Primary Care Doctors Feel Left Out of Vaccine Rollout

Despite their eagerness to participate, only one of five primary care physicians said they were giving the vaccine to their patients, according to a survey conducted in mid-January by the Larry A. Green Center with the Primary Care Collaborative, a nonprofit. Given

Running Is a Total Body Affair

Much of this research came from the mind and laboratory of Daniel Lieberman, a professor of human evolutionary anatomy at Harvard University and author of the new book “Exercised,” which delves into exercise and evolution. At first, most of his and other

With Mission to China, W.H.O. Tries to Rehabilitate Its Image

A team of World Health Organization scientists said on Tuesday in China that the coronavirus probably first spread to humans through an intermediate animal host and was “extremely unlikely” the result of a lab accident. The findings, delivered after 12 days of

With Mission to China, W.H.O. Tries to Rehabilitate Its Image

A team of World Health Organization scientists said on Tuesday in China that the coronavirus probably first spread to humans through an intermediate animal host and was “extremely unlikely” the result of a lab accident. The findings, delivered after 12 days of

Dental Practices Change in the Covid Era

Ann Enkoji normally enjoys seeing her dental hygienist, but when her dentist’s office in Santa Monica, Calif., canceled her cleaning visit last spring, she felt relieved. She had been wary of keeping the appointment anyway, worried about someone else’s fingers and instruments

Coronavirus Variant Tracker

Each coronavirus contains nearly 30,000 letters of RNA. This genetic information allows the virus to infect cells and hijack them to make new viruses. Diagram of the CORONAVIRUS GENOME Diagram of the CORONAVIRUS GENOME Diagram of the CORONAVIRUS GENOME As an infected

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