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Americans spend millions of dollars on rabies treatments each year. They don’t have to.
The disease is rare, over-diagnosed, and largely mistreated in the US.
The CDC says COVID-19 is no match for two masks
Here’s everything you need to know this week.
The US is averaging more than 250,000 COVID-19 cases a day
Here’s the latest case counts, death rates, and other data on the ongoing pandemic.
The WHO and FDA are at odds over remdesivir
Here’s what you need to know this week.
Across the US, COVID-19 slams rural towns, suburbs, and cities alike
Hospital beds are filling up quickly in some regions.
Herd immunity, contact tracing, and other terms to help you understand COVID-19
A glossary to get you through this epidemic—or is it a pandemic?
The truth about asymptomatic COVID-19
The World Health Organization’s recent comments are confusing, but you shouldn’t stop taking precautions.
Trump’s move to pull WHO funds could make the pandemic worse
International collaboration, which the World Health Organization helps provide, is key to getting through a pandemic.
Face masks are now recommended for all, but how much do they help?
The coverings alone won’t keep you healthy, but they will provide some protection.
The World Health Organization knows ‘burnout’ is a problem—but is it a disease?
ICD-11 has a few crucial changes.