Journalists need to know these six things to cover coronavirus-related preprints, research papers that haven't been peer reviewed by experts.
To help journalists cover the psychological effects of the coronavirus, we gathered research that looks at how the public and health care workers reacted to prior outbreaks.
Three investigative journalists offer tips on how reporters should approach newsroom collaborations and how these partnerships can be more effective.
William Hanage, an associate professor of epidemiology at Harvard, offers journalists guidance on covering the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
As a novel coronavirus spreads in China and to other countries, research remains limited on the global economic consequences of the outbreak. Here’s what we know so far.
Christina Jewett revealed a hidden FDA database that concealed millions of medical device malfunction and injury reports from public view.
We provide research-based groundwork for journalists who want to dig into national or local kidney dialysis markets, including an embeddable map with dialysis quality-of-care ratings across the country.
Joanna Chikwe highlights strategies that trials might employ in hopes of securing favorable results – and questions journalists can ask to detect them.
Expert cardiologists break down oft-repeated myths about cardiovascular disease in women and share the facts of the matter.
Over two million U.S. adults with cardiovascular disease have smoked marijuana, and the substance may carry increased cardiovascular risks.