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Recent scientific evidence suggests that adequate vitamin D levels can help reduce the risk of having more severe symptoms of the novel coronavirus infection.

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The lungs of people with milder symptoms (who were not put on ventilators) start recovering after two weeks according to a Chinese study of 21 patients.

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Evidence suggests recovered patients are becoming immune to COVID-19 and showed that recovered patients developed high levels of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies.

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Recent research shows that the novel coronavirus can stay in the air for some time, but whether it is likely to cause infection is very conditional.

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Depending on the material, the virus causing COVID-19 can stay on surfaces for days. Touching infected surfaces and then our face is one way to get infected.

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Scientific papers mention between 8 and 33 strains of Sars-CoV-2 and recent research suggests that the virus' ability to mutate has been underestimated.

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The novel coronavirus causing COVID-19 is unlikely to disappear with warm weather, only temperatures higher than on extremely hot summer days could kill it

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There is evidence that breastfeeding can cut chances of type 2 diabetes for mothers who went through a temporary type of diabetes during pregnancy.

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Since the birth of the first “test-tube baby” in 1978, fertility techniques, known as IVF (in vitro fertilisation) have gone through major leaps, opening the possibility of becoming parents to millions.

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In the era of clickbait and pseudoscience, content based on verified scientific research has become a vitally important tool for building trust in brands. Sparrho’s science-based summarised content aids businesses in separating facts from fiction and energise their marketing.

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