How is it spread? Why’s it called “coronavirus”? Dr. Seema Yasmin answers your burning questions about the pandemic.
Epidemiologist Larry Brilliant, who warned of pandemic in 2006, says we can beat the novel coronavirus—but first, we need lots more testing.
The old malaria drug is getting used against the coronavirus. Tech enthusiasts are abuzz. One missing step: clinical trials.
Manufacturers are producing as many as they can to care for Covid-19 patients with breathing problems. Now the federal government is asking for even more.
Hollywood tells us humans are prone to lose all rationality in a disaster, looting and trampling one another. But that’s not giving our brains any credit.
Stanford scientists are exploring whether gene-editing technology can be used to fight pandemics. But so far, they have just one piece of a larger puzzle.
The country has the second-oldest population on earth, and its young mingle more often with elderly loved ones.
Swiss pharmaceutical giant Roche and medical-device maker Thermo Fisher collectively have nearly 2 million tests available, with more to come.
Even during a pandemic, people still need to deliver babies and get medical care. With little guidance, they face difficult choices.
How it works, why we need it, and why it’s taking so **** long for the US to get people diagnosed.