About 80% of COVID-19 cases can be traced to just 20% of those infected with the novel coronavirus, epidemiologists have found.
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Christopher Havens came upon his love of math while in solitary confinement. A decade later, he published a paper on number theory in a top mathematics journal.
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Here's a look at some of the amazing astronomical discoveries from ancient Greece. But almost as interesting as what they knew, however, is what they did not know.
Mothers love to be with their children on Mother's Day, but this year, things might be different. A physician walks you through some questions to consider as you decide whether such a visit is safe.
New research suggests the coronavirus pandemic is taking a staggering toll on the mental health of many Americans.
Researchers are looking at old drugs to see how they fare against the novel coronavirus causing COVID-19.
In the midst of coronavirus pandemic, conspiracy theorists are sowing seeds of doubts about its severity and denying the very existence of the pandemic.
A conspiracy theory claiming 5G can spread the coronavirus is making the rounds on social media. Peddling such misinformation is not only wrong, it's destructive.
How do people infected with the novel coronavirus recover and does that mean they're immune to the virus and the disease it causes, COVID-19?
The novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, seems to mutate its genes four times slower than seasonal flu, which is good news for the potential of a successful vaccine.
An emergency and critical care physician gives a dispatch from the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Traveling is risky during the coronavirus outbreak. Places like airports, bus stops and gas stations are especially dangerous for COVID-19.
Treatment for COVID-19, caused by the new coronavirus, might already exist, and researchers are on the hunt to find them.