Image of human lungs with bacteria
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Research Feature
Today we know that we co-exist in a world teeming with trillions upon trillions of microbes. They survive on the frozen tundra of the Antarctic, endure the thermal vents in the bottom of the ocean, and thrive in our guts and on our skin. Yet for centuries scientists pushed a theory that at least one part of our body – the lungs – were sterile...

Asma y COVID-19

Si tiene asma, posiblemente corra un mayor riesgo de enfermarse por COVID-19 (en inglés). Tome medidas para protegerse y continúe usando sus medicamentos de la manera habitual. Consulte con su proveedor de atención médica si tiene alguna pregunta.