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The prospect that malaria drugs will become go-to medications to treat COVID-19 before they’ve been rigorously tested is prompting safety warnings.
By now, you probably know the disease at the center of the global coronavirus pandemic is called COVID-19. But perhaps you don’t know why.
A study of 33 pregnant women in China with the new coronavirus found that three of them gave birth to babies with COVID-19. All three babies survived.
A loss of smell or taste may be an early sign of coronavirus infection, medical experts now say. It might serve as a useful COVID-19 screening tool.
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Even as people are told to stay home, many in Southern California seek out public spaces — beaches, hiking trails, sidewalks, parks — for relief.
Gardeners, take a deep breath. We’ve made a list of 10 garden tasks that can help save your sanity now and make the coming months much more pleasant.
When is a cough and a slight fever more than just a cough and a slight fever? When we’re in the midst of a coronavirus pandemic. Here’s what you should do next.
The next testing challenge in the coronavirus pandemic is to diagnose those who were infected and then recovered. They are the ones with COVID-19 immunity.
More than 3,000 cases of coronavirus infection have been confirmed in California and 67 people have died of COVID-19. Will the state be the next Italy?
As the number of coronavirus cases continues to increase, you may be wondering whether you should be wearing a mask when you leave your home.
Times science reporter Deborah Netburn answers kids questions about coronavirus, including whether you can get it twice and which parts of the body it attacks.
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