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"Physicians need to think of COVID-19 as a multisystem disease." Coronavirus damages not only the lungs, but the kidneys, liver, heart, brain and nervous system, skin and gastrointestinal tract, doctors say in a review of reports about Covid-19 patients.

The rising population has become a challenge for us. If we want to stand with developed nations then we'll have to bring Population Control Act - a strict Act which will be applicable to everyone in this country regardless of any religion they follow: Union Minister Giriraj Singh

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READ: Communication and journalism educators from UST express outrage over a House committee’s decision to kill ABS-CBN’s application for a legislative franchise. | via @jaehwabernardo 

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Experts at the University College London are the latest to describe that Covid-19 could cause neurological complications including stroke, nerve damage and potentially fatal brain inflammation — even if the patients didn't show severe respiratory symptoms.

President Trump says he “aced” a cognitive test he took recently, leaving doctors “very surprised” by his results.

Two-thirds of Americans disapprove of Trump's handling of coronavirus: poll

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Pathologists in New York City, where at least 22,000 people have died from COVID-19, found some “dramatic” results in patient autopsies.

A security guard at a Southern California market fatally shot a man who refused to wear a mask, prosecutors say.

Thirteen-year-old Tiger the cat joins the livestream of Canterbury Cathedral's morning prayers and drinks milk that was meant for the Dean

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