Beyond making up 70% of the world's health workers, women researchers have been at the cutting edge of coronavirus research.
From making their own swabs to staying in constant communication across the board, Northwell Health dove headfirst into uncharted waters to take on the virus and save lives.
Lovers are parted from lovers, (grand)parents from children, families from their dead.
I spoke to 99 big thinkers about what our ‘world after coronavirus’ might look like – this is what I learned
There is no going "back to normal."
The long-term lessons America learns from the coronavirus pandemic will spell life or death.
The scent of sickness: 5 questions answered about using dogs – and mice and ferrets – to detect disease
Could medical detection animals smell coronavirus?
At the height of the first wave, many people took heart from the drop in air pollution resulting from global lockdowns.
Spoiler: Most people actually approved of their government's approach.
The positive steps we are taking to prevent disease might have a negative side effect.
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.
Instead of looking forward, we should be consulting the past.
Quarantine rule breakers in 17th-century Italy partied all night – and some clergy condemned the feasting
17th-century outbreaks of plague in Italy reveal both tensions between religious and public health authorities.
The images were published in the New England Journal of Medicine and show how prolific coronavirus can become in a mere four days.
‘Morality pills’ may be the US’s best shot at ending the coronavirus pandemic, according to one ethicist
COVID-19 is a tragedy of the commons.
Not long after the COVID-19 pandemic caused colleges to start teaching remotely, students balked at the idea of paying full tuition for online learning. It’s not hard to understand why. […]
One reason to suspect you have COVID-19 may be the order in which the symptoms appear.
Pandemic rumors and information overload make separating fact from fancy difficult, putting people's health and lives at risk.
The planet is making a lot less noise during lockdown.
Start by reading the title, looking at the labels and checking the caption. If these are not available – be very wary.
The sun is setting on unsustainable long-haul, short-stay tourism — regional travel bubbles are the future
The trans-Tasman and Pacific bubbles will likely be among the first safe international travel zones in the world.
In his book with Richard Clarke, "Warnings," Eddy made clear this was inevitable.
The politicalization of mask-wearing doesn't help stop the spread of infections.
Reveri Health has launched a new stress-relief self-hypnosis program through Amazon Alexa to help combat the anxiety of COVID-19.