His daughter's account has raised questions about the difference between physical dependence and addiction, side effects and potential treatments
Qi (Kevin) Jin was given the run around by Canadian government officials, who hadn't even told him about an American plane allowing Canadians on
An expert on palliative care takes a look at whether or not people can experience a rush of happiness before they die
The therapy involves ingesting small doses of peanut protein, gradually increased over time to help desensitize patients to higher levels
The apparently high initial mortality rates have shrunk as the number of infections grows, and many of the infected appear to have mild or no symptoms
In 1917, when the Germans had overtaken Passchendaele ridge, in Ypres, Belgium, a 19-year-old Trinidad native named Alfred Mendes wrote his name in the history books.
There are prices to be paid for nuance, so people stick to the simple line, even though there is often remarkable overlap in what people in opposing camps believe
The masks don't give a hermetic seal, so very small drops of the virus suspended in the air can still get through
The theories are bleeding over into already existing conspiracies about vaccination, suggesting if a coronavirus vaccine is developed, some may not get it
'We have to plan for the fact that we’re going to be managing this particular virus with no specific vaccine'