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The COVID-19 pandemic has made people hyperaware of germs — at its peak, sneezing on the train would get you the side-eye. If you had alle
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National Public Radio (NPR) looked into the "hack" and found a pre-print study from researchers at the University of Cape Town in South Africa. Researchers looked into whether or not PCR tests c
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A study published today in Eurosurveillance used 140 samples taken from 12 infected monkeypox patients in Barcelona, Spain, and found DNA of th
Up to 80% of sore throat cases happen due to viral infections, such as influenza, rhinovirus, and coronavirus.
COVID-19, another viral infection, can also cause a sore throat — but
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Research at laboratories in Auckland, Wellington and Dunedin suggests saliva tests a