A new study suggests the coronavirus itself causes blood clots more than we realized.
There’s no short cut to a healthy army of white blood cells.
New findings suggest that immune response to COVID-19 may be long-lasting.
One dose can be effective, but for how long?
The US president’s age makes him more vulnerable to the virus and its many side effects.
Some scientists are confident that the immune system’s aggressive response to the virus is only part of the story.
New guidelines on quarantining send a mixed message.
More evidence is needed to determine whether people who recover from the novel coronavirus are vulnerable to reinfection.
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