors of the study.
Scientists studied tree ring-like marks in teeth for the study.
Scientists studied human genes, mice and flies to arrive that their conclusion.
Scientists have looked at the genetic make-up of a coronavirus found in pangolins to see if the scaly animals were the intermediary host of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Scientists looked at tissue samples from over 300 people aged four to 60 years old.
It is hoped the technique could one day help people with problems like addiction.
A new study found the virus contaminated several key surfaces in a hotel room in less than 24 hours, despite the patients not yet showing any symptoms.
The president has threatened to pull the U.S. out of the World Health Organization unless it reforms.
The study involved 147 patients at a hospital in China.
Scientists looked at data on over 100,000 people for the study.
Scientists at Johns Hopkins University assessed the experiences of over 2,000 people who had taken the psychedelic drug.
Comparisons between coronavirus and seasonal influenza deaths "must be made using an apples-to-apples comparison, not an apples-to-oranges comparison," said Dr. Jeremy Samuel Faust and Dr. Carlos del Rio.
The woman started taking the medicine to treat convulsions in her right hand.
The facial hair may serve a similar function to a lion's mane, scientists believe.
"This represents a milestone in 'personalized medicine' for Parkinson's," said Kwang-Soo Kim, director of the Molecular Neurobiology Laboratory at McLean Hospital.
"COVID-19 is a very stressful experience for everyone, particularly those with complex mental health needs," said Ellie Brown of the University of Melbourne.
The team drew from the health records of millions of people in England.