A Maine wedding is linked to the deaths of 7 people who didn't attend
A wedding in Maine is tied to 176 Covid-19 cases and the deaths of seven people who didn't attend the celebration, demonstrating just how easily and quickly the virus can spread at social gatherings, public health experts say.
Online classes: 5 reasons students benefit from 'cameras off'
Online learning may help prevent the spread of Covid-19, but it's not without problems. Zoom classes can pose several challenges for students if they're required to keep cameras on during class, according to a behavioral researcher who studies the brain.
Trump mental health official accuses media of overblowing dangers of Covid-19
The assistant secretary of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Dr. Elinore McCance-Katz, accused the media of being dishonest about the coronavirus pandemic and reiterated Trump talking points about Covid-19.
Unpopular teens could be at higher risk of heart conditions later in life, study suggests
Many of us hope to escape who we were in high school, particularly if you were last in line to be picked in gym class, but a growing body of research suggests that how popular you are in adolescence has a link with psychological and physical health decades later.
Study hints Covid-19 may have been in the US as early as December
Researchers believe they have found evidence that the novel coronavirus may have been circulating in the US as early as late December, about a month before the current timeline from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
NIH 'very concerned' about serious side effect in AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine trial
The Food and Drug Administration is weighing whether to follow British regulators in resuming a coronavirus vaccine trial that was halted when a participant suffered spinal cord damage, even as the National Institutes of Health has launched an investigation of the case.