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Scientists in China took over 100 samples from the hospital rooms of coronavirus patients for their study.
Scientists replicated coughs and sneezes in a lab to see if UV light would kill coronaviruses which cause common colds.
The research involved 12 couples who slept in a lab for four nights.
Scientists believe the association may be explained by changes in estrogen levels.
Scientists looked at common introductory college biology textbooks for their study.
But the mathematicians said their estimate should be viewed as an "illustration" of how differences in a population affect herd immunity, "rather than an exact value or even a best estimate."
The link may be down to the relationship between the digestive and nervous systems, known as the gut-brain axis.
Scientists focused on the Indian city of Delhi, which is notorious for its poor air quality, for their study.
Conspiracy theorists have claimed without evidence that electromagnetic waves transmitted by 5G technology are responsible for the novel coronavirus, which causes the disease COVID-19.
Most of the 183,020 new cases reported on June 21 were in the Americas.
Co-author Lynn B. Jorde of the University of Utah Health, said if the results from the small study are validated "it would mean that we could possibly find ways to fix ourselves and live longer and better lives."
Researchers collected blood samples from over 15,000 people for their study.
A separate poll showed most Republicans say the country is heading in the wrong direction.
In the past week, the Chinese capital has reported its first new domestic COVID-19 cases in almost two months.
Scientists have questioned the use of immunity passports if protection from re-infection after catching the coronavirus isn't guaranteed.
Participants in the study answered questions about factors including their experiences of pain, anxiety or depression, how they slept, and their quality of life.
Trump made the comments while speaking about a potential vaccine against the coronavirus.
The drug has been found to reduce deaths by up to one-third in hospitalized COVID-19 patients with severe respiratory complications.
Cases appear to be spreading from the south to the north along major roads.
The virus may travel as aerosolized particles which risk landing on surfaces or being breathed in.
Scientists looked at the blood samples of 177 people who had caught the coronavirus which causes COVID-19.
The study involved over 2,000 parents in the U.S..
Healthcare workers and those vulnerable to severe COVID-19 should be prioritized, experts say.
"We need to act now—rather than wait for the deaths to start to rise," Helen Jenkins, an epidemiologist at Boston University School of Public Health, told Newsweek.
The receptor that the coronavirus uses to enter our bodies is found in organs that play a key role in the metabolism.
The study involved over 9,000 people aged between 18 and 44.
"While crowd-control weapons are often referred to as 'non-lethal' or 'less-than-lethal,' extensive research has shown that they often cause severe injury and even death," emergency physician Dr. Rohini Haar told Newsweek.