Pfizer’s promising press release about its vaccine’s efficacy wasn’t accompanied by data. Experts explain the implications.
The ballot measure makes personally possessing small amounts of drugs a civil violation, while also providing addiction services funding.
For people who are blind or vision-impaired, traditional pregnancy tests can be hard to read. But a new design may help.
There’s no way to have a completely safe in-person gathering this holiday season. But if you’re going to see friends and family, here’s how to do so with the least risk.
Why a new study is not necessarily bad news for your COVID-19 immune response. Plus the Moon’s moisture, and new successes for livestock ‘super daddies.’
STEM educators across the country share their strategies, challenges, and experiences teaching during the COVID crisis.