Two recent studies investigate why Omicron might be milder than other COVID variants.
The research relied on the use of "lice cement," a substance secreted by female lice to attach nits to human hair.
A German research study examined different phases of the pandemic, coming to the determination that masks worn by adults helped prevent secondary cases.
Compared to a two-dose track with the Pfizer vaccine, researchers found that getting a third booster reduces the chance of infection from Omicron significantly.
Scientists found that a new combination adjuvant may boost the effectiveness of a number of inoculations.
Ivermectin is being sent free of charge to COVID-positive participants who are over 30 and have experienced at least two symptoms of the virus.
The embryo was in its third week after fertilization, a time period that practical and ethical concerns have made tricky to scrutinize in the past.
New research has shown how pet owners have grown close to their four-legged friends during the pandemic.
A researcher who helped discover the virus, which is transmitted to humans through tick bites, said we must "urgently investigate its spread."
Support from female siblings improves youngsters' mothering skills, says study.
The biggest decline was among U.S. males whose life expectancy decreased 2.2 years from 2019 to 2020.
The late scientist known for her pioneering research on green tea was the first woman doctor of agriculture in Japan.
Museum leaders are drafting a new policy, as the old one "is something we need to move on from," the museum's executive vice president said.
A pre-print study has indicated Mu was more antibody-resistant than other variants in a lab setting, although the results need to be read with caution.
TikToker Joe, who has been working at a South Pole research station, showed the end of the region's six-month night in a video.
Hyundai Motor Group continues to lead the way, receiving the most model-level awards in the 2021 J.D. Power Initial Quality Study
Each year J.D. Power highlights a number of vehicles in their annual Initial Quality Survey. The ones on this list earned the highest marks.
Ram, a division of Stellantis, earned the No.1 rank in the J.D. Power Initial Quality Study for the first time in the brand's young history.
Human trials for Moderna's HIV vaccine candidate are estimated to begin on August 19 and should be completed by spring 2023.
"Fatal shark attacks are rare today and the chances of discovering an archaeological case are incredibly small," explained researcher J. Alyssa White.
WalletHub studied the safety and economic impact of teen drivers, licensing requirements and laws to come up with a list of the best states for teen drivers.
"We will find more bodies, and we will not stop until we find all of our children," said Chief Bobby Cameron of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous First Nations.
Dogs are known as man's best friend—and studies suggest they can even show compassion for their owners in distress.
The article's author, Dr. Donald Moss, said whiteness establishes "entitled dominion" that enables the "host" to have "power without limit, force without restriction, violence without mercy," and increases one's drive to "terrorize."
The study, which focused on rats, mice, and pigs, gives researchers hope that the technique might be applied to humans experiencing respiratory failure.
Newsweek is again partnering with respected global data research firm Statista Inc. to establish a ranking of America's Best Eye Doctors 2021
Researchers are working on a vaccine that could potentially offer protection against coronaviruses beyond the one that is causing the current COVID-19 pandemic.