Patients and doctors are rediscovering the unexpected virtues and hidden pitfalls of homebound care.
Is the pandemic changing science?
Which is too bad because we really need to understand how the immune system reacts to the coronavirus.
No matter what happens now, the virus will continue to circulate around the world.
A cheap, easy excuse to be in nature
A virus has brought the world’s most powerful country to its knees.
The Indian state of Tamil Nadu is relocating whole slums to help restore polluted rivers. Is it doing more harm than good?
Senator Chris Coons discusses a Civilian Conservation Corps for the pandemic era.
How is it that six months into a respiratory pandemic, we are still doing so little to mitigate airborne transmission?
Caregivers can’t deny seniors their agency, even during this pandemic.
It might be the answer to America’s school-reopening problem.
Inside the quasi-authoritarian city-state in Florida where people are happily complying with the rules
Zombies, villagers, and Navy SEALs. An immunologist explains the immune system.
The evidence that braces make you healthier is shaky at best.
So much hope is riding on a breakthrough, but a vaccine is only the beginning of the end.
A fiscal cliff is coming.
The value of face coverings varies wildly. Much of it comes down to how we use and maintain them.
Workers who have already returned to their cubicle report days full of anxiety, masks, and sanitation shaming.
The upsides and downsides of sterilizing ourselves
Each fire season can compound the trauma of the one before it.
The White House mandated that hospitals stop sending data to the CDC. Why?