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Antibody levels naturally fade – the key question is whether infected people sustain adequate levels of T cells and B cells. Right now, we shouldn’t be overly worried. COVID-19 is a giant puzzle we are gradually unlocking.
A new study finds a link between having young children at home and a lower risk of catching COVID-19. But there are several important considerations that suggest these findings should be treated with caution.
Although they remain untested as a treatment, this suggests these drugs could be used as a therapeutic against the coronavirus.
How deadly is the coronavirus? What are the risks of death for people of different ages and demographics? Using random testing, researchers in Indiana were able to answer some of these questions.
A vaccine that is 70% effective might not be good enough if too few people are willing to be vaccinated, new research shows.
Even accounting for factors like age and population density, the role of air pollution in explaining the spread of COVID-19 cases is compelling.
A new study lays bare the average summer heat people in the UK can expect by century’s end. The country must begin preparations in earnest to weather the intense heatwaves that are to come.