It might feel like there is a never-ending stream of confusing news articles about coronavirus. Our stories are different: they're all written by scientists, for everyone else.

Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 improves mental health

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People who received the COVID-19 vaccine experienced less depression and anxiety compared to unvaccinated individuals

Danielle Llaneza, Hunter College

Why does COVID-19 often cause brain fog?

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Elizabeth Burnette, University of California, Los Angeles

Can monitoring indoor carbon dioxide levels predict how COVID-safe a room is?

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The gas can be a proxy for stagnant air — but the answer is complicated

Krystal Vasquez, California Institute of Technology

Storytelling is the antidote to Americans' mistrust of science

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Jamie L Peeler, Pennsylvania State University

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Women scientists are bearing the brunt of COVID-19's impacts

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International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2021 marks countless setbacks for the science world

Kristen Vogt Veggeberg, University of Illinois at Chicago

Why do the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines need to be kept so cold?

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Joshua Peters, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

It's time to track city sewage for emerging diseases, not just COVID-19

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The current pandemic accelerated the wastewater epidemiology techniques, but researchers hope to continue the practice to prevent the next one

Lauren Sara McKee, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

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What will dexamethasone do to President Trump?

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The cognitive and immunological effects of steroids face a test at a critical point in Trump's illness

Max G. Levy, Science and Health Journalism

T cells could be the key in developing an effective COVID-19 vaccine

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Our bodies have two main types of T cells. Together they can help us fend off this virus

Paige E Pistono, UC Berkeley