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'You can see it helps put them at ease,' said Dr. Momen Abbasi of Hadassah Hospital in Israel.
The drug, approved by the FDA for other uses, could arrive by the end of March.
Fashion designer Rinat Brodach calls filming 'Making the Cut' a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
This is the first time that a teacher from the Einstein Institute of Mathematics has won the prestigious award.
The artificially intelligent machines can take a patient's temperature and diagnose some symptoms, updating doctors with the latest results.
From buying Netflix gift cards to delivering groceries and good cheer, no act is too small in the #CoronaConnectionChallenge.
We had 30 minutes to ask an infectious disease expert everything we wanted to know about the fast-spreading virus.
She made headlines at the Tribeca Film Festival, nearly won an Oscar and is now at work on a film for Time magazine celebrating the lives of the world's most notable women.
As we gear up for the final season of 'Homeland,' test your IQ about Carrie Mathison, Saul Berenson and much more.
Beatie Deutsch only took up running four years ago, but has already qualified for the Summer Olympics.
Filmmakers shine a light on the tireless dedication of staff at the Israeli Wildlife Hospital near Tel Aviv.
From the common cold and flu to the coronavirus, it's more useful for someone who is already sick to cover their face, according to an infectious disease doctor.
Researchers from the Breakthrough Listen project have made the unprecedented data trove accessible in the hopes of finding intelligent extraterrestrials.
Four years of research on chickens with the disease led to the discovery. 'It's totally game-changing,' CEO says in exclusive interview.
Dr. Ran Nir-Paz is on the front line tending to cruise ship passengers, and is hopeful the spread of the disease is slowing down.