The Federal Government Is Planning To Order 5-Minute Coronavirus Tests — But Not Nearly Enough For Everyone Who Needs One
The White House has said the machine will revolutionize the beleaguered testing system in the US. But the feds have only planned to order enough tests for up to 5,500 people, according to emails obtained by BuzzFeed News.
People with no COVID-19 symptoms may be spreading the disease — but big questions remain about how much they are driving the pandemic.
More than a year after Altria took a one-third stake in Juul, valuing the e-cigarette company at $38 billion, the FTC is seeking to unwind the deal.
It’s the latest high-profile departure for the e-cigarette manufacturer.
This week, researchers in New York City started collecting blood from COVID-19 survivors. The hope is that their immunity can be shared with others.
It’s increasingly clear that early data out of China was an anomaly: The coronavirus is severely harming substantial numbers of people under 50, too.
Despite a recent alert from France’s health minister, experts say that coronavirus-related concerns about ibuprofen are unfounded.
“We Are Desperate”: 10 Nurses And Doctors Explain What It's Like To Fight The Coronavirus Without Enough Face Masks
“We want to protect public health and if we are sick there isn’t going to be anyone to treat these patients. America has no idea what it’s in for,” said one nurse practitioner.
People Who Haven’t Been Officially Diagnosed With The Coronavirus Are Fueling The Pandemic, Study Says
“I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s more than 50,000 people who have been infected at this point in the United States.”
This Elderly Couple Got Evacuated From The Grand Princess — And Still Can’t Get Tested For The Coronavirus
“We will be testing everyone on the ship,” said Vice President Mike Pence. But some passengers, now under quarantine in California, said their requests for testing have gone nowhere.
The big move comes shortly after the e-cigarette giant forced out top international executives as part of an effort to cut back $1 billion in spending in 2020.
A preliminary study sheds more light on the virus’s ability to linger in the environment.
As the coronavirus outbreak spreads across the US, we want to hear about your experiences with the testing shortage.
We contacted health officials in all 50 states and Washington, DC, to find out how many Americans have actually been tested for the coronavirus.
An Employee At Mark Zuckerberg And Priscilla Chan’s Charitable Organization Has Tested Positive For Coronavirus
All other employees at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative have been asked to work from home.
Genetic data suggests that Washington state is facing an “already substantial outbreak” that has gone undetected for weeks because of testing failures.
PFAS chemicals, which have turned up in drinking water in cities across the US, have been linked to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and kidney, testicular, prostate, breast, liver, and ovarian cancers.
The e-cigarette giant is forcing out its top Europe and south Asia executives and laying off staff in Singapore as part of an effort to cut back $1 billion in spending in 2020.
A Controversial Study Claimed To Explain Why Women Don’t Go Into Science And Tech. It Just Got A 1,113-Word Correction.
Jordan Peterson cited the study to argue women naturally aren’t interested in technical fields. But it presented a “contrived and distorted picture,” said an outside researcher.
Internal documents obtained by the Massachusetts attorney general as part of a new lawsuit are the clearest indication yet that the e-cigarette giant aimed its early advertising at young people who've never smoked.