Ten million more children facing malnutrition due to pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic could push an additional 10 million children into acute malnutrition, according to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP).  The numbers of young children suffering from malnutrition – a life-threatening lack of the nutrients...

The science behind the three key coronavirus rules: does it stack up?

A study by the University of Hong Kong, published in The Lancet in April, found the virus lasted longest on stainless steel, plastic, and surgical masks, where it lingered for seven days. The lifespan of the virus was tested in average room temperature of 71F (21C)...