Countries that prioritize the well-being of society in general have have fared better over the past year than more individualistic cultures.
Immunity after infection is unpredictable.
This decrease could lead to fewer doctors in less populated areas of the country
. . . and paid a price
Psychology offers some answers,
Optimism is warranted, but all of us — even the vaccinated — still need to be careful.
The drop could hamper epidemiologists’ ability to spot and stem new surges of the deadly infection.
The number of people who are or soon will be eligible will continue to outpace the availability of vaccine for some time.
In some cases, social media helps the young to learn about healthy eating or about new workouts to try.
Currently, the only approved drugs for Alzheimer’s merely alleviate some of the symptoms and do not stop the disease from progressing.
Nearly half the states have or are planning to launch a digital contact tracing system, but critics say the technology has overemphasized privacy at the cost of usefulness.
What is it? How do I get it? How common is it?
Will the antibodies we make after being infected with or vaccinated protect us against future viral variants?
Health care workers across the country say they feel underappreciated by their employers and disillusioned with the medical profession.
The paws of assistance dogs are cleaner than the shoe soles of their users.