U.S. coronavirus testing could fail again, as surging demand creates new backlogs and delays.
James Hamblin and Kaitlyn Tiffany talk with Paul Bisceglio about navigating social distancing as states begin to reopen, live at 2 p.m. ET today.
Some children are having a delayed immune reaction after getting infected. The extent of the condition is just coming into view.
A medical ethicist weighs the options.
Doctors in Afghanistan are scrambling to address the country’s wave of infant war injuries.
Will the pandemic remake big cities?
The latest number of confirmed cases everywhere in the U.S.
The U.S. has seen more cases in the past week than in any week since the pandemic began.
American workplaces are facing a reckoning. So what comes next?
Is indoor air safe? And do I even want to know what a toilet plume is?
Some public-health experts say the costs of keeping schools closed outweigh the hazards of reopening them.
The exact risk is unknown, but it’s a good moment to make sure ventilation systems are working well.
One of the world’s best players taught me his unique psychological style of play—and it worked.
The pandemic has sparked an interest in dubious cures such as colloidal silver—and some are trying to capitalize on it.
Wash your hands, but lay off the other parts.
We know very little about how reliable tests are for people who don’t feel sick.
Livestock has long been a way of life for Navajo families. Now it’s also a way for them to make money.
As the virus continues to spread, how do we reckon with the reality of ongoing death and disruption?
Should we all be taking something during the pandemic? Supplements and vitamins make big claims, but their benefits are doubtful.
No one should be expected to attend an in-person gathering right now.
Rising case numbers, an empty theme park, and 22 teams in quarantine. What could go wrong?