People in the U.S. are still 60 percent more likely to die of COVID than from the flu, says new research.
Bill Gates says polio came tantalizingly close to being eradicated in the spring, before new outbreaks were seeded in Africa and a man was paralyzed...
The interval between exposure to the coronavirus and the development of COVID symptoms appears to be narrowing. Here's why that is good news.
Levels of cortisol in the blood of people with long COVID were roughly half those found in healthy, uninfected people or individuals who fully recovered.
Colloquially known as long-haulers, these millions of suffering people reflect the pandemic's lasting damage to society and the economy.
COVID patients can harbor the coronavirus in their feces for months after infection, researchers found, stoking concern that its persistence can aggravate cause long COVID...
Booster shots are rolling out across much of the world to spur protection against COVID-19, prompting questions about when exactly they should be given.