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The disease can't be treated with these drugs, but antibiotic use is rising anyway, in ICUs and among the worried well.
What can you do for a friend when you can't give them a hug? We talked to some experts to find out.
About half of the nation's food is typically consumed in group settings like restaurants and schools. Quickly rerouting the supply chain isn't easy.
It’s not the first time the comic serial has proven prophetic.
Math used to be a comfort zone for me in times of confusion. Not anymore.
British researchers studied Bronze Age weapons and modern-day relics to study fighting styles and how they evolved 3,000 years ago.
Hostile sexist views decrease with age for boys and girls - but more benevolent, patronising but well-meaning sexist views stick around in boys until age 11 at least, a new US study suggests.
According to a report from the security firm ZecOps which was first highlighted by Motherboard , a pair of flaws uncovered in Apple's current iOS 13 have been exploited by hackers 'in the wild.'
Organizations have signed an open latter to ask social media and content-sharing platforms like to preserve information on COVID-19 that is deemed to be misleading even after it's been taken down
Preparing your morning brew using a filter-based approached is best to avoid heart problems and lower cholesterol - and is better for you than not drinking coffee, European researchers found.