To the immune system, not all germs are equally memorable. But our body’s cells seem to be seriously studying up on the coronavirus.
The Food and Drug Administration on Saturday authorized emergency use of a new and inexpensive saliva test for Covid-19 that could greatly expand testing capacity.
The US death toll from the coronavirus pandemic is set to reach 200,000 by Labor Day as children across the country prepare to return to school, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) forecast.
Cardiologists are increasingly concerned that coronavirus infections could cause heart complications that lead to sudden cardiac death in athletes.
Why it matters: Even if just a tiny percentage of COVID-19 cases lead to major cardiac conditions, the sheer scope of the pandemic raises the risk for those who regularly conduct the toughest physical activity — including amateurs who might be less aware of the danger.
A man who contracted COVID-19 the same week he was set to be married refused to let the virus get in his way of tying the knot with his soulmate.
Manhattan is a raging renter’s market, new data show.
There were 13,117 vacant rental apartments in the borough last month — a 122 percent increase over July 2019, according to the Elliman Report.
Last July, there were only 5,912 units available, according to the report by real estate experts Douglas Elliman and Miller Samuel.
Americans and legislators looking over President Donald Trump's COVID-19 relief executive actions, which range from
The study examines how four South Florida counties that are hotspots for coronavirus — Miami Dade, Palm Beach, Monroe and Broward — would influence the spread of COVID-19 should a Category 3 hurricane hit the area and force some residents to flee to safer regions.