Governments often cooperate with private partners when it comes to international health policy. This approach makes sense, says Professor Markus Kaltenborn.
Scientists from Queen's University Belfast have developed a computer-aided data tool that could improve treatment for a range of illnesses.
A study by José María Martín-Olalla of the University of Seville has analysed retrospectively and from a physiological perspective the potential consequences of cancelling daylight saving time, the biannual change of clocks.
For the past 18 months, while I was undergoing intensive physical therapy and many neurological tests after a complicated head injury, my friends would point to a silver lining: “Now you’ll be able to write about your own bills.” After
Many patients dealing with mental health crises are having to wait several days in an ER until a bed becomes available at one of Georgia’s five state psychiatric hospitals, as public facilities nationwide feel the pinch of the pandemic.“We’re in
Children and teens from minority groups are disproportionately hit by coronavirus, just as older adults are, according to the findings of a new report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Overcrowded parties have forced several high schools to go back to online learning in hopes of staving off Covid-19 outbreaks.
A Brazilian Senate committee has recommended that President Jair Bolsonaro face a series of criminal indictments for actions and omissions related to the world’s second-highest COVID-19 death toll
U.S. health advisers have endorsed kid-size doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for young children
Louisiana is ending its statewide indoor mask mandate after emerging from its latest and worst coronavirus spike of the pandemic and seeing a sharp decline in new COVID-19 infections
Treatment with cholesterol-lowering statin drugs does not boost recovery in people with severe COVID-19 and may increase their risk for death from the virus, a study published Tuesday by PLOS ONE found.
Mixing COVID-19 vaccines for boosters is safe and effective, according to the results of a National Institutes of Health-led study released Wednesday.
Non-pharmaceutical interventions reduce likelihood of SARS-CoV-2 infection following high-risk exposure
Researchers have been investigating the efficacy of many of the non-pharmaceutical interventions applied and exploring the theory that mask use results in less severe symptoms in individuals infected with SARS-COV-2.