Iran reported on Monday more than 200 new coronavirus fatalities that took the overall toll in the West Asia’s deadliest outbreak beyond 13,000.
Ministry: Iran’s coronavirus death toll tops 13,000
A new review of the current research on the effects of prebiotics and probiotics on depression and anxiety symptoms has found that probiotics — either alone or in combination with prebiotics — may help reduce a person’s depression symptoms.
Probiotics may reduce symptoms of depression
There is little chance of a 100-percent effective coronavirus vaccine by 2021, a French expert warned, urging people to take social distancing measures more seriously.
Full coronavirus vaccine unlikely by next year: Expert
As the number of young adults infected with the coronavirus surges throughout the US, a new study by researchers at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals indicates that youth may not shield people from serious disease.
One in three young adults may face severe COVID-19 in US, UCSF study shows
The World Health Organization reported a record increase in global coronavirus cases on Sunday, with the total rising by 230,370 in 24 hours.
WHO reports record daily increase in global coronavirus cases, up over 230,000
Iran’s Health Ministry referred to the high number of the new infections and fatalities from the coronavirus over the past week, saying that the peak of the coronavirus outbreak has begun in nine provinces.
Ministry: Peak of coronavirus outbreak begins in nine provinces
Analysis of raw milk samples bought in the United States found small numbers of beneficial bacteria alongside potentially dangerous antibiotic-resistant bacteria, which increased in number when left at room temperature.
Raw milk may harbor antibiotic-resistant germs
Researchers have demonstrated that a fatty acid called dihomogamma-linolenic acid, or DGLA, can kill human cancer cells.
Fatty acid can kill human cancer cells, study shows
Not only does COVID-19 damage the lungs, heart and kidneys, it can also cause severe brain damage — with patients suffering neurological conditions including paranoia and hallucinations, a British scientific study has revealed.
How COVID-19 can damage brain
Even a month after hospital discharge and "recovery," a majority of patients who had survived severe COVID-19 were still dealing with fatigue, shortness of breath and other symptoms, Italian research shows.
COVID-19 symptoms persist for weeks after hospital discharge for most survivors

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