Explore our stories on COVID-19 and past pandemics.
The National Institutes of Health completed a phase one trial on a vaccine created by the company Moderna.
States are opening up. Should you expand your social life? How to assess and manage your risk during the pandemic summer.
Uncertainty is hard for everyone. Here’s how caretakers can support kids and teens during social distancing.
How scientists are using sewage to trace the pandemic. Plus, the toll fireworks can take on the lungs, and a birdsong gone viral.
‘America’s Doctor’ provides public health lessons from the AIDS epidemic, and strategies to make it out of the COVID-19 crisis.
COVID-19 has decreased trips to the pediatrician, leaving kids vulnerable to disease.
From second waves to vaccines, “America’s doctor” gives advice on how the country should reopen after COVID-19.
A Harvard research team finds that an increase of one part per billion of air pollution is linked with an 8% increase in COVID-19 mortality.
Plus, a breakdown of this week’s COVID-19 news, including what we do and don’t know about the virus in semen and coronavirus mutations.
COVID-19 is disproportionately impacting Black, Latino, and Native American communities. Why?
A handful of COVID-19 patients under the age of fifty have experienced strokes, raising questions about the virus.
Virologist Angela Rasmussen clears up details on reactivation of the coronavirus in recovered patients and a study looking at runners and bikers droplet clouds.
The COVID-19 crisis is restricting patients’ access to regular care.
Are you following stay-at-home orders? In some countries, the government will use cell phone data to make sure.
Due to shortages of crucial supplies, healthcare workers ask volunteers to make medical masks.
What you need to know about the CDC’s new face mask guidelines and an experimental COVID-19 treatment launching in New York.
How citizen scientists can help the CDC track the spread of coronavirus in the United States.
Virologist Angela Rasmussen returns to explain the studies behind the stories on your news feed.
If COVID-19 spreads in the U.S., hospitals have ways to prepare. Public health experts explain why more testing and protecting healthcare workers will be key.
Scientists have sequenced the genome of the new coronavirus from two patients in Washington state.
Nearly 10,000 cases have been confirmed worldwide, as of January 31. Experts consider measures that could be put in place to halt the spread of the pathogen.
Changes in how countries are diagnosing infection with the coronavirus can make shifting numbers difficult to interpret.