Researchers found that after exponential growth in Manaus, cases and deaths started to drop significantly, without major interventions taking place.
The "Care 222" UV lamp can kill more than 99 percent of the virus when blasted with lesser wavelenght of 222 nanometers.
The study found similar numbers of positive and negative patients who said they always wore a mask in public, but those who tested positive were more likely to have dined out in the 14 days before their diagnosis.
Researchers analyzed three outbreaks of COVID-19 at childcare facilities in Salt Lake County and found 12 children spread the virus to at least 12 of the 46 people they came into contact with at home.
Researchers at Berkeley Haas tracked individuals over 14 years to see if their disagreeable personalities helped them get ahead in their careers compared to those who were less disagreeable.
A new study from Brazil found that those who had exhibited antisocial personality traits including callousness, deceitfulness and risk-taking tended to be less compliant with coronavirus containment measures.
A new study published with data from NASA explains that the shape of our solar system is similar to that of a deflated croissant.
Moderna's vaccine candidate will be trialed at 89 clinical research sites in the U.S.
"It's a wake up call for the big data industries, internet giants, tech companies, energy research and environmental research. I call this the invisible crisis," author Melvin M. Vopson told Newsweek.
Data collected by the Marshall Project and AP shows an eight percent decrease in prison populations between March and June.
A new study from the Urban Institute found adults with incomes below the federal poverty level were nearly 19 percent less likely to receive stimulus payments. Nearly seven in 10 Americans received payments from the CARES Act.
The study, based on the corresponding graph, debunks the commonly-held belief that multiplying a dog's age by seven reveals their "human age."
"It is within the power of each U.S. resident, even without government mandates, to help slow the spread of COVID-19," the researchers wrote in The Lancet.
The research is the first to examine public health fears that the U.S. protests would accelerate the spread of the new coronavirus.
"This research is flawed in a number of ways and shows a misunderstanding of how Instagram works," the Facebook-owned picture application said.
A COVID-19 simulation revealed virus DNA spread to nearly half of a hospital ward's tested surfaces 10 hours after a sample was placed inside a room for high-risk patients.
Even if the U.S. had enacted social distancing protocols one week earlier in March, roughly 36,000 fewer people would have succumbed to the virus, the study said.
"Parents need to continue to take the virus seriously," Rutgers professor Lawrence Kleinman said of the data published in a new study analyzing COVID-19 in children with underlying health conditions.
The senator from Arkansas said it's a "scandal" that American universities have "trained the Communist Party's brightest minds."
Scientists also found that even a tiny gap could reduce the effectiveness of face masks by half, highlighting the importance of a good fit.
Researchers used tree rings to compare recent weather patterns to megadroughts over the past millenium.
Atmospheric conditions contributed to the highest levels of ice loss since records began in 1948.
"If social distancing measures are relaxed or not implemented, the U.S. will see greater death tolls," Dr. Christopher Murray said.
A pilot study involving 30 patients found the antimalarial drug offered little benefit to people diagnosed with COVID-19.
Researches think it could be possible that both human and rat species have seen parallel shifts in their DNA.
A new study found that mixed-sex and female-only teams judged each other on likability, whereas male-only teams did not.
The same correlation wasn't observed among people who had cats in childhood.
A University of Sheffield study found that being in a brass band can benefit your overall health.
In their efforts to make their homes more clean or sterile, city dwellers may be making their living spaces more prone to certain kinds of fungi and bacteria.