Shayla Love is a senior staff writer at Vice covering science, medicine, health, drugs, and climate.
Your Poop Might Be Key For Predicting the End of the Pandemic
Looking for the new coronavirus in wastewater could give us a heads up about where the outbreak is spreading—and when it has started to dissipate.
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Warm Water, Garlic, Essential Oils: They Won't Protect You From Coronavirus
As COVID-19 misinformation runs rampant, pseudoscience expert Tim Caulfield has been tasked with keeping track of all the bunk.
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The Stupid Issue
If We Can Make Animals Smarter, Should We?
In science fiction stories, research can accidentally create super-intelligent animal species. As the ability to alter animals’ brains grows, some say we should be wary of fiction becoming reality.
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How the Pandemic Makes Its Way Into Our Dreams
Rotting desks, hordes of maggots, and a murderous Oprah— researchers are collecting and analyzing people’s coronavirus dreams.
Immune ‘Boosters’ Ignore the Immune System’s Best Quality: Balance
We could stand to learn some lessons from our own immune systems about how we decide when to act and when to lay low.
There’s Another Crucial Coronavirus Test We Need Access To
The tests we have now tell us who is currently sick. We need to know who has already had COVID-19 and recovered.
Trump Thinks Chloroquine Can Treat Coronavirus. What Does the Science Say?
It makes sense to want a solution to appear as quickly as possible. But we still have a lot to learn.
Researchers Got People to Hallucinate from Fake Psychedelics
When it comes to taking hallucinogenic drugs, context may matter in deeper ways than previously assumed.
Once and for All, the New Coronavirus Was Not Made in a Lab
A new paper explains exactly what makes it different than other coronaviruses and how we know that it wasn’t created in a lab.
Copper Destroys Viruses and Bacteria. Why Isn’t It Everywhere?
It could destroy norovirus, MRSA, virulent strains of E. coli, and coronaviruses—including the novel strain currently causing the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Strange Link Between Pandemics and Psychosis
Scientists are looking more closely at how viruses and infections could influence our minds.
Your Fancy Honey Might Not Actually Be Honey
It may have been sweetened, heated, filtered, and turned into a fraud—and the entire agricultural system is at risk as a result.