We’re not sure—but there are promising clues with new results expected in the coming weeks,

In Europe, tobacco use among women is declining much slower compared to men

China refused to share raw data with the WHO team probing the origins of Covid-19—defying “standard practice” for an outbreak investigation, investigator Dominic Dwyer told Reuters Saturday.   The team was denied access to hundreds of thousands of blood samples amid clues…

A new Ebola outbreak has been declared in Guinea, marking the first cases reported there since West Africa’s devastating outbreak ended in 2016, WHO reports.   7 people fell ill after attending the burial of a nurse on February 1, and at least 3 people have died, The New…

The biggest COVID-19 treatment trial yet has found that an anti-inflammatory drug tocilizumab reduced the risk of death for people hospitalized with the disease, shortened hospital stays, and cut the need for mechanical ventilation,

Poverty and unemployment caused by COVID-19 are likely making children more vulnerable to being recruited as child soldiers, 

COVID-19 likely crossed over to humans from an animal, WHO investigators said Tuesday at a news briefing in China, shooting down the theory that the virus could have leaked from a Wuhan lab,

Despite being a “sequencing superpower,” the US is struggling to ramp up sequencing of SARS-CoV-2 variants—leaving it blind to rapidly emerging threats,

WHO-sponsored investigators in China to probe COVID’s origins say they have found important clues, suggesting their main findings could be released by mid-week,

Doctors in Burma (Myanmar) pledged to shut down government-run hospitals across the country to protest Monday’s new military coup,