A new study reveals how the COVID-19 pandemic changed the perception of time for many people. Researchers say people felt time passed more slowly during COVID lockdowns. This "time expansion" was associated with increased feelings of loneliness and a lack of positive experience during the early parts of the COVID pandemic.
Over 50% of people surveyed reporting they feel uneasy about returning to in-person interactions, regardless of vaccination status, following covid lockdowns. Researchers share their thoughts on how social isolation and resocialization could impact the brain.
The source of coronavirus public health messaging plays a role in how effective it is. When the president's name was associated with the message, the effectiveness of the message decreased, not just compared to other sources, but even when there was no source at all.
New coronavirus model finds case spread is concave, meaning the impact of one more infected person diminishes as more people become infected.
Study explores the wide-ranging, negative effects of social isolation on both psychological and physiological well-being.
A new study reveals the recommended 6 foot of distance to help prevent the transmission of COVID-19 may not be enough. Researchers report that even with a slight breeze of 4 KPH, saliva and cough droplets travel 18 feet per 5 seconds.
Despite the push for the country to reopen, researchers warn social distancing measures should remain in effect until the summer to avoid a potential deadly resurgence of coronavirus. A new model shows that as more emphasis is placed on relaxing social distancing, a resurgence of COVID-19 infections becomes more likely and will be more difficult to control later in the year.