Living with the Coronavirus – Part II

What will the scenario be like in 2022? Will we return to our normal lives or will we still be trapped in continued restrictions,...

Living with the Coronavirus – Part I

Almost all experts agree that SARS-CoV-2 will eventually become a seasonal flu. But what will the road to this perennial "coexistence" be like? One thing...

COVID-19: Israel’s example and the UK’s strategy

Mass vaccination against SARS-Cov-2 in Israel demonstrates a 94% decrease in symptomatic cases. Israel began its mass vaccination against SARS-Cov-2 on December 19, 2020, and...

The new Coronavirus variants

The UK, South African and Brazilian variants float like specters over our (precious few) certainties. Could these variants reduce the reliability of molecular testing...

Stem Cells against Coronavirus: the RESCAT study and the experiences of the Tettamanti Research...

In our body, we have natural allies against inflammation caused by SARS-CoV-2: we're talking about stem cells. However, how can they be used to...

New mRNA Vaccines and other Diseases

How can a new technology succeed where others have failed? COVID-19 mRNA vaccines are very effective against SARS-CoV-2, and the scientific community intends to...

New Research into the role of Vitamin D against COVID-19 Infections

Research goes on about the effectiveness of vitamin D in preventing pathogen infections. What's the new evidence and what are the associated recommendations? In the...

7 Questions and Answers about COVID-19 Vaccines: doses, duration, immunity and other issues

In an ever-changing situation, we’ll try to keep you updated on COVID-19 vaccines and attempt to answer the main questions about dose administration, the...

Artificial Intelligence and COVID-19: the “AIforCOVID” Imaging Archive project

Exploiting Artificial Intelligence to study radiographic images of patients with COVID-19 (collected and made available between hospitals and public and private research institutes), can...

How dangerous are Coronavirus vaccines? What the AIFA says

On December 27th 2020, the administration of the COVID-19 vaccine began in Italy. What are the risks? Are mRNA vaccines really dangerous, or should...

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