The largest epidemiological study of COVID-19 so far reveals a key role played by super-spreading events in India, the Los Angeles Times reports.

American workers are experiencing a barrage of grief—brought on by COVID-19, systemic racism, and loneliness. How should employers respond?  

American workers are experiencing a barrage of grief—brought on by COVID-19, systemic racism, and loneliness. How should employers respond?  

This is good news: A cocktail of synthetic antibodies has shown promising, early results for beating back the coronavirus in patients that aren’t yet seriously ill.  

America’s landmark HIV/AIDS program, PEPFAR, has been credited with saving more than 18 million lives and shifting the HIV/AIDS trajectory in Africa.  

With more than 33 million cases and over 1 million lives lost, COVID-19 has devastated health systems and weakened social and economic cohesion on a global scale. It has also sparked deep appreciation for health care workers. Nurses are being seen anew for their unique…

COVID-19 deaths passed the 1 million mark yesterday, just 9 months into the pandemic:

Each year, 38 millions deaths occur without being added to any permanent record, but COVID-19 has heavily underscored the need for all deaths to be properly registered.   Counting deaths properly is "the GPS" to better global health, illuminating risk factors and the…

The nearly 1 million people lost to COVID-19 represent an immense tragedy—but they left the world an incredible gift: life-saving insights into treatments, 

Big news: A pair of new papers confirm scientists’ hunch that the body’s “vanguard virus fighter”—type I interferon—is out of action in severe COVID-19 cases.