COVID-19 May Cause Heart Problems in Those Who Had None Before, Coronavirus Study Finds

COVID -19 has been linked to heart problems even in those without preexisting c ardiovascular conditions, according to a review of existing scientific studies. The authors of the paper published in the journal JAMA Cardiology looked at research on the new coronavirus named SARS-CoV-2 which causes COVID-19, as well on the seasonal flu, and other members of the coronavirus family: SARS and MERS.

How Scientists Are Already Testing a Coronavirus Vaccine When It Can Take Decades

A century ago, on July 26, 1916, a viral disease swept through New York. Within 24 hours, new cases of polio increased by more than 68 percent. The outbreak killed more than 2,000 people in New York City alone. Across the United States, polio took the lives of about 6,000 people in 1916, leaving thousands more paralyzed.

Coronavirus is Stressing Americans More Than the Great Recession Did: Poll

More Americans than those who lived during the Great Recession are reporting stress because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a poll, as mental health groups record a deepening anxiety across the country.

The Potential New Coronavirus Treatments Scientists Are Testing to Help Patients With COVID-19

As the coronavirus which causes COVID -19 continues to spread around the world, scientists are working tirelessly to create specific treatments for it.

New Coronavirus Testing Kit Enables Potential COVID-19 Patients to Swab Themselves Without Risking Health...

Scientists have created a self-administered test for COVID -19, which they claim is as accurate as screenings by medical professionals.

Pregnant Women With COVID-19 Passing Coronavirus on to Babies ‘Cannot Be Ruled Out,’ Scientists...

The potential for mothers to pass the new coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, on to their babies "cannot be ruled," according to the authors of a study.

A Two-Day Workweek During the Coronavirus Lockdown Has Been Proposed—But How Realistic Is That?

Academics at an Israeli research institute have suggested that, in order to balance the public health and economic concerns over the coronavirus pandemic, heavily-impacted societies could allow people to work as normal on two days of the week and lockdown for the remainder.

Coronavirus: A new type of vaccine using RNA could help defeat COVID-19

A century ago, on July 26, 1916, a viral disease swept through New York. Within 24 hours, new cases of polio increased by more than 68%. The outbreak killed more than 2,000 people in New York City alone. Across the United States, polio took the lives of about 6,000 people in 1916, leaving thousands more paralyzed.

Americans disagree on how risky the coronavirus is, but most are changing their behavior anyway

As the coronavirus began to spread in the United States, people faced an unknown risk and evolving health recommendations. Policy measures to curb the coronavirus epidemic have turned the world upside down, and the true impact of this global pandemic is yet to be seen.

What does a state of emergency mean in the face of the coronavirus?

Following Donald Trump’s declaration of a federal state of emergency nearly two weeks ago, every state except West Virginia had also declared a state of emergency over COVID-19.

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The games may be fake, but Sean Grande and Cedric Maxwell are really calling...

Jayson Tatum scored 28 points, including a go-ahead baseline jumper late in the fourth quarter, and the Celtics prevailed for the sixth time in eight games Thursday night with a 110-107 road victory over the Memphis Grizzles in a satisfying bit of suspended disbelief.

Tokyo Olympics organizers considering July 2021 for opening ceremony

LONDON — The Summer Olympics in Tokyo, postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, will likely open on July 23, 2021, according to people familiar with the matter.

Rhode Island has its first 2 deaths from the coronavirus

Rhode Island announced its first two deaths from the coronavirus on Saturday, the same day that the state National Guard was expected to be going door to door in coastal communities to find visitors from New York.