These laboratory-made antibodies are a best bet for a coronavirus treatment, but there won’t be enough

Experts have big hopes for these specialized drugs created by living cells. But they are expensive and hard to scale up, so even success will have limited impact on the virus. Health

Trump administration’s new rapid coronavirus tests plagued by confusion and a lack of planning

The new antigen tests are cheap and easy to use. But the White House’s hands-off approach in distributing them has sown confusion and concern, state officials say. Health

Pfizer CEO on the pressures of creating a covid-19 vaccine: ‘What is at stake is beyond imagination’

Albert Bourla discusses the progress, hopes and the politics of a possible vaccine this fall. Health

Brain-eating amoeba in city’s water supply kills 6-year-old, leads Texas to declare a disaster

Lake Jackson, in Brazoria County, warned residents not to ingest water through the nose after the microbes were detected. Health

Drinking 1 to 4 cups of coffee daily may slow progression of colorectal cancer

Increasing consumption of the brew may also increase the benefits, researchers say. Health