A three-month study suggests antibody response to the coronavirus falls over time, leading to a possible decline in immunity. But it remains unclear how great the chance of a second infection is.
Despite efforts to standardize information about COVID-19 threat levels in Europe, it's hard to compare data. Countries count rates of infection differently.
New studies have found that water might be distributed across the lunar surface in more places and larger quantities than previously suspected. It could be useful for astronauts seeking refreshment or fuel in future.
Scientists confirm there's a lot more water on the moon than previously thought.
Breaking social distancing rules can feel less risky with people you know than with strangers. It's a cognitive bias that's driving coronavirus infections.
British researchers claimed to have detected a gas that indicates that microbes live on the inhospitable planet. But Dutch scientists have called their claims into question. How did they get it so wrong?
A new study suggests we've completely misjudged how young adults are behaving during the coronavirus
Physical distancing is important. But a set distance rule does not do justice to the way viruses actually spread, British researchers say. And the CDC warns: Infections can occur after only a few minutes of exposure.
Though remdesivir can reduce the mortality rate and the duration of the illness COVID-19, it's not considered entirely effective. Nevertheless, US authorities have now approved the drug for use against the disease.
As the coronavirus continues its grip on the world, scientists across the globe are working to find a viable vaccine. Several candidates are in the final stages of testing, but researchers warn it could still take years.
How to come together, when we're all meant to stay apart? The pandemic has changed the way people celebrate weddings.
Does COVID-19 transmission change depending on whether it's humid, or if it’s hot and dry?
Coronavirus infections in Germany are rising so fast that contact tracers are struggling to keep up.
Countries across the continent set fresh records for new infections.
A German politician and COVID-19 survivor is trying to get through to people who trivialize the pandemic.
At a secret location in Cologne, archivists are working to document life during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The head of Germany's public health authority warns that "the situation is now very serious."
China has mastered the coronavirus - and its economy is booming. But at what price?
Finnish researchers say their canine sniffer experts can detect COVID-19 quickly and cheaply but, so far, their skills are hardly used to control the pandemic. Teri Schultz wonders: Who isn't letting the dogs out?
Most countries are reporting more and more new COVID-19 cases every day: Data for the global picture shows that the pandemic is far from over. DW's weekly statistics update.
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A light-hearted look at the cochlea, the part of the ear that makes hearing possible.
Do ASMR videos have a calming effect? One study shows they can lower your heart rate.
This week’s Tomorrow Today viewer's question comes from Reyhan Aniz in India.
Scientists hope the sample will offer insights to the origins of life and the solar system. If the spacecraft successfully returns to Earth, it will have collected the largest sample from space since the Apollo era.
If it was successful in collecting samples, the spacecraft will journey back to Earth, arriving in 2023.
Sniffles, cough, sore throat and fever — as the initial symptoms are often similar, the anxious question quickly arises: Do I just have a cold or am I infected with the coronavirus?
At the start of the pandemic, most people focused on the coronavirus reproduction value to assess the severity of the outbreak. Now, the COVID-19 incidence rate is at the center of attention. What do the two terms mean?
A case of COVID-19 can be from mild to severe. Sometimes no symptoms are present, sometimes people die. More and more studies suggest that blood types may play an important role by affecting immune responses.
The World Health Organization plans to make 120 million rapid-diagnostic coronavirus tests available for people in lower- and middle-income countries. The tests are fast, simple and cheap — but are they reliable?
As if COVID-19 alone were not enough, the annual influenza wave will soon also be underway during fall and winter. So what if we get both illnesses at the same time?
We're destroying our environment at an alarming rate. But it doesn't need to be this way! Every Friday, we'll show you how to get us out of this mess.
US President Donald Trump has been treated with an anti-COVID-19 drug developed with cells derived from fetal tissue. He called it a God-given miracle cure, but what will his anti-abortion supporters think?
In this episode, we look at how the coronavirus — and the human body's reaction to it — changes over time: New research shows antibody levels mysteriously plummeting, a virus whose genetic code is mutating and (in better news) novel vaccines that will hopefully address both.
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