Tagged With Viruses

A mysterious illness that was paralyzing kids has been stopped in its tracks during the pandemic

Mouthwash may kill coronavirus in a lab but it won't stop transmission among people

What is malware? Everything you need to know about malicious software and viruses, and how to protect your computer

What is adware? How to keep your computer free of annoying or potentially harmful ads

Ransomware can encrypt your files and force you to pay money — here's how to avoid ransomware, or deal with an infection

The CDC expects to see clusters of a rare polio-like illness among children this fall

Kazakhstan accused China of fabricating reports of an outbreak of pneumonia more deadly than COVID-19

A deadly rabbit virus nicknamed 'bunny Ebola' is spreading in the Southwestern US, killing thousands of rabbits

Copper will not protect you from the coronavirus, despite its germ-killing properties, a microbiologist says

McConnell says 'classless' Obama 'should have kept his mouth shut' instead of criticising Trump's coronavirus response

Trump and Pence will steer clear of each other to cut down on the risk of them both contracting the coronavirus

The dryer does not kill all germs, so here's how to keep your clothes germ-free

New York's coronavirus outbreak was a 'primary gateway' for the disease's spread around the US, a researcher says

The coronavirus can be found in semen, raising questions of whether it can be sexually transmitted, new research says

Here are the CDC guidelines the White House doesn't want you to see

Before states rush to lift lockdowns they should consider the dangers that asymptomatic coronavirus carriers could unleash

Hospital chaplains offer solace from the sidelines, as patients ask them: 'Am I going to die alone in here?'

Trump revised the United States' coronavirus death toll estimates again, claiming as many as 100,000 Americans could die

Suicide is killing frontline medical workers, but mental-health experts say the situation is far from hopeless

Coronavirus could kill more than 300,000 people if US restrictions are lifted prematurely, federal documents show. Experts say even that's optimistic.