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Natural Herd Immunity to COVID-19 Might Be Impossible
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Natural Herd Immunity to COVID-19 Might Be Impossible
Coronavirus antibodies can disappear, according to a new study, potentially killing hopes that natural herd immunity will end the COVID-19 pandemic.
July 11, 2020

Coronavirus antibodies can disappear, according to a new study, potentially killing hopes that natural herd immunity will end the COVID-19 pandemic.

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What We Know About How the Coronavirus Affects the Brain
Coronavirus Affects the Brain
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What We Know About How the Coronavirus Affects the Brain
Studies are finding that the coronavirus affects the brain as well as the lungs in some patients, causing delirium, strokes, and even fatal swelling.
July 11, 2020

Studies are finding that the coronavirus affects the brain as well as the lungs in some patients, causing delirium, strokes, and even fatal swelling.

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Should We Be Using AI Models for Diagnosing COVID-19?
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Should We Be Using AI Models for Diagnosing COVID-19?
Researchers are training algorithms to help predict the severity of COVID-19. But is AI ready for COVID-19?
July 10, 2020

Researchers are training algorithms to help predict the severity of COVID-19. But is AI ready for COVID-19?

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New Air Filter for COVID-19 Could Lower Risk of Being Indoors
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New Air Filter for COVID-19 Could Lower Risk of Being Indoors
A new air filter for COVID-19 heats up to nearly 400 degrees Fahrenheit to kill the coronavirus in aerosols.
July 8, 2020

A new air filter for COVID-19 heats up to nearly 400 degrees Fahrenheit to kill the coronavirus in aerosols.

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Is the Coronavirus Airborne, and Does It Matter?
Is the Coronavirus Airborne
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Is the Coronavirus Airborne, and Does It Matter?
Is the coronavirus airborne? More than 200 scientists have told the WHO that yes, it’s likely the coronavirus spreads through aerosols.
July 7, 2020

Is the coronavirus airborne? More than 200 scientists have told the WHO that yes, it’s likely the coronavirus spreads through aerosols.

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New Images Reveal Which Type of Face Mask Is the Best
Which Type of Face Mask Is the Best
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New Images Reveal Which Type of Face Mask Is the Best
To find out which type of face mask is the best, researchers rigged a mannequin’s head to a fog machine and then tested four masks on it.
July 5, 2020

To find out which type of face mask is the best, researchers rigged a mannequin’s head to a fog machine and then tested four masks on it.

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Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine Produces More Antibodies Than the Disease Itself
Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine
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Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine Produces More Antibodies Than the Disease Itself
Early data shows Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine produces immunity as good as, or better than, recovery from the virus.
July 4, 2020

Early data shows Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine produces immunity as good as, or better than, recovery from the virus.

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A Guide to Flying During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Flying During the Coronavirus Pandemic
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A Guide to Flying During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Flying during the coronavirus pandemic can increase your infection risk, but if you can't avoid it, here’s how to do so as safely as possible.
July 4, 2020

Flying during the coronavirus pandemic can increase your infection risk, but if you can't avoid it, here’s how to do so as safely as possible.

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Can Old Vaccines Be New Weapons Against COVID-19?
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Can Old Vaccines Be New Weapons Against COVID-19?
Well-established vaccines using weakened pathogens provide general immune benefits. Now researchers are proposing them to help fight COVID-19.
July 2, 2020

Well-established vaccines using weakened pathogens provide general immune benefits. Now researchers are proposing them to help fight COVID-19.

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What Are the Risks for Pregnant Women With COVID-19?
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What Are the Risks for Pregnant Women With COVID-19?
Pregnant women have a lot to worry about, but is stressing over coronavirus worth it? Here's the latest research.
June 30, 2020

Pregnant women have a lot to worry about, but is stressing over coronavirus worth it? Here's the latest research.

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Reopening Schools This Fall Could Benefit Children
Reopening Schools
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Reopening Schools This Fall Could Benefit Children
Experts in favor of reopening schools as soon as possible argue that school closures could be hurting young people’s physical, mental, and social health.
June 29, 2020

Experts in favor of reopening schools as soon as possible argue that school closures could be hurting young people’s physical, mental, and social health.

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The Long-Term Health Effects of COVID-19
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The Long-Term Health Effects of COVID-19
As their numbers swell, some survivors are reporting long-term health effects of COVID-19.
June 28, 2020

As their numbers swell, some survivors are reporting long-term health effects of COVID-19.

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Simple Tips for Choosing a Face Mask That Works
Choosing a Face Mask
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Simple Tips for Choosing a Face Mask That Works
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, face coverings are now mandatory in many states. Here’s what you need to know about choosing a face mask.
June 27, 2020

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, face coverings are now mandatory in many states. Here’s what you need to know about choosing a face mask.

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Who Is at High Risk for COVID-19? Experts Weigh In.
Who Is at High Risk for COVID-19
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Who Is at High Risk for COVID-19? Experts Weigh In.
Two COVID-19 risk factors are particularly likely to increase a patient’s chances of having a severe case, according to a new CDC report.
June 25, 2020

Two COVID-19 risk factors are particularly likely to increase a patient’s chances of having a severe case, according to a new CDC report.

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Does a Positive Antibody Test Mean I’m Immune? It Depends.
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Does a Positive Antibody Test Mean I’m Immune? It Depends.
As the conversation shifts from tracking and diagnosing COVID-19 to reopening society, people are now focused on antibody tests. But experts warn that an antibody screen may supply a false peace of mind.
June 20, 2020

As the conversation shifts from tracking and diagnosing COVID-19 to reopening society, people are now focused on antibody tests. But experts warn that an antibody screen may supply a false peace of mind.

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How To Stop COVID-19's Killer Cytokine Storm
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How To Stop COVID-19's Killer Cytokine Storm
COVID-19 can cause a potentially lethal cytokine storm, a runaway immune system response. Researchers are studying drugs they hope can calm the storm.
June 20, 2020

COVID-19 can cause a potentially lethal cytokine storm, a runaway immune system response. Researchers are studying drugs they hope can calm the storm.

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How Does the Coronavirus Spread? Expert Consensus Builds
How Does the Coronavirus Spread
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How Does the Coronavirus Spread? Expert Consensus Builds
Scientists are beginning to come to a consensus on coronavirus transmission.
June 19, 2020

Scientists are beginning to come to a consensus on coronavirus transmission.

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The First Life-Saving Coronavirus Drug Is a Common Steroid
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The First Life-Saving Coronavirus Drug Is a Common Steroid
A large clinical trial in the U.K. identified the cheap, widely available steroid dexamethasone as potentially the first life-saving coronavirus drug.
June 16, 2020

A large clinical trial in the U.K. identified the cheap, widely available steroid dexamethasone as potentially the first life-saving coronavirus drug.

Fixing Justice
Street Medics Tend to Protesters in the Midst of a Pandemic
Street Medics
Fixing Justice
Street Medics Tend to Protesters in the Midst of a Pandemic
Across the U.S., groups of volunteer street medics are dispensing medical care to police brutality protestors in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
June 15, 2020

Across the U.S., groups of volunteer street medics are dispensing medical care to police brutality protestors in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

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How Will Businesses Keep Employees Safe During COVID-19?
Keep Employees Safe During COVID-19
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How Will Businesses Keep Employees Safe During COVID-19?
Lockdowns are ending but the coronavirus pandemic isn’t over, so what can businesses do to keep employees safe during COVID-19?
June 14, 2020

Lockdowns are ending but the coronavirus pandemic isn’t over, so what can businesses do to keep employees safe during COVID-19?

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How Organoids Are Helping Scientists Fight the Coronavirus
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How Organoids Are Helping Scientists Fight the Coronavirus
Researchers are turning to organoids — lab-grown clumps of cells that mimic human organs — in an effort to better understand the coronavirus.
June 11, 2020

Researchers are turning to organoids — lab-grown clumps of cells that mimic human organs — in an effort to better understand the coronavirus.

Life After Lockdown
Are Handshakes Gone for Good?
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Life After Lockdown
Are Handshakes Gone for Good?
The spread of COVID-19 has turned an age-old gesture into a faux pas. As more people are wary of spreading germs, handshakes are becoming less of a cultural norm, but are they gone for good?
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By Doug Dais
June 10, 2020

The spread of COVID-19 has turned an age-old gesture into a faux pas. As more people are wary of spreading germs, handshakes are becoming less of a cultural norm, but are they gone for good?

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“That Is Insane”: The Strange, Deadly Coronavirus Immune Response
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“That Is Insane”: The Strange, Deadly Coronavirus Immune Response
Research suggests the coronavirus immune response is different than with other viruses. It may help inform treatments and our understanding of COVID-19.
June 7, 2020

Research suggests the coronavirus immune response is different than with other viruses. It may help inform treatments and our understanding of COVID-19.

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A Soaring Employment Rate and More COVID-19 Updates
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A Soaring Employment Rate and More COVID-19 Updates
In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.
June 5, 2020

In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.

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Wearables Can Detect Coronavirus Symptoms Early
Wearables that Detect Coronavirus Symptoms
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Wearables Can Detect Coronavirus Symptoms Early
A study involving more than 600 people found that the Oura Ring wearables can detect coronavirus symptoms 72 hours prior to onset with 90% accuracy.
May 31, 2020

A study involving more than 600 people found that the Oura Ring wearables can detect coronavirus symptoms 72 hours prior to onset with 90% accuracy.

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Gamers Are Helping Find Coronavirus Vaccines
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Future of Medicine
Gamers Are Helping Find Coronavirus Vaccines
Developing COVID-19 vaccines is a challenge. RNA platforms show some promise, but overcoming their drawbacks requires help — perhaps from a video game.
May 31, 2020

Developing COVID-19 vaccines is a challenge. RNA platforms show some promise, but overcoming their drawbacks requires help — perhaps from a video game.

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Japan Ends State of Emergency, Seniors DJ From Home, and More
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Japan Ends State of Emergency, Seniors DJ From Home, and More
In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.
May 29, 2020

In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.

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A New Electric Face Mask Kills the Coronavirus
Electric Face Mask
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A New Electric Face Mask Kills the Coronavirus
A new electric face mask prototype uses heat to kill the coronavirus. Another model generates an electric field that hinders its ability to infect cells.
May 27, 2020

A new electric face mask prototype uses heat to kill the coronavirus. Another model generates an electric field that hinders its ability to infect cells.

Future of Medicine
This Ultrasound Connects to an iPhone to Help Catch COVID-19
Portable Ultrasound Machine
Future of Medicine
This Ultrasound Connects to an iPhone to Help Catch COVID-19
Ultrasound can be a useful diagnostic tool for COVID-19. A portable ultrasound machine called the Butterfly iQ may make it safer.
May 24, 2020

Ultrasound can be a useful diagnostic tool for COVID-19. A portable ultrasound machine called the Butterfly iQ may make it safer.

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Is It Safe to Hang out With Friends Now?
Is It Safe to Hang out With Friends yet
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Is It Safe to Hang out With Friends Now?
As more states ease up on lockdown restrictions, many of us are asking: is it safe to hang out with friends now? Here's everything you need to know.
May 24, 2020

As more states ease up on lockdown restrictions, many of us are asking: is it safe to hang out with friends now? Here's everything you need to know.

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Children and Seniors to Join Oxford’s Coronavirus Vaccine Trial
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Children and Seniors to Join Oxford’s Coronavirus Vaccine Trial
Oxford University is enrolling people older than 70 and children between the ages of 5 and 12 in a Phase 2 coronavirus vaccine trial.
May 23, 2020

Oxford University is enrolling people older than 70 and children between the ages of 5 and 12 in a Phase 2 coronavirus vaccine trial.

Writing History
The Pandemic Time Capsule: Make Your Story a Part of History
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Writing History
The Pandemic Time Capsule: Make Your Story a Part of History
The novel coronavirus has changed life as we know it. Submit your story to a pandemic time capsule to help mark history.
May 23, 2020

The novel coronavirus has changed life as we know it. Submit your story to a pandemic time capsule to help mark history.

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Relaunching the NBA, Repairing Medical Devices, and More COVID-19 Updates
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Relaunching the NBA, Repairing Medical Devices, and More COVID-19 Updates
In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.
May 22, 2020

In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.

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Virus-Repellent Coating Could Help End the PPE Shortage
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Virus-Repellent Coating Could Help End the PPE Shortage
Researchers have created a virus-repellent coating for fabric that could help end the PPE shortage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
May 21, 2020

Researchers have created a virus-repellent coating for fabric that could help end the PPE shortage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Human Challenge Trials, Schools Reopening, and More COVID-19 Updates
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Human Challenge Trials, Schools Reopening, and More COVID-19 Updates
In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.
May 18, 2020

In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.

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Eating Out During the Coronavirus Looks a Little Different Now
Eating out During the Coronavirus
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Eating Out During the Coronavirus Looks a Little Different Now
Restaurant owners are looking for — and finding — creative ways to convince patrons that eating out during the coronavirus can be safe.
May 16, 2020

Restaurant owners are looking for — and finding — creative ways to convince patrons that eating out during the coronavirus can be safe.

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A Coronavirus-Detecting Face Mask Could Arrive This Summer
Coronavirus Face Mask
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A Coronavirus-Detecting Face Mask Could Arrive This Summer
Researchers from MIT and Harvard are developing a coronavirus-detecting face mask that gives off a fluorescent signal when it senses the virus.
May 16, 2020

Researchers from MIT and Harvard are developing a coronavirus-detecting face mask that gives off a fluorescent signal when it senses the virus.

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Blood Enzyme Could Explain Severe Impact of Coronavirus in Men
Coronavirus in Men
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Blood Enzyme Could Explain Severe Impact of Coronavirus in Men
A new study suggests that higher concentrations of the ACE2 blood enzyme could explain the particularly deadly impact of the coronavirus in men.
May 12, 2020

A new study suggests that higher concentrations of the ACE2 blood enzyme could explain the particularly deadly impact of the coronavirus in men.

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Why Is an Antigen Test a Big Deal for COVID-19?
Antigen Test
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Why Is an Antigen Test a Big Deal for COVID-19?
The FDA has issued its first emergency use authorization for a COVID-19 antigen test, a new type of test for diagnosing the coronavirus.
May 12, 2020

The FDA has issued its first emergency use authorization for a COVID-19 antigen test, a new type of test for diagnosing the coronavirus.

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A Nasal Spray for Coronavirus Prevention Is in Development
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A Nasal Spray for Coronavirus Prevention Is in Development
Scientists are developing a nasal spray for coronavirus prevention that uses a protein found in red algae to stop the virus from taking hold.
May 11, 2020

Scientists are developing a nasal spray for coronavirus prevention that uses a protein found in red algae to stop the virus from taking hold.

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Doctors Test Solution for COVID-19 Phenomena, Silent Hypoxia
Silent Hypoxia
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Doctors Test Solution for COVID-19 Phenomena, Silent Hypoxia
Doctors treating COVID-19 patients are testing the ability of common blood thinners to address silent hypoxia, one of the disease’s most alarming phenomena.
May 11, 2020

Doctors treating COVID-19 patients are testing the ability of common blood thinners to address silent hypoxia, one of the disease’s most alarming phenomena.

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The Truth About Coronavirus Mutations and More COVID-19 Updates
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The Truth About Coronavirus Mutations and More COVID-19 Updates
In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.
May 8, 2020

In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.

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Ultraviolet Cleaning Robots Kill Coronavirus at US Airport
Cleaning Robots
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Ultraviolet Cleaning Robots Kill Coronavirus at US Airport
Pittsburgh International Airport is using cleaning robots modified with ultraviolet light fixtures in an effort to kill the coronavirus.
May 8, 2020

Pittsburgh International Airport is using cleaning robots modified with ultraviolet light fixtures in an effort to kill the coronavirus.

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Cheap CRISPR-Based Coronavirus Test Delivers Fast Results
CRISPR-Based Coronavirus Test
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Cheap CRISPR-Based Coronavirus Test Delivers Fast Results
Scientists have unveiled STOPCovid, a CRISPR-based coronavirus test that avoids many of the shortcomings of existing diagnostic tests.
May 6, 2020

Scientists have unveiled STOPCovid, a CRISPR-based coronavirus test that avoids many of the shortcomings of existing diagnostic tests.

Stories of Resilience
COVID’s Unique Challenge For the Navajo Nation
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Stories of Resilience
COVID’s Unique Challenge For the Navajo Nation
With a lack of access to running water and other resources, the Navajo Nation faces a tough challenge in COVID-19. But the Diné are fighting back.
May 5, 2020

With a lack of access to running water and other resources, the Navajo Nation faces a tough challenge in COVID-19. But the Diné are fighting back.

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Newly Discovered Coronavirus Antibody Blocks Infection in Cell Cultures
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Newly Discovered Coronavirus Antibody Blocks Infection in Cell Cultures
A newly discovered coronavirus antibody produced using mice was able to prevent SARS-CoV-2 from infecting cells in the lab.
May 5, 2020

A newly discovered coronavirus antibody produced using mice was able to prevent SARS-CoV-2 from infecting cells in the lab.

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Will the Coronavirus End in the Summer?
Coronavirus in the Summer
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Will the Coronavirus End in the Summer?
Will the coronavirus end in the summer as a result of warmer temperatures? The public is hopeful, but here’s what the experts say.
May 2, 2020

Will the coronavirus end in the summer as a result of warmer temperatures? The public is hopeful, but here’s what the experts say.

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A Proposal to Infect Volunteers, the Race to a Vaccine, and More COVID-19 Updates
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A Proposal to Infect Volunteers, the Race to a Vaccine, and More COVID-19 Updates
In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.
May 1, 2020

In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.

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Where Can You Get Tested for the Coronavirus?
Get Tested for the Coronavirus
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Where Can You Get Tested for the Coronavirus?
Everything you need to know to get tested for the coronavirus, including COVID-19 testing requirements and resources to help you find testing sites.
April 30, 2020

Everything you need to know to get tested for the coronavirus, including COVID-19 testing requirements and resources to help you find testing sites.

Future of Medicine
Every Significant Breakthrough That’s Stemmed from the Pandemic
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Future of Medicine
Every Significant Breakthrough That’s Stemmed from the Pandemic
A timeline of coronavirus solutions from the people on the frontlines of the fight against COVID-19.
April 29, 2020

A timeline of coronavirus solutions from the people on the frontlines of the fight against COVID-19.

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Oxford Coronavirus Vaccine Could Be Ready by September
Oxford Coronavirus Vaccine
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Oxford Coronavirus Vaccine Could Be Ready by September
Millions of doses of an Oxford coronavirus vaccine now in the human trial stage could be ready by September, according to researchers.
April 28, 2020

Millions of doses of an Oxford coronavirus vaccine now in the human trial stage could be ready by September, according to researchers.

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Twin Study Suggests Genes Factor Into COVID-19 Symptoms
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Twin Study Suggests Genes Factor Into COVID-19 Symptoms
Genetic factors may explain about 50% of the differences in people’s COVID-19 symptoms, according to a study of more than 2,600 twins in the U.K.
April 27, 2020

Genetic factors may explain about 50% of the differences in people’s COVID-19 symptoms, according to a study of more than 2,600 twins in the U.K.

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An “Old School” COVID-19 Vaccine Appears to Work in Monkeys
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An “Old School” COVID-19 Vaccine Appears to Work in Monkeys
An in-development COVID-19 vaccine has protected animals from catching the novel coronavirus for the first time, according to the team behind it.
April 26, 2020

An in-development COVID-19 vaccine has protected animals from catching the novel coronavirus for the first time, according to the team behind it.

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Tons of Groups Are Improvising Coronavirus PPE. But Who Will Test It?
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Tons of Groups Are Improvising Coronavirus PPE. But Who Will Test It?
A newly formed group is gathering designs for coronavirus PPE and coordinating with testers to make sure the makeshift supplies are safe for use.
April 26, 2020

A newly formed group is gathering designs for coronavirus PPE and coordinating with testers to make sure the makeshift supplies are safe for use.

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DNA Might Be Able to Explain Varying Coronavirus Symptoms
Varying Coronavirus Symptoms
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DNA Might Be Able to Explain Varying Coronavirus Symptoms
Scientists are looking for genetic factors that could explain varying coronavirus symptoms amongst seemingly similar COVID-19 patients.
April 25, 2020

Scientists are looking for genetic factors that could explain varying coronavirus symptoms amongst seemingly similar COVID-19 patients.

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Would You Volunteer to be Infected With COVID-19?
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Would You Volunteer to be Infected With COVID-19?
Coronavirus vaccine development could take months. There’s a potential shortcut though: purposefully exposing research subjects to the virus.
April 25, 2020

Coronavirus vaccine development could take months. There’s a potential shortcut though: purposefully exposing research subjects to the virus.

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At-Home Test Kits, New Vaccine Developments, and More COVID-19 Updates
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At-Home Test Kits, New Vaccine Developments, and More COVID-19 Updates
In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.
April 24, 2020

In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.

Progress Report
Face Masks Made From... LEGO?
Face Masks Made From... LEGO?
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Progress Report
Face Masks Made From... LEGO?
The popular toy company that’s mass-producing PPE, how to fight the coronavirus from your computer, and more top stories in our weekly Progress Report.
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By Nick Tucker
April 24, 2020

The popular toy company that’s mass-producing PPE, how to fight the coronavirus from your computer, and more top stories in our weekly Progress Report.

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We May Need Fewer Ventilators for COVID-19 Patients Than We Expected
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We May Need Fewer Ventilators for COVID-19 Patients Than We Expected
A new study found that healthcare workers may be using ventilators for COVID-19 patients when they really don’t need to be.
April 24, 2020

A new study found that healthcare workers may be using ventilators for COVID-19 patients when they really don’t need to be.

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