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1 Labs experimenting with new (unproven) methods to create coronavirus vaccine fast
2 State-level data misses growing coronavirus hot spots in U.S., including in the South
3 Coronavirus survives on surfaces: Tips for handling money, food and more
4 COVID-19 infection prevention and control in long-term care facilities
5 Some COVID-19 patients still have coronavirus after symptoms disappear: study
6 What medications are safe for cases of COVID-19?
7 Single-patient isolation and transport system could help tackle the coronavirus outbreak
8 Lack of testing doesn't explain why Japan has so far escaped the worst of the coronavirus
9 What will it take to develop a vaccine for COVID-19? Global health expert explains
10 'Why am I having such a hard time when I'm not sick with the virus?'
11 Orthohantavirus--The virus many are googling (but you really don't need to worry about)
12 To get on top of the coronavirus, we also need to test people without symptoms
13 'In a crisis like this, an antiviral drug could buy us some time'
14 Coronavirus: Why lockdown may cost young lives over time
15 Explainer: what is contact tracing and how does it help limit the coronavirus spread?
16 How can we be more sure social media posts about coronavirus are accurate?
17 Disasters can affect cervical cancer screening for years
18 Shifts in chemical rhythms may cause eating behaviors that lead to obesity
19 Analysis: Household cleaning products effective against coronavirus
20 Impact of COVID-19 on homelessness
21 Do introverts have the edge in social distancing? Maybe not, psychologist says
22 Scientists identify gene that first slows, then accelerates, progression of ALS in mice
23 How can I treat myself if I've got--or think I've got--coronavirus?
24 Small hearts have strong vortex flow, large hearts have mild vortex
25 Two clinical studies to treat COVID-19 launched
26 COVID-19 linked to cardiac injury, worse outcomes for patients with heart conditions
27 Coronavirus: healthier ways to manage stress and keep your drinking in check
28 Coronavirus is making young adults sick--and spreading through them
29 As COVID-19 disrupts lives, words matter
30 'We're right to be optimistic,' says epidemiologist about search for COVID-19 vaccine
31 Citizen science: How you can contribute to coronavirus research without leaving the house
32 New drug could reverse treatment resistance in advanced multiple myeloma
33 Pink eye a possible early warning sign of coronavirus, eye doctors report
34 I won't have what he's having: The brain and socially motivated behavior
35 Quinn on Nutrition: Genes that fit
36 How to tell the difference between coronavirus and seasonal allergy symptoms
37 Study shows recurrent alterations in prostate cancer in Chinese patients differ from those in the west
38 Forgotten tale of phage therapy history revealed
39 How to boost immune response to vaccines in older people
40 Does everyone over 60 need to take the same coronavirus precautions?
41 H1N1 flu vs. COVID-19: Comparing pandemics and the response
42 Many of Philly's coronavirus cases are in young people. Experts explain why those numbers may be skewed.
43 People with disabilities are afraid they will be denied health care because of coronavirus
44 What does supportive care mean for patients with COVID-19?
45 Late-life depression severity varies by race, ethnicity
46 Is this nature's healthier meat replacement?
47 Higher intake of fruits, vegetables tied to fewer menopause symptoms
48 Addressing unhealthy lifestyles could increase life expectancy of those with severe mental illness
49 Online patient portal access aids diabetes management
50 Researchers develop ventilator costing less than $300
51 Mental issues sparked by pandemic could be 'silent killer': Red Cross
52 US navy hospital ship reaches virus-struck Los Angeles
53 Team releases plans for 3-D-printed masks
54 Benefiting from the national gene vector biorepository
55 From Dhaka to Gaza: How do you socially distance in a crowd?
56 Vitamin C may reduce ventilation time in critically ill patients
57 A plant-based diet helps to prevent and manage asthma, according to new review
58 Gene mutation enhances cognitive flexibility in mice, study suggests
59 COVID-19: Heart and kidney patients should keep taking their medicines
60 Lessons from the Spanish flu: Early restrictions lowered disease, mortality rates
61 CRG standardises COVID-19 data analysis to aid international research efforts
62 GM, Ford promise more ventilators after Trump criticism
63 UK local authorities not ready for the number of deaths from Covid-19
64 'Chronic' global shortage of virus protective gear 'urgent threat': WHO
65 Nigeria struggles towards shutdown as virus fears grow
66 A new way to study HIV's impact on the brain
67 Handling mail amid coronavirus: Low risk but wash your hands
68 Trump invokes defense powers to order GM to produce ventilators
69 Why the US is leading the world in confirmed coronavirus cases
70 'Super-spreader' guru puts Indian villages on high alert
71 Asia virus latest: China epicentre starts to reopen, security talks off
72 New York medical workers decry 'abysmal' lack of coronavirus protection
73 US lab unveils portable 5-minute COVID-19 test
74 Fears of domestic violence rise as millions confined over virus
75 As rich nations battle COVID-19, anxiety grows for low-income state
76 Virus prevention measures turn violent in parts of Africa
77 Another UK Cabinet member has COVID-19 symptoms
78 Moscow deserted after shops close to stop coronavirus
79 South Korea virus test-kit makers approved to export to US
80 Europe's virus toll surges but Wuhan cautiously reopens
81 Tech volunteers use 3-D printers to make crucial virus masks
82 UK lockdown will last 'significant' period: govt.
83 Couple run Dubai balcony marathon to beat coronavirus blues
84 Europe, US virus deaths surge as Trump reverses New York lockdown threat
85 China's virus epicentre pivots to stem imported cases
86 Hospitals turn to snorkel masks to ease respirator overload
87 Mysterious bone circles made from the remains of mammoths reveal clues about Ice Age
88 Tang Dynasty noblewoman buried with her donkeys, for the love of polo
89 The real economic victims of coronavirus are those we can't see
90 First pocket-sized artworks from Ice Age Indonesia show humanity's ancient drive to decorate
91 COVID-19: The perils of a 'just enough, just in time' food system
92 Kids are schooling at home. What now?
93 Lack of internet access in Southeast Asia poses challenges for students to study online amid COVID-19 pandemic
94 COVID-19 event cancellations: Communication is key to retaining public trust
95 The life and death of one of America's most mysterious trees
96 Expert sees tough slog ahead for workers, small businesses
97 Why fake news about coronavirus is appealing (and how to avoid it)
98 Recession appears 'inevitable' in wake of COVID-19 pandemic, expert says
99 Blind over-reliance on AI technology to manage international migration could lead to serious breaches of human rights
100 'Little Foot' skull reveals how this more than 3 million year old human ancestor lived
101 Telecommuting could curb the coronavirus epidemic
102 Mysterious ancient sea-worm pegged as new genus after half-century in 'wastebasket'
103 Expert explains why the odds of a coronavirus recession have risen
104 Expert discusses the coronavirus and weaknesses in the labor safety net
105 Coronavirus response a 'vast experiment' that's changing U.S. workplaces
106 Panicked consumers seek control amid the crisis
107 Coronavirus thrusting workforce 'into a grand experiment' with social distancing
108 Coronavirus puts casual workers at risk of homelessness
109 The economic risk of coronavirus
110 Will people do as they are told?
111 Dead Sea Scroll fragments in the Museum of the Bible found to be fake
112 Aboriginal scars from frontier wars
113 Coronavirus: How to conduct research and maintain social distancing
114 Coronavirus reminds Americans that pursuit of happiness is tied to the collective good