I’m young and healthy, so what’s the point?
Soon COVID-19 vaccine makers will release early data from large clinical trials, and the results could be ambiguous.
What could happen if we lose the Affordable Care Act during the pandemic
This week’s COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations make clear that the U.S. is once again sinking deeper into the pandemic.
Throughout the pandemic, Americans have been tempted to violate public-health experts’ recommendations. The winter holidays might be the strongest temptation yet.
The metaphors that Trump and others use when talking about COVID-19 are making the pandemic worse.
Experts were already divided on the right way to deploy new coronavirus tests. Then the White House barged ahead.
What did the president know and when did he know it?
Donald Trump’s political cousin in Brazil has followed the populist playbook to a T. It’s worked wonders for him.
On the impulse to tell the person next to you when a big story breaks
Experts say the president’s illness is unlikely to sway those who think COVID-19 is no big deal.
Trump could have infected him. We won’t know with certainty for another week.
Here’s what is currently known about Trump’s health, and what it means for everyone else.
The president’s COVID-19 diagnosis raises a number of questions about when the president was infected and how many other people in the White House might be sick.
The conditions of teleworking combined with increased child-care demands are a perfect storm for bias against working mothers.
As colleges send athletes back on the field, we’re learning more about how COVID-19 could have serious and long-lasting impacts on hearts in even the healthiest among us.
It’s not R.
If I were a perfect social-distancer, I would have stayed home. But I wouldn’t have Sam.
Tandem cycling is one of the few ways I can get outside, but I’m worried about doing it in a pandemic.
The COVID-19 vaccines furthest along in clinical trials are the fastest to make, but they are also the hardest to deploy.