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Mass viral infections have consequences. What will omicron's be?
Would you rather receive a COVID vaccine via needle or nasal spray? Scientists are working to make nasal COVID vaccines a reality.
Some virologists are already considering stealth omicron a variant of concern. Should we be worried?
Some countries are reporting more new coronavirus infections compared with the previous two weeks. Global data trends show that the pandemic isn't over yet. DW sums up the current situation in three charts.
At the center of Earth sits the planet's fiery core, which scientists say might be losing heat faster than expected.
What if, instead of causing "more side effects" than reported, COVID-19 vaccines actually caused fewer?
Is COVID-19 causing diabetes in kids? Can omicron infect you outside now? And are 10% of people really infectious 10 days later?
Around the world, the data's clear: Omicron's rise (and fall) follow a very predictable path.
It’s too soon to understand the effectiveness of a fourth vaccine dose, according to the EU's top drug regulator. But some countries have already authorized the shot.
Most volcanic activity happens beneath the ocean — but we often don't know about it. DW looks at how underwater volcanoes form and what happens when they erupt.
Take a look around — because this is the wildest part of the pandemic anyone's ever seen. And we've started to normalize a few things we shouldn't.
They continually want to be the center of attention, they have an excessive sense of self-importance and have to get their way — children too can manifest narcissistic traits. So what can and should parents do?
As omicron outbreaks take over, many people are asking: Could the immunity you get from a COVID infection be the best protection against the virus, especially as it continues to mutate? We looked at the latest science.
Researchers say Epstein-Barr-Virus is a main cause of MS, which affects 2.8 million people worldwide. New treatments and prevention may now be possible.
Alpha, beta, delta — they were all more severe than the original. So why, after omicron, should the next variant be different?
As scientists predict dementia cases will triple over the next three decades, we asked an expert how to identify the early symptoms and what we can do to avoid it.
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