pandemic

Is pandemic finally over? We asked the experts.

Public health officials agree that the end of the pandemic is in sight but not here yet. So where does…

1 month ago

Pregnancy, childbirth, the pandemic, and stress

For two years, the interdisciplinary Project IGNITE has followed 1,000 pregnant individuals and their children to learn more about what…

2 months ago

Genetic tests set to reduce burden of joint replacement surgery

A range of ground-breaking genetic tests could help predict whether joint replacements succeed or fail. These new genetic tests are poised…

2 months ago

Self-employed among hardest hit by pandemic

The FINANCIAL -- Self-employed workers in the UK were among the hardest hit by the pandemic and their incomes and businesses…

4 months ago

Don’t let latest COVID surge overshadow progress, says Hanage

Epidemiologist explains how to stay on guard against subvariants, noting role of protective measures in transition to new pandemic phase…

6 months ago

Pandemic has made young people more depressed, research finds

A new study measuring the impact of COVID-19 on the wellbeing and mental health of adolescents has found that the…

6 months ago

Women in England had predominantly negative experiences of childbirth during pandemic in 2020

The FINANCIAL  -- 47% of parents in a national survey reported negative experiences of giving birth during the pandemic in…

7 months ago

The price of a pre-pandemic lifestyle

When all restrictions are lifted, simulation study predicts COVID-19 deaths will eventually rebound. As COVID numbers fall and mandates lift, the…

8 months ago

New COVID-19 roadmap: Four takeaways

Each new phase of this pandemic has presented something distinct to cope with and understand. In the United States, the…

8 months ago

The Pandemic’s Psychological Scars

It’s been a long and uncertain road, with some groups shouldering a disproportionately greater burden of mental anguish from COVID-19.…

8 months ago

Perceptions shaped social behavior during the pandemic

Research from Penn psychologists found that Americans who most feared losing their connections continued interacting with others, paradoxically acting in…

9 months ago

We need to define the rules of a post-pandemic world

The FINANCIAL -- Clear messaging is key to any campaign, especially if you want people to behave in a certain…

10 months ago

Omicron Optimism and Shift from Pandemic to Endemic

With Omicron’s surge peaking in some U.S. states, experts this week sounded a wary note of optimism that better times…

10 months ago

How Lockdown Affected People’s Sex Lives

Over 6,500 people took part in the web-panel study, which saw Glasgow academics partner with researchers from University College London…

10 months ago

Omnichannel, the metaverse, and creativity in marketing

Things are changing—fast. The retail sector continues to reflect these changes as it keeps up with consumer demand. Since the…

11 months ago