Health

Older Children and the Coronavirus: A New Wrinkle in the Debate

A new report from South Korea throws into question an earlier finding regarding transmission by older children.

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Clinical Trials of Coronavirus Drugs Are Taking Longer Than Expected

Antibody trials sponsored by Regeneron and Eli Lilly are off to a slow start because of a dearth of tests, overwhelmed hospitals and reluctant patients.

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Don’t Like What You See on Zoom? Get a Face-Lift and Join the Crowd.

Cosmetic surgeons say business is booming after elective surgery opened up, with quarantine proving a time to heal in secrecy from renovation of face and body.

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Can You Catch the Coronavirus from Frozen Food? Experts Say No.

Reports that the virus was detected in a trans-continental shipment of frozen chicken wings sparked concerns online. But experts aren’t worried.

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Managing Pandemic Health Risks on College Campuses

How college students can stay healthy during an unpredictable fall semester.

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In N.Y.C.’s Coronavirus Surge, a Frightening Echo of the 1918 Flu

This spring, death rates rivaled those seen during the country’s deadliest pandemic, a new study finds. “What 1918 looked like is basically this.”

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New Jersey Gym Owners Are Desperate to Reopen

New Jersey is one of seven states where health clubs have been barred from reopening. The governor says it’s too soon, but some gym owners are rebelling.

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He Was an Active Guy. Suddenly His Legs Ached After a Few Blocks.

He was in robust health, but then his legs hurt, he was chronically congested, even his ears became swollen. What could cause all that?

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Feel Like You’re Going Out of Your Mind? Consider Your Mind-Set

No one likes to make mistakes, but how you manage them can be a key to a stronger future.

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With Less Breastfeeding Support, Mothers Are Turning to Online Help

The pandemic has resulted in fewer resources for breastfeeding women, but experts say it’s still crucial to seek guidance.

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