The policy is neither rational nor reasonable, and so could be at risk of being struck out.
Balancing the benefits and harms of face-mask wearing.
Case reports suggest that COVID-19 might trigger new-onset diabetes. But more data is needed.
The good news is: you'll probably get it back.
Severe COVID-19 may leave lasting scars in the lungs, but some recovery could happen over time.
Contact tracing for sexual health has been taking place in England for many years. Why was this workforce ignored in the coronavirus response?
France says one metre, Spain says two. But what really constitutes a safe distance when it comes to COVID-19?
If expert advice on the pandemic turns out to be wrong, it will have dire consequences for how reliable scientific evidence is treated in other policy areas, such as climate change.
Scientists have discovered that a widely used, cheap steroid can fight off COVID-19 in the most severe cases. Here's how it works.
For western businesses trading with these giants of the southern hemisphere, to be forewarned is to be forearmed.
There is no evidence that COVID-19 will occur in waves.
Going to a protest may increase your risk of COVID-19. But calling out the structural racism that takes black lives and affects health outcomes for people of colour is also vital.
Lessons good and bad on responding to COVID-19 from Singapore, Brazil, South Korea, Vietnam, New Zealand, Tanzania and more.
There is no single reason why COVID-19 has had a disproportionate effect on ethnic minorities, but we know that racism and socioeconomic factors both play a role.
Mobile devices can be turned into tools to rapidly identify a variety of disease-causing agents, including bacteria, toxins and viruses.
K is all about the super-spreaders.
The virus threatens to push half a billion people into extreme poverty around the world.
A simple experiment suggests that we urgently need more research in this area.
We have been writing to trans and non-binary prisoners in the UK since before the pandemic began. This is what they say about lockdown.
Improving health literacy and access to services could empower ethnic minorities to boost their immune systems.