An unexpected upswing in positive tests at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign showed how even the most comprehensive approaches to limiting the virus’s spread can break down.
The problem occurs when drug-induced side effects are viewed as a new ailment and treated with yet another drug that can cause still other side effects.
For those who reconcile with estranged relatives, the key is “letting go of the attempt to have the other person see the past as they saw it,” the author of a new book says.
A participant in the company’s late-stage coronavirus vaccine trial reportedly developed severe neurological symptoms. Now experts must assess whether the vaccine was responsible.
The company halted late-stage trials of its coronavirus vaccine because of a serious suspected adverse reaction in a participant.
India surpassed four million coronavirus cases. U.S. officials urged caution ahead of Labor Day weekend.
The state’s share of positive tests has stayed below 1 percent for 30 straight days, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said, though he urged caution amid Labor Day celebrations. India surpassed Brazil to become the country with the second-highest number of cases.
The U.N. warns of looming famines connected to the pandemic. Melbourne, Australia’s second-biggest city, has extended its lockdown by two weeks.
It’s not just the lungs — the pathogen may enter brain cells, causing symptoms like delirium and confusion, scientists reported.
The encouraging public health news was tempered by evidence that many high school users were taking advantage of a regulatory loophole to get access to flavored products.
As schools reopen, many parents still can’t find a test nearby, impeding the fight against the virus.
Chiropractors report a surge in problems as millions of workers have spent months clacking away on sofas and beds and awkward kitchen counters.
Two top health officials appeared before a Senate panel the day after AstraZeneca announced a hold in a vaccine trial. Britain will ban most gatherings of more than six people starting Monday.
New regulations require a ramp-up in testing for patients with symptoms, as well as people who weren’t tested before they died.
Just as Thailand reached 100 days without a new local case, it found one. The New York Times surveyed more than 1,500 colleges and found that over two-thirds had reported at least one case.
New technology is allowing homeowners who can afford it to outfit their bedrooms, kitchens and bathrooms with tools to monitor their health.
Regular exercise helped lab mice remain psychologically resilient even when their lives seemed filled with threats.
The first batch of public data from the “Sputnik V” vaccine showed that it was safe and produced an immune response. No one knows yet whether it prevents coronavirus infections.
The joint statement by competitors was seen as an effort to restore public trust as President Trump has pushed for a vaccine before the presidential election.
As we age, the immune system begins to shift into a heightened state of alert, dialing up inflammation and running out of certain immune cells.