Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies from Pancreatic Cancer
The three-time cancer survivor faced her most recent troubles in late 2018, when she had surgery for lung cancer that was discovered after she...
Meager Meals, Dirty Rooms: Life in ‘Quarantine U’
Students say meager meals, unclean quarters and a general lack of necessities has made isolation feel like a punishment – adding to an already...
Big Ten Reverses Decision, Will Have 2020 Season
The Big Ten joins the SEC, ACC and Big 12 among the "Power Five" conferences to play this year.
Some Psoriasis Meds May Also Help Prevent Heart Disease
Chronic inflammation in people with psoriasis is associated with the development of plaque in heart arteries, which increases the risk of coronary...
Loneliness Spikes In Older Adults During Pandemic
More than half said they sometimes or often felt isolated from others, which is more than double the 27% who reported the same feeling in a 2018 poll.
COVID May Have Been in LA Earlier Than Believed
There may have been cases of COVID-19 in Los Angeles as early as last December, months before the first known U.S. cases were identified, a new...
Early RA Treatment May Thwart Heart Disease
Starting drug treatment early in rheumatoid arthritis patients may reduce their risk of heart disease, a new study suggests.
Report: Trump Downplayed COVID Threat
President Trump said in early February that the new coronavirus was deadlier than the flu and that it could travel through the air, according to a...
Surgery May Help Treat Sleep Apnea
For people with sleep apnea who cannot tolerate continuous positive airway pressure, or CPAP, new research finds that a combination of surgical...
Low Vitamin D Might Raise Odds of COVID Infection
There's evidence that low blood levels of the "sunshine vitamin" -- vitamin D -- may increase a person's risk of infection with the new...
Campus Life in the COVID Era: 'We're Missing Out'
Many universities are putting the onus on students to prevent the spread of coronavirus – an approach both students and experts say creates mixed...
Why A Vaccine Won’t Be a Quick Fix for COVID-19
As important as a vaccine will be, some experts are already trying to temper expectations for how much it will be able to do.