NPR: How Reliable Are COVID-19 Tests? Depends Which One You Mean

Antibody tests, which can identify people with signs of past infection, are starting to be available. And a third type of test is on the way.

CNN HEALTH: Another wave of coronavirus will likely hit the US in the fall

Here’s why and what we can do to stop it.

VOX: Coronavirus’s new mystery: It’s causing strokes in healthy people

We’re learning that coronavirus can not only cause severe respiratory illness, but also can attack just about every major organ system in the body.

ZME SCIENCE: Scientists link vitamin D deficiencies to higher COVID-19 mortality rates

The role of Vitamin D in coronavirus infections seems to be more important by the day.

THE NEW YORK TIMES: Endless Summer Puts Homebound Kids at Risk for Weight Gain

With schools shuttered, the inactivity and snacking typical of summer breaks puts more students at risk of obesity and health ills.

MEDIUM: 7 Predictions for a Post-Coronavirus World

Remote work, automation, and telemedicine could soon become the new normal.

MINDFUL: 4 Ingredients for Human Well-Being

A psychologist explains how we can intentionally build more freedom, structure, and connection into quarantine life.

CNN HEALTH: The human needs driving the rise in gardening, and how to start one

People are starting vegetable gardens big and small, including a plethora of backyard plots and windowsill herbs.


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