Are masks a religious matter, or is religion being used to suit people’s political agendas? A scholar of Christian conservatism and culture argues both can be true.
Three new studies show corticosteroids can reduce deaths in critically ill COVID-19 patients. But what about other patients?
We can strike a balance between minimising transmission risk and practising compassion to allow loved ones to visit patients with COVID-19 in ICU at the end of their lives.
As the Indonesian government reopens schools located in the green and yellow zones, a blended learning approach is being discussed as a solution.
Common and cheap drugs save lives of patients critically ill with COVID-19, a new analysis shows. But these corticosteroids are not a cure.
Addressing children's and youth's needs requires the expertise and support of educational assistants, school psychologists and all workers who collaborate to build caring school communities.
A team of experts argues that after taking care of essential workers, COVID-19 vaccinations should be given to the greatest transmitters of the virus, who are mostly the young.
An analysis of Donald Trump's speech at Mount Rushmore reveals the underbelly of his constant use of heroic rhetoric.
Results from a recent study indicate that the emergency measures put in place in response to COVID-19 have disproportionately impacted Canadian mothers with young children at home.
A disaster is looming for remote Canadian communities after Air Canada cancelled 30 regional routes. It threatens the rights of all Canadians to be connected to the national transportation system.
The CDC's sweeping eviction moratorium leaves more questions than answers – as well as concerns that it merely pushes the problem into winter.
Smaller countries have been competing for tourists for years. New remote work visas suggest they are now competing for citizens.
Without a clear plan, valuable time will be lost.
A researcher explains what it will take to make sure children are reasonably safe from catching the coronavirus aboard school buses.
Hundreds of thousands of people are waiting for their naturalization applications to be processed by US Citizenship and Immigration Services. Without citizenship, they can't vote.
COVID-19 plagues an overtaxed opioid addiction treatment system.
The use of incitement around protests poses new and complex legal questions.
Ahead of the release of Victoria's roadmap out of lockdown, we asked four experts to explain what they see as the most important aspects of the state's path out of stage 4.
A conservative estimate of the productivity gains from working from home suggests they're bigger than all of the reforms of the 1990s combined.
Hip-hop got its start as a political artistic force in the streets of Bronx. In the age of coronavirus, that same force has taken to the internet.