Architects are already looking beyond COVID-19 to imagine the office of 2025 and beyond — an office that will keep us safe on the job, whatever pandemic virus strikes next.
The U.S. now reports about 100,000 fewer daily tests than it did in late July, according to the COVID Tracking Project at ‘The Atlantic’.
Healthcare workers are calling for better COVID-19 protocols and a patient-nurse ratio limit.
Earlier this summer, Chicago hoped to have 600 contact tracers hired by mid-September. But the city just announced the 31 organizations that will do that hiring.
Scientists are racing to develop a vaccine that proves “safe and effective.” It may not prevent infection in everyone who gets it, but it still could eventually stop the pandemic. Here’s how.
Anxiety and depression among teens and youth are getting worse since COVID lockdowns began in March, early studies suggest, and many experts say they fear a corresponding increase in suicide.
Do you have exciting plans this weekend? Reset brings on two outdoorsy mavens to share some ideas for connecting with nature.
A new NPR-Harvard poll surveyed residents in four major U.S. cities to get a deeper sense of the toll COVID-19 has had on our finances.
Months later, what has science learned about COVID-19?
Despite pandemic struggles for some hospitals, Chicago-based Northwestern plans to affiliate with another suburban hospital, which would be the 11th in its system.