“We will stay at it, with continued rigor, for however long it takes," said a joint intelligence agency statement about the remaining, unsolved, Havana Syndrome cases.
Can you test negative for COVID but still have it? This is why it seems to take so long for a rapid test to turn positive.
You Can Get Free N95 Masks. Here Are 11 Things To Know About Where To Find Them And How To Use Them.
The government is shipping free N95 masks to a store near you. Here’s where to get them, when to use them, and why they work better than other masks.
Republicans Are Changing State Medical Board Rules So It’s Easier For Doctors To Prescribe Hydroxychloroquine And Ivermectin
Republicans in state legislatures across the country are pushing, and in some cases passing, bills that limit medical boards’ authority over COVID treatments.
People Of Color Don’t Get Monoclonal Antibodies As Often As Their White Counterparts, According To A New Analysis
When it comes to treatment with monoclonal antibodies, a CDC report finds that some people with COVID are less likely to get them than others.
“I think in many ways, we are just as flabbergasted as the rest of society about how Omicron has seemingly come from nowhere,” one scientist said.
The massive blast caused atmospheric shock waves seen by orbiting weather satellites.
The announcement is part of a plan to expand access to rapid testing, but most tests won’t be available for at least two weeks.
“Temperatures will keep rising as long as we keep increasing greenhouse gases,” one climate scientist said.
“It’s going to get worse before it gets better,” one doctor said.
“People Aren’t Going To Realize It Until They Call 911 And No One Comes”: How Omicron Could Push Hospitals Over The Edge
The cruel irony is that what appears to be the mildest widespread variant of the coronavirus is the one that risks pushing the US hospital system to the brink.
NOAA announced that at least 688 people died from extreme weather in 2021, but BuzzFeed News has shown that the true toll is much higher.
We Asked Experts To Tell Us The Most Important Things To Know About Kids And COVID Because Honestly, It’s Confusing
Here’s what to know right now about protecting children from COVID-19, how dangerous it is for them, and the real risk of long COVID in kids.
“Pediatric hospitalizations are at the highest rate compared to any prior point in the pandemic,” the CDC’s director warned.
The state now says that 246 people were killed in last February’s winter storm. An updated analysis by BuzzFeed News puts the number at more than 750.
Jail Time For An “Imaginary Crime”: It’s Almost Impossible To Overdose Just By Touching Fentanyl, But People Are Being Locked Up For It Anyway
“People should not be in jail for imaginary crimes,” one expert said.
Anthony Fauci says the CDC is aware of recent pushback to its changes to isolation guidelines and may soon alter them.
“This Is Climate Change Barging Through The Front Door”: Water Scarcity Is Forcing Changes In How The Colorado River Is Shared
Huge decisions will be made in the next few years about who gets water from the shrinking Colorado River. Basin tribes are fighting to get their share.
The White House Is Defending The CDC’s New 5-Day Coronavirus Isolation Guideline For Asymptomatic People
“We are standing on the shoulders of two years of science,” the CDC director said.
Why one global health expert is urging more focus on vaccine sharing.
Experts welcomed the decision to shorten the isolation period to five days, but many are still concerned testing negative first hasn't been prioritized.
No one is accurately measuring how many people are dying from climate change and extreme weather. This is a fatal mistake that takes pressure off political leaders.
The climate crisis is here, the US is woefully unprepared, and people are already paying with their lives.
“I've invested too much hope only to be burned. I'm not going to hold stock in the future anymore.”
He put nature conservation on a scientific footing, battled colleagues who were enraged by his biological explanations of human behavior, and won two Pulitzer prizes — all inspired by ants.
Every day, decisions are being made based on rapid COVID tests. How common are false negatives, and can you trust the results?
“This spreads so fast that if you look at what's going on today, it's actually already happened 10 to 14 days ago,” one expert said.
“The capacity for superspreading events is really extraordinary,” one expert said.
Multiple tornadoes touched down in several states last Friday, causing widespread destruction and leaving scores of people dead and injured.
The FDA has permanently lifted a restriction on the mailing of abortion pills. Here’s what that means for the changing rules on abortion access.