Taking these drugs to treat COVID-19 without medical advice has caused poisonings and death.
CovidRADAR was developed in less than a week.
Cinchona bark, the flavouring in tonic water, is not a natural source of chloroquine.
We can use anxious thoughts as triggers to engage in activities that not only manage anxiety but to help us build positive mental health habits for the future.
We all need to be our most compassionate and caring selves.
What treatment do you want if you fall critically ill?
Researchers are currently looking into these reports to confirm whether loss of smell is an early indication of COVID-19.
It’s not enough to say the science has changed – now, more than ever, we need clear accountability and transparency about the government’s decisions
How we construct our beliefs about the world shape how we react to it.
The UK is on the tipping point of a humanitarian emergency. To tackle this the government must now give more money to local authorities.
Engineers may be able to develop new ways of opening doors or better and mass-produced face masks for the elderly.
Major crises all necessitate massive state intervention.
Here are the most effective cleaning solutions to keep your home free of coronavirus.
The virus has put life on hold for many around the world.
With people panic buying and supermarket shelves empty, the country's ability to feed itself is being tested.
As the prime minister's move to lockdown has shown, people could not be trusted to act responsibly for the greater good.
We believe a basic income should be a right, but it should be underpinned by a principle of reciprocity - people must contribute to society in return.
Scientists are working hard to develop reliable tests that can detect anti-virus antibodies from past infection.
Travel bans, social distancing and testing can all be effective against COVID-19.
Parks have a vital role to play for both physical and mental wellbeing.