A conspiracy theory that 90 percent of the world's population will be killed off spreads widely on pandemic fears.
Would you study abroad online?
The institutional barriers that have often held creative teaching back are being knocked down by the coronavirus era.
The physical action of handwashing plus the properties of soap is a one-two punch for the virus.
Apps that warn about close contact with COVID-19 cases can help relax social distancing rules.
Across the land, state-driven pacts, partnerships, councils and task forces replace a coordinated federal response.
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.
If you surreptitiously pick your nose, chances are that everyone can see you doing it.
The health care system isn't ready for that, either.
The response to the pandemic illustrates five actions we can take to address the global climate change crisis.
Understanding the math behind social distancing.
From a personal point of view and from an economic point of view, this is nothing short of potentially disastrous for people's livelihoods.
Flattening the curve on panic and disinformation.
Medical researchers put a ring on it to learn more about the onset of COVID-19.
One silver lining of the pandemic: The value of common sense, facts and rational decisions increases.
Social distancing won't be easy, but science shows us how to make it more manageable.
Half a billion people were infected.
Is there anything we can do to help us give up this habit?
The National Institutes of Health hopes synthetic biology can engineer vaccines that outperform nature.
Will identifying patient zero curb the spread, or just cause stigma?
Answer: You don't want to get either.
Misinformation is rampant—but it is the Internet.
The video fragment only shows increase in COVID-19 cases, reversing the video's original message to induce panic.