Some studies suggest that poor air quality could play a role in the severity of coronavirus.
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Imagine waking up and getting in the shower, only to rub your body with toilet paper. Feeling "sparkly clean"? No, right! Then, why we are so comfortable doing exactly that to the dirtiest part of our bodies—our nether regions.
"The novel coronavirus had existed long before," director Gao Fu said.
The coronavirus pandemic has now cost 100,000 American lives. To mark the heartbreaking milestone, Newsweek's newsroom will fall silent for 100 seconds. We invite you to join us.
Donor-supported nongovernmental organizations in Italy are fighting for their survival and risk being forgotten as they face their own uncertain future in the pandemic's economic aftershocks.
Earlier this month, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the national unemployment rate had risen to 14.7 percent.
On Friday, the Virginia Department of Health confirmed 813 new cases of COVID-19 in Virginia, and 37 new fatalities.
Donna Selvey, 33, was sentenced to 20 weeks in prison for the assault on a police officer in West Midlands in the U.K.
Tracy Schofield, from Ontario, Canada, is now scheduled to take her tenth test for coronavirus.
However, researchers warn that the recent drastic falls are only likely be temporary.
The pandemic has highlighted generational fissures in America, but it also offers a critical opportunity to address them.
Three studies into vitamin D suggest a potential link, but scientists say it's important to remember correlation does not equal causation.
The numbers we have are shocking: Though they are less than 15 percent of the UK's population, racial minorities are a third of critically ill COVID-19 hospitalizations.
We're being told to choose between mass unemployment and a massive fatality rate. But we shouldn't fall back when there is the opportunity for moving forward.
Social distancing will force authorities along the south and east coast to rethink how they manage people who must evacuate their homes in the event of a disaster.
This is the second killing of a Ganges river dolphin since the country's coronavirus lockdown started in March.
There are ways to facilitate contact tracing in the hopes of preventing new deadly spikes of the coronavirus. But it may feel like a choice between your privacy and your life.
None of us are experts in navigating these unprecedented waters. We're a community of learners facing the unknown together.
"More than anything, I am concerned that I don't know if we are going to have the resources to handle a second outbreak," said Dr. George Díaz.
There is growing bipartisan agreement that we need to bring pharmaceutical production back home. But one enormous hurdle remains.
The inspiration for the study came from tests conducted on a 4-year-old llama named "Winter" that is currently living on a farm in the Belgian countryside.
As a former deputy Sheriff, federal prosecutor, and head of corrections in Wisconsin and Colorado, I'm a strong law and order advocate—but full prisons are infection factories. People need to be let out, for all our sakes.
Even in ordinary days, Roma face immense barriers to equitable health care. Under COVID-19, they are forced to face modern bureaucratic inadequacy—and ancient scapegoating and prejudice.
Some business leaders have framed furloughs as a "favor". They're anything but—neither to the employees nor to the business. In fact, companies that retain their employees are likelier to flourish after a slowdown.
Grocery workers, food delivery workers, restaurant workers, cleaners, hospital orderlies and EMTs are putting their lives on the line in this strange world war. They are tomorrow's veterans—and they deserve more than just our thanks.
Famotidine is normally used to relieve the symptoms of acid reflux and heartburn, which it does by reducing the amount of acid in the stomach.
Yang pushed a version of UBI that would set up a permanent system for paying every American adult $1,000 per month: an idea that seemed naive but is now in the mainstream political debate.
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