When not properly fitted, high-filtration masks offer only a little bit more protection than cloth or surgical ones.
Meeting the recommended guidelines for physical activity reduces the risk of falling ill and dying of infectious diseases by 37%.
Under cover of the coronavirus many countries are passing more draconian media laws.
A coronavirus variant with a double mutation has been found in the UK, with cases currently doubling every week.
There are two schools of thought.
Side effects generally indicate a natural immune response and will resolve in a few days.
Measuring the equivalent economic cost of 'lost life years' due to the pandemic allows us to map the true scale of the crisis.
COVID-19 has shown us that we are not "all in this together" despite what politicians may want us to think.
As remote work continues through the pandemic, workers are experiencing burnout and fatigue brought on by excessive periods of time spent online.
Comprehensive early childhood education, mental health support, internet connectivity and post-secondary funding are part of reducing the consequences of poverty so all students may excel.
Combating catastrophic demoralization and suicidal thoughts during COVID-19 means supporting people to reconnect with their values, with meaning in life and with others.
Due to early logistical planning, Rwanda had the capacity to store 5 million doses before the vaccines arrived.
Why is socio-economic inequality so threatening to complex societies and how can archaeology inform public policies for mitigating it?
The antiparasitic drug was thought to be a potential treatment for COVID-19, but there isn't sufficient evidence to recommend its use, despite widespread support online.
New study looks at public attitudes to COVID-19 vaccine aid. The results are reassuring.
It's normal for different people to mount stronger or weaker immune responses to a vaccine, but post-shot side effects won't tell you which you are.
Asian Americans are more likely to participate in remote learning than other racial groups, federal data show. To understand why, three experts weigh in.
Most pandemic policies have benefited those already best off in US society and ignored people for whom neither mass shutdowns nor reopening offer relief.
The amount of risk from overseas arrivals depends not just on Australia's vaccination rates, but also on the particular circumstances of the country from which people are travelling.
The COVID-19 pandemic has not only increased risk factors for violence, but also simultaneously decreased resiliency for individuals as well as communities.