Many of us are using Zoom to stay connected with co-workers, family, and friends during the coronavirus pandemic. But too much an lead to "Zoom fatigue."
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Nearly all people hospitalized with COVID-19 develop antibodies against the virus within six days of testing positive, new research indicates.
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The drop in carbon dioxide emissions during the COVID-19 pandemic shows we can change our energy-hungry behavior—and how much further we have to go.
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Reading your partner's emotions can be good for the relationship, but not when contempt and anger come into play, research finds.
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The antibody S309, first identified in a blood sample from a recovered SARS patient, inhibits the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, researchers report.
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A new analysis of Facebook comments show how social media and identity can lead to hate and dehumanization of other people, step by step.
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Having odd dreams lately? You're not alone. A neurologist explains why the COVID-19 pandemic has affected our dreams—and what you can do about it.
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