THE NEW YORK TIMES: Lost Sense of Smell May Be Peculiar Clue to Coronavirus Infection
Doctor groups are recommending testing and isolation for people who lose their ability to smell and taste, even if they have no other symptoms.
What are the telling signs that you may have the novel coronavirus, also known as Covid-19?
The United States keeps reacting too late to the coronavirus, prolonging its economic pain and multiplying its toll on Americans’ health.
NEWSWEEK: The Dire Consequences of Stopping Social Distancing During Spread of Coronavirus Explained
Top John Hopkins University Public Health Expert says lifting Coronavirus restrictions now could kill millions.
FUTURITY: Do I have COVID-19?
A new online tool lets people everywhere assess how likely it is they’ve contracted the coronavirus.
Research has long shown that co-operation and social support are fundamental to happiness. Caring for each other makes us feel better.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: Burnout Isn’t Just in Your Head. It’s in Your Circumstances.
We can fight emotional exhaustion by decreasing demands, increasing support and enhancing control.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: Scientists Identify 69 Drugs to Test Against the Coronavirus
Two dozen of the medicines are already under investigation.