Teens and Parents Stuck at Home – Together

Teens are wired to resent being stuck with parents and cut off from friends during coronavirus lockdown Catherine Bagwell, Emory University “Can’t I just go see...

Digital Surveillance – During a Pandemic

Digital surveillance can help bring the coronavirus pandemic under control – but also threatens privacy Jennifer Daskal, American University Apple and Google are collaborating on new...
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Blood sugar levels may influence vulnerability to coronavirus

Blood sugar levels may influence vulnerability to coronavirus, and controlling them through conventional means might be protective Can watching your blood sugar help fight COVID-19? Sugar...
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COVID-19 May Hit Rural Residents Hard

COVID-19 may hit rural residents hard, and that spells trouble because of lack of rural health care Kevin J. Bennett, University of South Carolina The burden...

Why so many epidemics originate in Asia and Africa

Why so many epidemics originate in Asia and Africa – and why we can expect more Suresh V. Kuchipudi, Pennsylvania State University The coronavirus disease, known as...

On the Trail of a Killer

Antibodies in the blood of COVID-19 survivors know how to beat coronavirus – and researchers are already testing new treatments that harness them. A person...

Dwindling Medical Supplies Expressed in Number of Days Left

A dispatch from the front lines: 'We don’t talk in terms of supply numbers, we talk in terms of days' W. Graham Carlos, Indiana University...

A new type of vaccine using RNA could help defeat COVID-19

Sanjay Mishra, Vanderbilt University and Robert Carnahan, Vanderbilt University A century ago, on July 26, 1916, a viral disease swept through New York. Within 24...

Loss of your sense of smell and taste an early sign...

Is the loss of your sense of smell and taste an early sign of COVID-19? Steven D. Munger, University of Florida and Jeb M. Justice,...

Preventing COVID-19 from decimating nursing home residents

Protecting nursing home residents will require spending money and improving infection control Kathryn Hyer, University of South Florida; David Dosa, Brown University, and Lindsay J....

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