Children younger than five with mild-to-moderate coronavirus have might higher levels of genetic materials for the virus in their noses compared to older children and adults. The findings suggest young children as able to transmit COVID-19 to the same degree as those in other age groups.
Both human and mouse fetuses have their own microbiome, which is transmitted from the mother. Findings provide new avenues for interventions during pregnancy to stimulate the fetal microbiome when the mother shows risk of premature birth.
Stem cell study reveals a genetic defect associated with fragile X syndrome delays the production of neurons during a critical stage of embryonic development.
A new study reveals 10% of the adult population in the US suffers from a food allergy, yet 19% of people believe they are allergic to specific foods, despite their reported symptoms being inconsistent with true food allergies.