Yes, your cat can get coronavirus, but here's why you don't need to worry too much.
The process of mourning plays a vital role in recovery, both on an individual and national level.
From protests to anti-vaccination propaganda, eliminating smallpox in the UK was not easy.
Some people have a real problem with coronavirus safety measures.
Using infrared thermal imaging to screen for COVID19 poses no risk to the public but must be done correctly to be reliable.
Lockdowns also affect socioeconomic groups differently, and should be combined with income support to protect mental health.
History shows that governing parties lose support when jobs are lost.
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.
Suppression tactics aren’t appropriate for dangerous diseases – and in the long term prove just as expensive.
The lack of thought that has gone into helping people with extra needs live through the pandemic exposes ableist attitudes.
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.
Measuring seismic noice could show whether people are following future lockdown measures.
Knowing who has had the coronavirus relies on testing – which itself is influenced by the weather.
Stigmatising people with coronavirus risks undermining efforts to control the pandemic through contact tracing.
Many leisure centres survived austerity by transferring their management to the local community – could this tactic work again in today's crisis?
The experimental vaccine stimulates the creation of antibodies. Now we need to show that these effectively protect us from the coronavirus.
We'll achieve herd immunity when 60% of the population is immune to COVID. No, wait, make it 70%. Or is it 80%?
Some are more likely than others to have lost their jobs rather than being furloughed and to have struggled financially during lockdown.
Incumbent governments are enjoying renewed popularity during the pandemic, while far-right challengers get bogged down in conspiracy theories.
Without plastic shielding between seats or more efficient engines, the environmental benefits of public transport are lost.