Displaced students and teachers balancing storm recovery and a mix of in-person and virtual classes need support, but most schools lack funding or capacity for mental health services.
As a healthcare professional, primary caretaker of her sister, and a guiding hand in the lives of her elderly parents and two children, Misha has focused her life on helping others.
Hidden beneath the open space, jewel lakes, and dense forests of rural Pennsylvania is frustration in households that are struggling to keep pace with the modern world.
A new study offers an explanation of why people who recover from COVID-19 sometimes later test positive for SARS-CoV-2.
Although several vaccines have won emergency use authorizations in multiple nations, they will remain in short supply for many months—even in wealthy countries.
Among groups at higher risk of dying from COVID-19, people with DS stand out.
The first batch of 2.9 million doses is enough to cover just 0.9% of the U.S. population. Who should be the first to get the vaccine?
The government of Trinidad and Tobago deported 16 Venezuelan children and their mothers in two boats on November 22, after arresting them upon entry without visas. The following day they returned to Trinidad and remained isolated in quarantine due to the coronavirus. Prime Minister Keith Rowley’s government considers them illegal migrants and demands they return to Venezuela.
Many countries had made progress against the marriages of girls in recent decades, but COVID-19’s economic havoc has caused significant backsliding.
To be an immigrant in Las Vegas is to see the coronavirus economy at its worst.
Farmers in Florida are fighting two invisible beasts: the virus and severe weather.
Backers of Australia’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate halted its further development after some who received the vaccine in a safety trial generated antibodies to the AIDS virus.