New research shows that many COVID survivors will be spared long-term respiratory damage.
Wearable devices can identify COVID-19 cases earlier than traditional diagnostic methods and can help track and improve management of the disease, Mount Sinai researchers report.Read More
Scientists have developed a new protein that neutralizes COVID-19 infection in a human kidney organoid, a miniature organ made from stem cells in the lab.Read More
A report from Reuters describes how a shortage of oxygen tanks in Mexico is compounding the impact of the pandemic.Read More
The extraordinary number of people flooding US hospitals has shined a spotlight on another crisis: the country’s nursing shortage.Read More
Researchers studied patients during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic and found that sleep apnea emerged as a suspected risk factor.Read More
A series of letters written during the 1918 flu pandemic, obtained by The University of California, Los Angeles, give insights into how society coped during the health crisis of the time.Read More
Scientists have found that some people have antibodies against parts of their own immune system, allowing viruses to multiply rapidly.Read More