As the pandemic wears on, some people struggle to keep adhering to restrictions and social distancing guidelines. There are psychological reasons for caution fatigue, and ways to overcome it.
Logistics is the unsung hero in vaccination. But here's why it's critical.
Portrayals of Native Americans and COVID-19 often ignore responses rooted in tribal sovereignty.
US monuments and memorials have overlooked frontline workers and people of color affected by past epidemics. Will we repeat history?
The answer could be found in death rates among the elderly.
It may be many months before COVID control measures can be eased.
This is what it's like fighting COVID-19 the second time around.
With COVID-19 vaccine announcements making headlines, non-scientists need to know what clinical trial results mean. Here are some key points to look for in vaccine trial reports.
While COVID-19 has highlighted the invaluable nature of medical research, it has unfortunately also seriously disrupted it. In Australia, the sector now teeters on the brink of collapse.
Unprecedented efforts are driving the global push for a safe and effective vaccine. If and when we have one (or more), here's how it's likely to be rolled out in Australia.
Vaccines do more than just protect against the disease they were designed for. They also have so-called non-specific effects that can improve overall health.
Here's why we could reduce the period for self-isolation.
Gender parity leads to collaboration and a blending of visions, and paves the way for the adoption of more comprehensive and inclusive solutions than if they're conceived from only one perspective.
Preliminary research shows that men and women tend to use Zoom differently because gender dynamics influence online activities.
There are three promising COVID-19 trials.
Eastern European countries are making the same mistakes now as western European countries did in the spring.
In September, production of rapid tests really ramped up in the US. But due to low accuracy and massive numbers needed, these tests alone are unlikely to have much of an effect on the pandemic.
Lots of viruses have disappeared before. But experts think COVID will stay with us for a long time to come.
The level of anger and sadness in our dreams may be related to how much we suffer mentally with social isolation.
It's not only shedding and reinfection which are different — there are actually two types of viral shedding.