Paxlovid can be a lifesaving treatment for COVID. Why do so many patients turn it down?
Everyone will probably gain something from the updated vaccines. Here’s how to make the most of it.
What is even going on with Paxlovid?
Three possible paths the virus could take in the United States
There’s plenty more to learn about the lifesaving antiviral COVID treatment.
Bill Gates has a strategy to save the world from the next infectious threat. He’s not the first.
“I imagine this is what grapefruit juice mixed with soap would taste like.”
What if the GOP stopped capitulating to Trump? Plus: There’s a reason kids make better philosophers than grown-ups do.
Elon Musk has bought Twitter. It may not make him—or the platform’s users—happy.
Ukraine will need more than aid to be free and independent, one writer argues. Plus: When was the last time you thought about Uranus?
Why is this mandate different from all other mandates?
Pro-Trump Republicans don’t just believe in the Big Lie, our writers argue. They also believe in a million little ones.
The risks from over-boosting are very small.
How bad will it be?
The effects of the first one may be fading. When will it be time for seniors to re-up?
Did they keep dining rooms safer? Probably a little. Did they persuade many people to get a shot? Maybe not.
Russians have elevated patriotic hacking to an “art form.” Americans may feel the effects.
They only need to align with communities’ goals.
Scientifically speaking, it’s gross.
Third shots for adolescent boys and young men were already a hard sell. Then came Omicron.