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Masks can help combat the spread of COVID-19, but some styles protect better than others. A study of nontraditional mask materials finds that vacuum cleaner filters are especially effective.
The pandemic presented a once-in-a-career opportunity for UArizona student journalists who rose to the occasion to cover it, with guidance from faculty and staff.
Affection is genetic for women but not men, a new study finds. Study author Kory Floyd says those who are genetically predisposed to being more affectionate may be struggling with "skin hunger" amid COVID-19 physical distancing.
The Covid Watch smartphone app sends exposure alerts without having to collect any personally identifying information from users, protecting their anonymity.
The largest portion of the gift, from two UArizona alumni, will support students in the College of Nursing.
UArizona historian Tyina Steptoe discusses the history of the holiday that recognizes emancipation, and why more people than ever may celebrate it this year and in the future.
Under the watchful eyes of medical professionals and strength and conditioning coaches, the Arizona Wildcats football team began voluntary summer workouts this week.
The University of Arizona Center for Innovation has helped a culinary mushroom producer retool its business model after the pandemic tool its toll.
While stay-at-home orders are lifting nationwide, quarantine and isolation orders can still be issued due to emergency declarations that remain in effect, says Leila Barraza, who teaches public health law and ethics.
Three scholars in the UArizona College of Social and Behavioral Sciences see several parallels between today's pandemic and ones from centuries past.