The reality of the coronavirus crisis may be grim, but there are plenty of stories that are inspiring and bring hope in these uncertain times. In Tennessee, for instance, a 6-year-old boy with a cystic fibrosis diagnosis is happily on the mend after contracting the novel coronavirus. According to the Mayo Clinic, a cystic fibrosis
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation recently announced that it would be donating $125 million in funding towards the race to find a cure to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). On Thursday, the 64-year-old Microsoft-founder spoke about the pandemic with host Trevor Noah in The Daily Show. During the interview, the billionaire mentioned that the Bill
Superstar singer Pink joined a growing group of celebrities, athletes, and world leaders who revealed that they contracted COVID-19. Two weeks ago, she and 3-year-old son Jameson showed symptoms of the disease. After consulting with healthcare professionals, the two were able to get a test. Pink tested positive for coronavirus. She posted their experience on
More and more people are going to hospitals because of the pandemic. A couple, Clara and Beau Green didn’t worry too much when their one-year-old daughter, Natalie Green, developed a low-grade fever. The baby tends to get sick more often than other kids and has needed medical care for the flu and the common cold.
While the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise globally, hospitals all over the world are scrambling to treat the influx of patients in their intensive care units. The current lack of resources and facilities is overwhelming the health care systems of many nations. In the US, the state of New York is experiencing a
As countries continue their respective battles against the coronavirus, it has become increasingly crucial to ensure protection for people on the front lines. The unprecedented scale of the coronavirus pandemic has threatened to overcome many health care systems, easily exhausting medical personnel, including personal protective gear necessary to safeguard doctors, nurses, and other workers attending