A study of more than 28,000 UK adults has found that vaccination after having COVID is linked to a decrease in long COVID symptoms.
Even with ongoing unpredictability of the pandemic, there’s a role for principals as activist, socially just leaders in a post-pandemic world.
Scientists are working on intranasal COVID vaccines. Not only are these vaccines delivered differently – but they also target a different part of our immune system.
Despite being an excellent vaccine, the use of AstraZeneca in the UK has declined over the course of the COVID pandemic.
Performance reviews were always a challenge, but even more so in the age of hybrid work, when some employees are in the office more often than others.
South Sulawesi residents’ low trust in government explains why people there did not take much efforts to protect themselves, despite feelings that they were at risk from COVID-19.
Many young people with long COVID won’t have experience of a long-term illness. Here’s what to keep in mind.
With the right training, dogs can sniff out more than 90% of COVID cases.
Biden said the Defense Production Act would help end the shortage by directing suppliers of baby formula to prioritize delivery to formula manufacturers.
Even taking into account people who have had COVID but didn’t know it, there’s still likely to be a group of people who have never been infected.
After reporting zero COVID cases until now, North Korea is facing a rapidly-spreading outbreak of the omicron variant. Here’s how things could play out.
Friendships can end for many reasons, like a betrayal of trust or changing circumstances. The pandemic has highlighted fundamental belief differences between people, which has affected relationships.
From skin lesions to hearing loss, unusual symptoms can be troubling for COVID patients.
Rising populations and a warming climate mean storm surges from super cyclones are likely to affect increasing numbers of vulnerable people.
A study of 25 heritage language schools in Edmonton shows how schools met the needs of migrant and front-line workers, resisted racism and built community for immigrants.
A team analyzed more than 21 million tweets about COVID-19 vaccines and found that negative sentiments on social media were tied to lower-than-expected vaccination rates in many nations.
Your blood can hold a record of past illnesses. That information can reveal how many people have had a certain infection – like 58% of Americans having had COVID-19 by the end of February 2022.
Solitary confinement is still a common feature of prisons across Canada and in its most populous province, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s a practice that amounts to torture.
The public don’t have much regard for journalists and many people will be critical of the “gotcha” questioning that found Anthony Albanese unable to recite the six points of his policy on the NDIS
As COVID-19 continues to evolve, surprise, disappoint and frustrate us, efforts by politicians to pretend it’s behind us is a dangerous form of gaslighting that will deepen societal divisions.