When it comes to COVID-19, women seem to be the stronger sex, suffering severe disease at about half the rate as men, but the reason for this has been elusive.
Duke enrolls first-in-nation children for Pfizer-BioNTech U.S. clinical study trial in children under 12
Twin 9-year-old girls at Duke Health became the first in the United States to participate in Pfizer and BioNTech Phase 1 study to evaluate safety, tolerability and immunogenicity of the Pfizer-BioN
As a next step in Duke University’s exhaustive, campus-wide testing program during the Covid pandemic, the university is employing a genome sequencing core facility in downtown Durham to identify t
The mental health challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic have overwhelmed many Americans.
The African American COVID Taskforce Plus (AACT+) includes members from more than 20 organizations
MURDOCK study's COVID-19 project contributes to NC research network that monitors Coronavirus in sewer systems
A Duke COVID-19 study tracking the pandemic in Cabarrus County is contributing data to a statewide research network monitoring the coronavirus in sewer systems to help inform the public health resp
State leaders and education officials weighing whether to re-open schools are considering myriad factors, from infection rates to vaccine rollout to a reluctance on the part of both teachers and fa
With COVID-19 being a fixture of our lives for nearly a year now, science has been a staple in the news.
Among 6,000 children and staffers at YMCA day camps, Duke researchers documented just 19 cases of COVID-19 while community incidence spread.