Smallpox was nothing new in 1721.
Some of these trends may be due, in part, to the lockdown.
Theoretical physicist Geoffrey West explains the science behind a unique hypothesis.
According to this research, eight percent of Americans always refuse vaccines. Why?
Contact-tracing apps can be a useful tool for public health, but they have considerable false positive and false negative rates.
New research from the University of Granada found that stress could help determine sex.
Global inequality takes many forms, including who has lost the most children
Ultrasound might be able to damage the novel coronavirus in the same way an opera singer's voice can shatter a wine glass.
Cotton mask fibers prove 33 percent more effective at blocking viruses in trials.
The vaccine will shorten the "shedding" time.
Millions of doses of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine could be distributed as early as this week.
Trained dogs can detect cancer and other diseases by smell. Could a device do the same?
The study suggests scientists are underestimating the number of animal species that could generate the next novel coronavirus.
From making their own swabs to staying in constant communication across the board, Northwell Health dove headfirst into uncharted waters to take on the virus and save lives.
The long-term lessons America learns from the coronavirus pandemic will spell life or death.
The scent of sickness: 5 questions answered about using dogs – and mice and ferrets – to detect disease
Could medical detection animals smell coronavirus?
Northwell Health is using insights from website traffic to forecast COVID-19 hospitalizations two weeks in the future.
Researchers discover that cancer cells go into hibernation to avoid chemotherapy effects.