Researchers say continuing to socially distance may weaken the human microbiome, making people more vulnerable to future infections.
In a new report in The BJM, scientists argue that the six-foot social distancing rule is part of oversimplified, overly rigid, and outdated science.
Financially secure Americans who can afford to stay home and avoid crowds are doing so, while lower-income families must venture outside to make ends meet.
People who once avoided social distancing changed their minds after being educated about COVID-19's tendency for exponential, not linear, growth.
There's much we don't know about the airborne transmission of coronavirus, but a study shows that a slight breeze can propel saliva 18 feet in five seconds!
Any high-stress situation can take a toll on one's mental health, and the coronavirus pandemic presents us with some unique hardships that many of us have never faced before.