Africa has so far been spared the worst of the coronavirus. That could soon change.

Africa has so far been spared the Worst of the Coronavirus. That could soon...

“I don’t know what ‘flattening the curve’ really means in this part of the world,” one expert told Vox....
What we can learn from the “second wave” of coronavirus cases in Asia

What we can learn from the “second wave” of coronavirus cases in Asia

Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan show the challenges of fighting this pandemic. Right now, if...
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“Human challenge trials,” where healthy volunteers would be exposed to Covid-19, explained

Advocates say human trials could speed up the development of a coronavirus vaccine. As a...
The US now has more confirmed coronavirus cases than anywhere else in the world

The US now has more confirmed coronavirus cases than anywhere else in the world

Here’s how the US got here — and what to do next. March 26 marked...
The challenges to the healthcare professionals by COVID-19

The Challenges to the Healthcare Professionals by COVID-19

COVID-19 pandemic will overwhelm the already overburdened personnel working in the healthcare sector. The doctors, nurses, paramedics, and other...
How bad could the coronavirus get in the US? I asked an expert.

How bad could the Coronavirus get in the US? I asked an expert.

“We’re beyond containment now.” As the Covid-19 coronavirus spreads across the US, the government’s response has...
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WHO just declared another polio virus strain eradicated. There’s one more to go.

Once a leading killer of children, polio has nearly been wiped out by a global vaccination effort.
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What is mindful working and how can it boost your mental health?

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Fitness: How to change a sedentary lifestyle

When we learn movement as children, we harness our metabolic capacity. But as we discontinue it as adults, the...
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5 reasons why the shrinking GDP isn’t a reason to panic

The US GDP fell at an annual rate of 2.9 percent in the first quarter, its slowest rate of...

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