Public Health

3 Tips from Federal HR Pros on Recruiting Talent in a Pandemic

Proactive federal agencies are recruiting where the talent is: online.

Religious Life Was Converting to Tech Before COVID

Livestreamed services, which people view from home, are the new normal.

The Vaccine News That Really Matters

Soon COVID-19 vaccine makers will release early data from large clinical trials, and the results could be ambiguous.

AI Checks out 'Rash Selfies' to Detect Lyme Disease

Researchers trained the tool to identify redness associated from Lyme disease from other skin problems.

Is There a Safe Way to Be Home for the Holidays?

Throughout the pandemic, Americans have been tempted to violate public-health experts’ recommendations. The winter holidays might be the strongest temptation yet.

How to Tell If Socializing Indoors Is Safe

As the weather gets colder, many Americans have no idea whether hanging out with other people inside is risky. That’s a big problem.

Federal Government to Offer $10M to Research COVID-19 Spread on Public Transportation

Major cities could be excluded from receiving grants for “permitting anarchy, violence, and destruction,” per a presidential memo cited in the funding opportunity. 

3 Research-Based Ways to Cope with the Uncertainties of Pandemic Life

Many people feel they’re drowning in unanswered questions and the anxiety they provoke.

7 Science-Based Strategies to Cope with Coronavirus Anxiety

Sustained high anxiety can undermine constructive responses to the crisis.

Lawmakers See Equity-Enhancing Future for Telehealth Beyond Pandemic

Reps. Robin Kelly, D-Ill., and Anna Eshoo, D-Calif., view telehealth services as a key tool to promote equity in health care post-pandemic

865,000 Women Left the Workforce Last Month

Overall, 661,000 jobs were added in the U.S. labor force between August and September — but women still left it at alarming numbers.