The students are grappling with frustration and uncertainty following the release of federal rules that could bar them from staying in the country.
STATInternational students completing their medical and doctoral degrees in the U.S. are wrestling with frustration and uncertainty following the release of federal rules that could bar them from staying in the country.
By transfusing blood from exercising mice into sedentary ones, researchers have found a protein that seems to help counter memory loss from aging.
STATExercise has been shown to slow cognitive decline in aging, but scientists haven’t known why. Now, by transfusing blood from exercising mice into sedentary ones, researchers have found a protein that seems to underlie restorative effects in the brain.
The chasm is tricky for employers to close, given that it is largely grounded in issues that happen at home. Here's how one hospital is tackling it.
STATAs Covid-19 has shuttered schools across the globe, leaving parents to pick up childcare responsibilities, a handful of studies have converged on the same grim picture: Women in academic science and medicine are publishing far less since the pandemic hit.
A national wastewater surveillance program offers a cost-effective approach to track Covid-19 across the majority of the U.S. population.
STATOpinion: People infected with SARS-CoV-2 shed the virus in their stool before they show symptoms of Covid-19. Analyzing sewage for the virus can predict community-level infection one to two weeks before clinical diagnoses appear.
Being Black in the U.S. during the dual epidemics of Covid-19 and racism is difficult. A photo essay by Crystal Milner explores that theme.
STAT"It’s not just like one emotion at a time, it’s all emotions at once — and not really being able to reconcile them because you’re anticipating another death coming."
Black Americans on mental health, trauma, and resilience
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STAT's @matthewherper and @LillyPad's Daniel Skovronsky discuss the progress the company has made in developing an antibody drug against Covid-19, and how the treatment has been performing in early-stage testing.
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The use of such contracts could allow authorities to bypass laws that could ensure taxpayer-funded medicines or vaccines are affordable.
STATA new report finds that the U.S. government awarded several drug makers contracts for coronavirus research using agreements that would allow authorities to bypass laws that could ensure taxpayer-funded medicines or vaccines are affordable.
Police officers are often the first responders to people having mental health crises, who often end up in jail instead of getting the help they need.
STATOpinion: Officers trained in crisis intervention can be lifesavers, but they are a reaction to a fundamental flaw in how we respond to mental health crises — not the answer to safely resolving them.
Investigators say the delay was prompted by changes to the trial plan, called a protocol, while stressing such changes are common.
STATA 30,000-patient trial of Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine candidate, expected to start next week, has been delayed, investigators say, while stressing a start later in the month is still possible.
A legal tool known as government patent use lets HHS control remdesivir manufacturing and distribution by compensating Gilead for the use of its patents.
STATOpinion: U.S. government scientists helped invent remdesivir, and HHS has a legal and moral duty to ensure access to it in the U.S. and around the world. It has the policy tool it needs to do that.