The scent of sickness: 5 questions answered about using dogs – and mice and ferrets – to detect disease
Could medical detection animals smell coronavirus?
Northwell Health is using insights from website traffic to forecast COVID-19 hospitalizations two weeks in the future.
Has lockdown made your pet extra clingy?
Scientists find that an RNA-DNA mix may have created the first life on our planet.
At the height of the first wave, many people took heart from the drop in air pollution resulting from global lockdowns.
The federal government and private insurers greatly increased Americans' telehealth access during the pandemic. Will these changes be permanent?
Spoiler: Most people actually approved of their government's approach.
Ultraviolet LED lights could soon be used to help disinfect air and surfaces in buildings, planes, subways and other spaces.
Google's "Year in Search 2020" results reveal a year when "why" was searched more than ever.
New research spotlights how low-income Black households face greater financial distress and vulnerability as a result of the pandemic economic crisis.
Pfizer's vaccine needs to be kept at -100°F until it's administered. Can caregivers deliver?
Britons could start receiving the vaccine within days.
The COVID-19 pandemic is making health disparities in the United States crystal clear. It is a clarion call for health care systems to double their efforts in vulnerable communities.
Experts plead with Americans to keep gatherings limited this Thanksgiving, while families devise new ways to celebrate the holidays.
Textual analysis of social media posts finds users' anxiety and suicide-risk levels are rising, among other negative trends.
The bubonic plague ravaged the world for centuries, killing up to 200 million people.
The positive steps we are taking to prevent disease might have a negative side effect.
A recent NIHR report found that students with previously low connectedness scores saw improvement in well-being and eased anxiety.
A new study shows you should put down the toilet lid when flushing to avoid coronavirus and other illnesses.
Distancing doesn't have to mean distant.
It's a precautionary measure stemming from fears that mutated coronavirus strains may reduce the efficacy of future vaccines.
Lack of communication and collaboration are the biggest struggles facing remote workers.
Artificial intelligence model detects asymptomatic Covid-19 infections through cellphone-recorded coughs
The researchers trained the model on tens of thousands of samples of coughs, as well as spoken words.
A growing body of research suggests COVID-19 can cause neurological damage in some patients.
Most people believe themselves to be less at risk from COVID-19 than others similar to them, according to a recent UCL survey conducted in the U.S.
Instead of looking forward, we should be consulting the past.
A series of recent studies found that people with healthy levels of vitamin D were less likely to contract COVID-19 and suffer severe complications from it.