As Moderna receives a nod to begin Phase-II trials for their mRNA-based vaccine for the coronavirus, the world is moving closer to finding a possible cure for this dreaded and highly infectious disease.
Artificial intelligence has shown promise as a new diagnostic tool to help healthcare workers find newer and more powerful ways to automatically diagnose COVID-19. As AI diagnostics get more and more powerful by the day, so are our hopes of defeating this dreaded disease.
A solution can often become a problem, just like the side-effects of a medicine. Social isolation is the best way to ward off the coronavirus crisis, but at the same time it can cause loneliness, isolation and depression.
Mental health issues are considered to be the second “big” wave that will hit the world after the coronavirus pandemic ends. Steps must be taken now to ensure that people are able to cope with mental disorders before they go out of hand.