Prolonged brain dysfunction in COVID-19 survivors: A pandemic in its own right?
Rita Men, University of Florida Ending the pandemic depends on achieving herd immunity, estimated at 70% or even 80% to 90% of a population. With
Kelly Burrowes, University of Auckland International Women’s Day celebrates women’s achievements and raises awareness of the continuing mission towards gender equality. So it’s a good
The UK variant is likely deadlier, more infectious and becoming dominant. But the vaccines still work well against it
Kirsty Short, The University of Queensland New research published this week in the British Medical Journal found the coronavirus variant originating in the United Kingdom,
Sarah Pitt, University of Brighton When the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine was first authorised by the UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, it was hailed as
Yes, export bans on vaccines are a problem, but why is the supply of vaccines so limited in the first place?
Deborah Gleeson, La Trobe University News of the blockage of a shipment of 250,000 COVID-19 vaccines from Europe to Australia has caused concern and outrage.
Jamie Triccas, University of Sydney and Anthony (Tony) Cunningham, University of Sydney The United States’ drug regulator, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), said last
Clare Collins, University of Newcastle Celebrity testimonials abound for pills, potions and creams that purport to make you look younger. This time collagen supplements are
Ben Bramble, Australian National University Some of my vegan friends are reluctant to get the COVID-19 vaccine. These vaccines do not contain animal products. Yet
Nenad Naumovski, University of Canberra; Amanda Bulman, University of Canberra; Nathan M D’Cunha, University of Canberra, and Wolfgang Marx, Deakin University Sleep is essential for