Nearly 2 in 3 educators (65% of 1,907 total) polled by EdWeek’s Research Center in late May say they would prefer that schools remain closed to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
New studies find a much more comfortable swab test, performed by patients themselves, works just as well.
A roundup of the latest news about COVID-19
As states begin to reopen pools, many are wondering if it’s safe to head back into the water.
The grosser someone sounds when they cough or sneeze, the more likely you are to suspect they have a contagious infection -- even if it's not true.
HIV can reside in brain cells and spread the AIDS-causing virus to the body, a new study in mice indicates.
Pregnant women with COVID-19 who deliver by cesarean section may be at greater risk for complications that affect them and their babies, new research suggests.
A new survey offers an initial snapshot of love under lockdown: some more arguments, regular declarations of love, and a good dose of same-old, same-old.