A small new study suggests the stress of the pandemic may be playing a toll on the heart.
Among the top coronavirus news out today are: As the U.S. prepares to celebrate the Fourth of July, new coronavirus cases continue to surge, breaking records in multiple states.
Cells infected with the new coronavirus grow stringy, tentacle-like arms that act like bridges, allowing the virus to invade other cells.
Here's a look back at all we've learned about the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, in that time, and what we can expect in the next six months.
Massive, underwater rivers have been discovered hidden off Australia's coasts by robotic ocean gliders.
Around 1.7 billion people have one or more underlying health condition that would put them at risk of severe COVID-19, a new study finds.
On a cliff overlooking a narrow strait in western Norway, archaeologists have discovered rare game pieces.
In a first, a young COVID-19 patient in the U.S. has received a double-lung transplant after the coronavirus ravaged her lungs.
Teeny-tiny sea creatures secrete snotty blobs from cells on their heads to build their oversized mucus dwellings.
It's not clear why ancient people dug up these chambers, but evidence suggests they used them in everyday life.
The vaccine seems safe and able to prompt the body to produce antibodies against the coronavirus at levels comparable to a natural infection.
More than 20,000 people around the world have already expressed interest in participating in such a challenge, if it were ever to be brought to light.
"I think we better be careful [that] we are not cavalier in thinking that children are completely immune of the deleterious effects."
Reopening is not only about "doing it at the appropriate time, with the appropriate constraints, but having in place the capability of responding when the inevitable return of infections occurs."
The Food and Drug administration (FDA) has given approval to biotech company Moderna to begin the next phase of testing on its coronavirus vaccine candidate.
An internal administration report predicts a grim trajectory, even as the president pushes for the country to reopen.