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The Coronavirus Crisis

A COVID-19 Treatment Might Already Exist in Old Drugs — and Researchers Are Using Pieces of the Coronavirus to Find Them

There are 20,000 FDA approved drugs. One of them might fight COVID-19, if scientists can find it.

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How Robots Could Help on the Frontlines of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Whether it’s disinfecting, throat swabbing or even keeping patients company, robots could one day arrive at a hospital near you.

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Closing in on the New Coronavirus

The eye-catching spikes sticking out from the surface of the virus may inspire new ways to prevent or treat COVID-19 infections.

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How to Build a Low-Cost Mechanical Ventilator

The main cause of death from COVID-19 is acute respiratory distress syndrome, where the lungs are unable to provide enough oxygen for the body. The treatment is putting patients on a mechanical ventilator — but there’s a shortage. Now, a global team published the design of a simple ventilator that they are preparing for mass production.

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It’s Wrong to Blame Bats for the Coronavirus Pandemic

Bats are a possible source of the coronavirus — but humans are to blame for the spread of the disease.

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Fear Can Spread From Person to Person Faster Than the Coronavirus — But There Are Ways to Slow It Down

It can feel like everyone is stewing in anxiety about COVID-19 and seeing other people freak out can make you freak out more. A psychiatrist explains this phenomenon, and how to keep it in check.

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