One-quarter of older adults live alone – more than in any other country. Social and physical restrictions may pose particular challenges for these individuals.
As the health care system tries to solve the crisis in care around the coronavirus, pharmacists stand ready to help.
The data suggests we need a better strategy for handling patients with the coronavirus who need hospital and ICU beds.
Data from recent days point to encouraging results as a result of statewide stay at home orders. Researchers examined deaths and caseloads for California and New York.
Currently, social distancing and work-related avoidance behaviors are being practiced by many, but those with PhDs are practicing the greatest number of both.
Joel Hay led the development of a COVID-19 econometric model with country-specific logistic growth curves as functions of time from Day Zero (when the cumulative number of reported cases surpasses 100).
Researchers tried to untangle the complicated connection between feelings of vulnerability and behavior change in response to the coronavirus.
While the COVID-19 pandemic and the impending recession feel unprecedented, one pattern is eerily familiar. Low-SES workers and households are most likely to be hit hardest again.
Asian and black Americans are more likely to perceive discrimination and unfair treatment due to people thinking that they might have the coronavirus.
People with respiratory symptoms are well aware of key symptoms of the COVID-19, but might not apply the knowledge to their own symptoms and sufficiently adjust their behaviors to prevent the spread.