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Activists, Celebs and More Pay Tribute to Larry Kramer on Social Media

Watch: How Recovery Unplugged Offers Hope and Healing to the LGBTQ Community

After it was announced that AIDS and LGBTQ activist Larry Kramer died Wednesday at 84, tributes from fellow activists, celebrities and others soon came pouring in on social media.

Antibody Tests Were Hailed As Way To End Lockdowns. Instead, They Cause Confusion.

Antibody Tests Were Hailed As Way To End Lockdowns. Instead, They Cause Confusion.

By Christie Aschwanden | May 29
Researchers tested twelve different antibody tests and found all but one turned up false positives — implying that someone had antibodies when they didn't ? with false-positive rates reaching as high as 16%.

Going The Distance By Bus Through A Pandemic

Going The Distance By Bus Through A Pandemic

By Heidi de Marco | May 29
Despite the risk of the coronavirus in public places, people are still boarding public buses and trains because they have no other options to get to work, go shopping and fill prescriptions.

Friday Fitness: Leg and Trap Workout with Greg O'Gallagher

Friday Fitness: Leg and Trap Workout with Greg O'Gallagher

May 29
Fitness expert Greg O'Gallagher guides us through a detailed at-home workout with a few historical bodybuilding anecdotes for good measure.

New Studies Find Cancer and Coronavirus Are a Dangerous Mix

New Studies Find Cancer and Coronavirus Are a Dangerous Mix

By Marilynn Marchione | May 29
New research shows how dangerous the coronavirus is for current and former cancer patients. Those who developed COVID-19 were much more likely to die within a month than people without cancer who got it, two studies found.

My Mother Died of the Coronavirus. It's Time She Was Counted

My Mother Died of the Coronavirus. It's Time She Was Counted

By Elisabeth Rosenthal | May 28
Counting COVID deaths and cases has been turned into a battle of semantics, chance, bureaucracy, politics and immediate circumstance, rather than science.

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Death and Denial in Brazil's Amazon Capital

Death and Denial in Brazil's Amazon Capital

Manaus is one of the hardest hit cities in Brazil, which officially has lost more than 23,000 lives to the coronavirus. But the toll is likely a vast undercount.

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Heading Back to the Gym? Doctors Explain How to Stay Safe

Heading Back to the Gym? Doctors Explain How to Stay Safe

There are many legitimate concerns about how gyms and fitness studios can safely reopen without furthering the spread. But infectious disease experts say risk can be greatly mitigated.