Since the pandemic began, China has enacted several new regulations aimed at stopping the spread disease from animals to humans, including a ban on breeding terrestrial wildlife for meat consumption.  

The CDC released its strongest guidance yet on face coverings yesterday, underscoring

Sometimes trials are stopped early because the news is good—and this is one of those times.  

Early in the pandemic, many researchers pointed to immune system overreactions—“cytokine storms”—as a driver of COVID-19 deaths, neatly helping explain why some managed to clear the virus from their system, but still died.    

With economies in freefall, people desperate for income are increasingly turning to social media to sell organs on the so-called “red market.”   Even before the pandemic, less than 10% of the global demand for donated organs was being met annually—COVID-19 disruptions to…

The dominant origin story of Alzheimer’s focuses on the build-up of amyloid protein “clumps” on the brain.  

Psilocybin, the active ingredient in magic mushrooms, worked better than standard antidepressants in treating major depressive disorder in a rigorous 

The US woke up today to murky presidential election results and a worsening coronavirus outlook. 

“Cluster-busting” approach to contact tracing has paid dividends in Japan and elsewhere in Asia—and is gaining attention in the West,