In this episode of Inside Science Conversations, Phil Skiba discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected athletes and front-line workers.
A new study points to a particular antibody "signature" to predict the likelihood of lingering COVID-19 symptoms.
Study suggests the dangerous antibiotic-resistant bacteria known as MRSA first evolved naturally.
A particle accelerator-powered imaging tool has opened new windows into human anatomy.
While martinis probably aren't more protective than good travel habits, researchers can't explain the superspy's luck.
Fallen vaccination rates pose a threat to this vulnerable population.
The COVID-19 pandemic might have just been a trial run for the next virus threat.
Wearing masks for more than a year could have been a key factor in why many states can now lift mask wearing restrictions.
Cells exposed to an inflammatory signaling molecule are quicker to commit suicide -- but speed can lead to mistakes.
High-speed camera footage shows how the COVID-19 virus spreads through speech.
This month in pictures
Reductions in hunting due to COVID-19 restrictions may have led to less stress and better feeding opportunities for already thriving northern birds.