A nasty disease might not be able to travel around much longer.
Working memory is the workhorse of cognition. Having less of it has side effects.
Currently, more than 100 COVID-19 vaccines are being developed worldwide.
Google is probably wrong about your health condition.
A Cornell Health physician has blended rap and medicine to better educate kids on coronavirus guidelines.
Most homes are using insufficient methods to determine when chicken is done cooking and safe to eat.
Should pharmaceutical companies pay people for their plasma? Here's why paid plasma is a hot ethical issue.
If confirmed, that's 10 times the official number of infected New Yorkers.
If a patient requires a ventilator, a new study finds they have a low chance of survival.
Men take longer to clear COVID-19 from their systems; a male-only coronavirus repository may be why.
This unsettling simulation shows how mucus-mist can rapidly spread in a grocery store.
The smart toilet can analyze urine and stool samples for disease markers and can even recognize an individual user's "analprint".
The health care system isn't ready for that, either.
The environmental benefits of the coronavirus pandemic are only temporary, warns the head of the UN Environment Programme.
Chemical engineers have developed a way to protect transplanted drug-producing cells from immune system rejection.
Understanding the math behind social distancing.
Amid the panic of the COVID-19 pandemic, are we building the surveillance states of tomorrow?
Medical researchers put a ring on it to learn more about the onset of COVID-19.
Facing a shortage of medical resources, doctors in the U.S. may have to make difficult moral decisions over how to allocate care.
Lawrence "Larry" Brilliant, an American epidemiologist who helped eradicate smallpox, warned about the inevitability of a global pandemic in a now-famous 2006 TED Talk.
Social distancing won't be easy, but science shows us how to make it more manageable.
Coronavirus infecting your pup is extremely unlikely, but there are some precautions you can take for your pets during the pandemic.
Half a billion people were infected.
The Alzheimer's Association says its new analysis and surveys "should sound an alarm regarding the future of dementia care in America."
Can a real pandemic (such as COVID-19) turn into mass hysteria?
Prevention is always better than waiting .