"The brain is one of the regions where virus likes to hide," researcher Mukesh Kumar said. "Once it infects the brain it can affect anything because the brain is controlling your lungs, the heart, everything."
Blood samples from residents of Wuhan, China suggest that almost 500,000 may have been infected with COVID-19 by mid-April, around 10 times more than the official number.
Among the group studied by Dutch researchers, 67 percent of workers at mink farms developed the coronavirus.
New research suggests that narcissists may be unable to improve poor decision making because they already believe themselves to be perfect decision makers.
Researchers at the University of Washington predicted that global population will reach a high of 9.7 billion in 2064 before dropping to 8.8 billion by 2100 due to falling fertility rates.
Researchers have concluded that the coronavirus strain that originated in Wuhan, China has given way one that emerged in Italy months later, to such an extent that the European strain now "is the pandemic."
Multiple studies have suggested that repositioning COVID-19 patients on their stomachs can help improve their breathing.
While the L.A. County Public Health Director partially blamed protests for the county's increase in cases, a new study contradicts her assertion.
Wandering officers are being re-hired in agencies that have fewer resources and that oversee communities with slightly larger non-white populations.
The arthritis drug anakinra is being studied as a potential treatment for reducing acute respiratory distress syndrome in COVID-19 patients.
Nearly 17.4 percent of kids aren't eating enough and 23 percent of households lack funds to get enough food while Congress remains deadlocked over expanding nutritional benefits.
Although overall worries about catching the virus have lessened since COVID-19 lockdown measures were implemented, people aged 30 to 59 are the group who remain most concerned, according to a new study.
A majority of patients requiring mechanical ventilation for COVID-19 were able to breathe on their own after taking a course of the experimental Ebola drug remdesivir, according to an analysis published Friday.
Though the item has long been historically linked with the president, a recent Illinois state study suggest it may never have belonged to Honest Abe.
A new Welsh study says that 76 percent of girls who self-harm will end up hospitalized, compared to only 49 percent of boys. But the ultimate goal is early intervention, say doctors.
A new study from Spain's University of Cordoba suggests that young people who display a competitive or hostile personality are more likely to use illegal drugs.
The U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Educational Statistics released a report that noted "no measurable differences" in the students' average reading and mathematics scores.
Replicating findings of many studies is much more difficult than it seems.
A new statistical model anticipates run and pass plays in real NFL games, and could become an indispensable tool for coaches.
A new study found that the order of search engine results can sway voter preference enough to significantly affect elections.
New research failed to link teenage marijuana use to depression, cancer, and other ailments