Two brothers have given everything to treat raptors injured by a popular pastime.
As a horse’s hoof forms, scientists say something profound is occurring in its anatomical development.
American officials say that for weeks, China has ignored all offers of help from disease-fighting agencies.
More than 900 people have died from the new virus in China. The 2002-3 epidemic, which also began in the country, killed 774 people worldwide.
The country is scrambling to prevent a larger outbreak even as it prepares for the Tokyo Olympics.
“Real Life” follows a pivotal weekend in the life of a black gay student in the Midwest, something Brandon Taylor said was an effort to write himself into the campus-life genre he loves reading.
Health officials are focusing on faster diagnoses of the coronavirus. A Chinese doctor who warned of the outbreak has died.
“What kind of government is this?’ asks a family of three generations sickened by the new virus and desperate for care in Wuhan, the Chinese city at the center of the outbreak.
The size and frequency of thunderstorms has risen along with global temperatures, researchers at the University of Tel Aviv found.
China is racing to screen ever more patients in Hubei Province, acknowledging that delays in diagnosing the virus are a major obstacle to controlling the epidemic.
The number of confirmed infections rose to 37,198, most of them in Hubei Province, Chinese officials said on Sunday.
“This is the foreshadowing of what is to come,” a researcher said. “It’s exactly in line of what we’ve been seeing for decades.”
He shared the prize with Rita Levi-Montalcini for research that opened the door to a clearer understanding of dementia, cancer and other maladies.
A highly contagious patient, virus transmission inside a hospital and unexpected turns for the worse have emerged as part of the epidemic in China.
Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watching the global supply chain.
Privately, Chinese doctors say they need outside expertise. But Beijing, without saying why, has shown no interest so far.
The Justice Department has told four carmakers that they violated no laws when they negotiated a fuel economy standard with California that is more stringent than Washington’s.
A software glitch that could have destroyed the capsule was fixed in orbit, during an uncrewed December test flight that had already gone awry.
Patients in a clinical trial will receive a placebo or remdesivir, which has shown promise in laboratory studies.
Two of the nearly 100 people on a ship stuck in an ice floe for a year explain what it's like to live in polar darkness while studying how the Arctic's climate is changing.
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