Recovered patients may need ongoing care for organ damage.
New US study finds that fifth-generation wireless technology, more commonly known as 5G, appears to pose few health risks.
Optimistic participants in a new study were 70% less likely to suffer from sleep disorders and/or insomnia than pessimistic ones.
This should be good news to the health ministry, which has long tried to encourage the option.
The best tips are to never let your work-life deteriorate, and to try your best not to feel overwhelmed by all the responsibilities.
Researchers studied 31 pregnant women, and found the virus in placenta and in breast milk.
New study finds that eating plenty of fruit and vegetables appears to lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
New US research findings show how getting a bad night's sleep could negatively affect children's everyday social and emotional lives.
Research finds women with lower levels of essential mineral manganese during early pregnancy may have higher risk of developing preeclampsia.
Study conducted with 58,346 children and teenagers shows that 52.9% said listening to audiobooks has increased their interest in reading.
Studies have shown that just as poor air quality can be linked to poor physical health, it can also affect mental health.
The amount is higher than the US$1.2 bil given to the vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca.
The treatment is seen as a better option for gravely ill HIV sufferers than the high-risk transplant.
New research finds that being near areas of water could help boost your mood and well-being.
In late April – as Covid-19 raged throughout Europe – mask-wearing uptake in Britain was only around 25%.
Sinovac will start trials in Brazil, partnering up with a local vaccine producer.
New research finds eating a diet with probiotic foods, or a combination of probiotic and prebiotic foods, may help ease depression and anxiety.
New study looks at 1,684 teenagers aged 13 and 14.
The scientists from 32 countries are calling for the WHO to revise its recommendations.
Anosmia — the loss of one's sense of smell — may be an invisible handicap, but is psychologically difficult to live with and has no real treatment.
Study finds that while many think they like a singer's music, it could also be because they're attracted to their personality.
Study shows women who experience postmenopausal symptoms are 70% more likely to have a heart attack, angina and stroke.
Tests were designed to measure implicit stereotypes between certain traits like brilliance, and certain groups like men.
With restrictions on movement greatly relaxed, the Rotary Club has produced a video reminding everyone to continue guarding against Covid-19.