Coronavirus has shown how damaging ill-health can be for the economy, and poor diet is the world's leading cause of ill-health.
Whether a coronavirus vaccine involves a live virus or a carrier organism, it will probably require more than one injection. But that's not a bad thing.
Lowering urban density to protect against the coronavirus would be a misguided response. Density is not a key driver of infection, and keeps people active and healthy.
We'll achieve herd immunity when 60% of the population is immune to COVID. No, wait, make it 70%. Or is it 80%?
Stress, depression, and high blood pressure were just some of the risk factors the study's researchers identified.
New research provides a template for understanding the role of genetic switches in the development of complex diseases whose causes have so far evaded scrutiny.
How one of the most effective face masks could be putting others at risk.
Boris Johnson has attacked Muslim women for covering their faces. Now he wants the whole of the UK to do so.
Though a recent study's results were promising, there is still much that researchers don't know.
Knowing who has had the coronavirus relies on testing – which itself is influenced by the weather.
How to ensure your personal protective gear isn’t made by an exploited person.
Stigmatising people with coronavirus risks undermining efforts to control the pandemic through contact tracing.
It's hard to discuss COVID without referring to white blood cells. Here is a primer on the two you need to know about.
It may be as simple as standing neutrally.
People who use home care and their carers may be even more vulnerable during a second wave.
Currently, there is no evidence that this highly effective antimalarial can treat COVID-19 – and the threat of drug resistance should deter us from using it indiscriminately.
Allowing financial concerns to dictate how health and social care systems are run has undermined their ability to function in the pandemic.
Some viruses are similar enough that just one vaccine is needed to treat them all.
Injuries that commonly effect former players during retirement include concussion, neck injuries, shoulder dislocation, and knee ligament injuries.
Those who ate the most fruit and vegetables daily had a 50% lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes compared to those who ate little or none.