The mechanisms behind vaccine-related and pill-related clots are quite different.
After lockdowns and bans on flying, tourists will have high expectations and demands.
What restaurants, bars and pubs can do to help people happily hand over their data.
This week's unwelcome medical advice about the AstraZeneca vaccine is the latest setback to the rollout and the Morrison government.
Beyond the immediate questions of NHS funding and the timing of decisions, some controversial governance choices need to be urgently addressed.
We'll need mass vaccination hubs and expanded GP vaccination clinics to deliver jabs to millions of Australians.
This shift in focus away from AstraZeneca to the Pfizer vaccine has serious impacts on the timing of the rollout and public confidence in the AstraZeneca vaccine.
The coronavirus pandemic has entrenched educational technologies in schools. Parents and guardians have been forced to relinquish their children's privacy, without assurance of protection.
Our well-meaning efforts to use images to help demystify the vaccination process or share our pride in getting a COVID vaccine can backfire.
As more people become vaccinated, many of them are eager to resume their social lives. And yet, many are fearful, and some may not want to return to life as they previously experienced it.
If Zoom courts are here to stay, we must ensure virtual courts function as well as possible by identifying and promoting best practices.
The UK's proposal to give under-30s other vaccines shouldn't be too disruptive, but in Europe, greater restrictions look likely.
Kenya grapples with two major challenges in the vaccination rollout: access to sufficient doses in light of the global shortage; and vaccine hesitancy.
As the US vaccinates millions more people each day, the novel coronavirus works to survive. It does this by mutating. So far, several variants are worrisome. A virologist explains what they are.
Kumbh Mela, a Hindu pilgrimage that started earlier this month in India, has survived wars and famine since its origin. But the biggest threat has been the spread of illness – back then as now.
'Behavior vaccines' – practices meant to improve safety and well-being – have been around for years. An educational psychologist says they are particularly important for schools to adopt now.
Modern supply chains have become very efficient, but that means disruptions of any kind can lead to delays and shortages.
White people are the main perpetrators of anti-Asian racism and violence, but white supremacy is still the problem when Blacks and Latinos attack Asians.
All vaccines and medications come with risks. But the risks of delaying vaccination are far higher.
Scientists have called it "vaccine-induced prothrombotic immune thrombocytopenia", or VIPIT. The condition is characterised by a shortage of platelets in the blood.