Ontario saw 3,000 more cremations in March and April than normal — and only half were formally linked to the coronavirus. Here’s what the coroner thinks is going on.
How would we know if a coronavirus vaccine works? Giving it to people and then exposing them to the virus would be one way, but one epidemiologist calls it ‘unethical.’
Masks work well to protect others, but your mask works less well to protect you. Here’s why.
Playground slides and swings are still silent and taped off in many large Canadian cities. But, one expert says, ‘there is no reason why they should be closed.’
A U.S. district judge on Monday ordered a new delay in federal executions, hours before a lethal injection was scheduled to be carried out.
Firefighters were still battling a blaze Monday on a U.S. Navy combat ship that injured at least 57 people and sent smoke billowing over San Diego.
Very few of 2,000 students and teachers tested in Germany show antibodies to COVID-19, suggesting schools may not play as big a role in spreading the virus as some feared.
Fans of horror and pandemic movies and the ‘morbidly curious’ show better psychological resilience in relation to the real pandemic, a study argues.
The storied clothier Brooks Brothers, founded in 1818, is filing for bankruptcy protection months after the coronavirus pandemic emptied offices.
Facebook’s decisions to allow controversial posts by Donald Trump established a ‘terrible precedent’ that could allow the platform to be ‘weaponized to suppress voting.’
The federal auditor general says Canada’s border agency has failed to promptly remove most of the people ordered to leave the country. Part of the problem: bad data entry.
Across Canada, scientists are designing an early warning system for a second wave of the coronavirus. One explains its secret: ‘Everybody has to poop.’
With the growing list of international brands, including Coca-Cola and Lululemon, choosing to boycott Facebook ads, should political institutions do the same?
Traces of coronavirus have been found in a sample of Barcelona waste water collected in March 2019, nine months before the virus was identified in China.
Schools in England saw 44 outbreaks of the novel coronavirus last week, public health data shows.