A lifelong promoter of vaccines suspects he might be the rare, unfortunate exception.
Testing for immune-system changes, rather than for the presence of a virus, could give an earlier indication of whether people are ill.
It’s becoming clear that “coinfections” happen all the time. Just how bad are they?
For months we’ve been fixated on the idea that some people are at “high risk” and others aren’t. Now scientists have a better understanding of the continuum.
Doctors have found a concerning link between the rare pediatric complication known as MIS-C and a syndrome related to tampon use.
So are theories to explain it.