It's common to find medical doctors providing supportive health services and in the process getting distracted from their main clinical job concerns.
Can companies legally require workers to get vaccinated? Employers have gotten so good at finding ways to get employees to comply with their policies that it may not matter.
Technology that can identify stray bits of genetic material in the environment can help scientists monitor human and animal health.
When not properly fitted, high-filtration masks offer only a little bit more protection than cloth or surgical ones.
Join us for a lively discussion on May 4 into the impact of race inequalities during COVID.
Meeting the recommended guidelines for physical activity reduces the risk of falling ill and dying of infectious diseases by 37%.
It's cheap and easy to store, but the Russian vaccine does not yet have approval in Europe.
A coronavirus variant with a double mutation has been found in the UK, with cases currently doubling every week.
The English economist's views on "animal spirits" are vital to understanding his work.
For the 6.5 million Americans who have an incarcerated family member, COVID-19 has made an already stressful situation much worse by drastically limiting communication and raising fears of death.
Calls to police and hotlines by domestic violence victims increased during the pandemic. This translates into an expanded number of families that will need help even after the pandemic.
A moral philosopher explains why the ethics of getting or refusing the COVID-19 vaccine are more complex than it might seem.
Student loan debt can affect not only the financial health of recent grads but also their mental and emotional health. Three scholars weigh in on the greater costs student loans can have on borrowers.
There are two schools of thought.
Our best long-term strategy is to rely on the mRNA vaccines like Pfizer and Moderna.
Measuring the equivalent economic cost of 'lost life years' due to the pandemic allows us to map the true scale of the crisis.
Australia was promised a world-class vaccine program. But instead of a rollout, we got an eekout.
COVID-19 has shown us that we are not "all in this together" despite what politicians may want us to think.
As remote work continues through the pandemic, workers are experiencing burnout and fatigue brought on by excessive periods of time spent online.
Comprehensive early childhood education, mental health support, internet connectivity and post-secondary funding are part of reducing the consequences of poverty so all students may excel.