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Amidst a global pandemic, there seems to be a distant, perhaps too distant, beacon of hope to the billions of people around the world: a vaccine. However, much to most people’s dismay, creating vaccines is not exactly an overnight process. It takes much, much longer.
This week, Banner Health announced that they will implement a new process regarding coronavirus testing.
Imagine this — you're quarantining in your home and you start to develop a nasty cough followed by a fever and shortness of breath a couple of days later. You don't feel safe enough to go to the emergency room and don't have a physician to call. Are you out of luck?
As every day passes, the idea of containing the coronavirus gets exponentially further and further away. Literally.
The U.S. population is currently about 327 million people, of which nearly one-third consists of people 65 years of age and older. That's a lot.
Since its inception, SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus responsible for causing COVID-19, has over 240,000 confirmed cases and has caused nearly 10,000 deaths across the world, as of March 19.
Coronavirus isn't the flu. It's a whole different beast.
As of March 16, there have been over 4,400 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the United States, according to The New York Times. Here are 10 different pieces of fact and fiction about COVID-19, the disease caused by SARS-CoV-2, the novel strain of coronavirus.
Online classes, incessant emails and staying at home. What for?
It’s another Monday morning.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona held its primary elections last week and two of the three presidential candidates move further in the process. Rocque Perez and Tara Singleton are both juniors running for the position of ASUA president. The Daily Wildcat got to know both of them and their platforms better.
Since its inception almost two years ago, the University of Arizona Debate Series has tackled a variety of relevant issues, including college tuition, immigration and Title IX.
The University of Arizona Debate Series is continuing to make a name for itself. In two years the team has hosted in a myriad of debates with plans to host more throughout the semester.
The University of Arizona College of Medicine — Tucson held its inaugural ceremony for the Primary Care Physician Scholarship on Friday, Jan. 31. The scholarship aims to address the shortage of primary care physicians in the state of Arizona.
In the age of technology, almost everybody is exposed to blue light on a daily basis. In fact, the phone, computer or tablet you may be reading this story on is emanating blue light without you even realizing it.
The year of perfect vision, balance and, most importantly, the presidential elections is here: 2020. Every four years, American citizens must make an informed decision that will affect the next four, possibly eight, years of their lives.
A stroll through the health aisle at the local supermarket will have one’s eyes glance upon a variety of different supplements marketed as if they were a necessity to live a healthy and fulfilling life. But how much do we really need these supplements, and are they worth the money we’re paying for them?
Imagine this — you’re at a party having a conversation with a stranger. Within a few minutes, the stranger starts to bring up their diet and how they haven’t eaten an animal product in the last 11 years. You start to wonder — what for? Does the absence of meat pose any problems for this stranger you met 12 minutes ago?
Arizona football travels up to Tempe to take on the ASU Sun Devils for the annual Territorial Cup. The Wildcats are currently on a six-game losing streak heading into the weekend. Beat reporters, Jack Cooper, Amit Syal and Austin Wales predict what will go down this weekend on the road.