The coronavirus pandemic is upending the way patients get their prescriptions. Meet the 8 pharmacy startups that stand to take a bite out of the $335 billion market for prescription drugs.
Pharmacy startups offering delivery stand to disrupt the massive prescription-drug industry amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Bill Gates says we need new discoveries in areas including treatments and vaccines to beat the coronavirus.
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A journalist who disappeared while probing a coronavirus cover-up in Wuhan reappeared 2 months later, praising the police who detained him
Li Zehua reported on allegations of a coronavirus cover-up in Wuhan in February. On Wednesday he remerged on YouTube after a 56-day silence.
The UK death toll reached over 18,000 on Wednesday. Here's the latest as the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across Britain.
The chances of finding a coronavirus vaccine or treatment this year are 'incredibly small' according to the UK's top medical adviser
Professor Chris Whitty said the UK would have to have some form of social distancing in place instead.
Yes, the coronavirus mutates. But those tiny changes haven't affected how dangerous it is — instead, they help scientists track its spread.
By tracking and categorizing various coronavirus strains, experts can pinpoint how the virus spread worldwide and how it might behave in the future.
HHS chief Alex Azar chose a former labradoodle breeder with minimal public health experience to lead the department's coronavirus response
Alex Azar picked Brian Harrison to lead the HHS day-to-day coronavirus response. Harrison previously spent six years as a labradoodle breeder.
The CEO of Ryanair, one of the world's biggest airlines, says it won't fly if middle seats have to stay empty for 'idiotic' social-distancing rules
Not having passengers in the middle seat is not profitable, and passengers would still be too close anyway, Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary said.
Today's country-by-country coronavirus stats: The US struggles to get past the peak as Australia and New Zealand approach zero new cases
US and UK still struggling. France makes good progress. Austria, Australia and New Zealand are pretty much done!
Advocates of a toxic bleach fake 'miracle cure' are telling desperate people it can cure the coronavirus in thriving groups on Telegram
Kerri Rivera and other advocates of the so-called Miracle Mineral Solution are using the coronavirus pandemic to push dangerous chemicals.
'We need to listen to the experts': Climate activist Greta Thunberg says coronavirus has proven the dependence society has on scientific data
Thunberg spoke with earth systems scientist Johan Rockström in a digital conversation to mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
The two cats are believed to be the first pets in the US to test positive for COVID-19. The lions and tigers tested positive at the Bronx Zoo.
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Photos inside an emergency room of a Yonkers hospital offer a glimpse into New York's coronavirus outbreak
"We have a volume of sick people like you can't believe," Anthony Leno, a New York ER doctor, told AP. "In one shift, I pronounced six people dead."
A top US vaccine scientist says he was ousted from his job for refusing to tout 'unproven' coronavirus treatments
Leading vaccine scientist Rick Bright says he was kicked out of his post as head of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority.
Coronavirus could kill more than 300,000 people if US restrictions are lifted prematurely, federal documents show. Experts say even that's optimistic.
Florida, where some beaches already reopened and drew crowds, would be hardest hit with over 23,000 deaths, HHS documents suggest.
The flu is less common with higher humidity so the same has been said for COVID-19. But it's hard to predict and less important when immunity is lower.
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Billions of dollars of coronavirus aid is on the way to doctors, rural hospitals, and more. Here's how the federal government is divvying up the money.
The money will go to paying coronavirus bills for the uninsured, to rural hospitals and clinics, and to the Indian Health Service.
Struggling video game retailer GameStop has argued it's 'essential.' Now it's preparing to fully re-open some stores even as most of the US remains in quarantine.
Video game sales are surging while millions of people are stuck indoors due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now, GameStop is starting to re-open.
How to reopen the US, according to Johns Hopkins and Harvard: Test 20 million people a day, hire an army of contact tracers, and expand healthcare coverage
Harvard said it would cost $50 to $300 billion — cheaper than the estimated $350 billion cost of staying closed or opening with no safety net.
Some Americans are convinced they had the coronavirus in December or January. Experts say it's highly unlikely.
The first confirmed case of coronavirus in the US was January 21, but some Americans think they had it weeks before then. There's no way to know.
One of the world's biggest ventilator manufacturers has already produced as many devices as they did in all of 2019
The company upped its output in January in response to the coronavirus outbreak in China, producing a record number of intensive care ventilators.
Afraid of the person in the middle of your Zoom call? You're not alone. Researchers say large faces in video meetings can trigger a 'fight or flight' response.
Research showed people physically flinch after being exposed to large, virtual faces, suggesting one explanation why video calls can be so exhausting.
'It's a disaster': More than 100 companies are pumping unapproved coronavirus tests into the US healthcare system
The FDA lowered the regulatory bar for antibody tests in March. But many of them are less than 85 percent accurate.
3 US soldiers punished for sneaking off to a bar in South Korea and returning through a hole in a fence despite coronavirus restrictions
Three US Army soldiers were caught and punished for breaking the rules by going to an off-post bar in South Korea.
Nearly 200 COVID-19 cases force Tyson Foods to 'indefinitely suspend' operations at its pork processing plant in Waterloo, Iowa, but the city's mayor says this move came 'too late'
This closure will impact the United States' meat supply because "the plant is part of a larger supply chain," Tyson Foods said in a statement.
Authorities in Germany say serological tests, also known as antibody tests, will help officials monitor the spread of the novel coronavirus.
A cheap over-the-counter oximeter device was my saving grace as I fought the coronavirus. It can flag dangerous downturns.
I went to the emergency room for my coronavirus symptoms. It would have been helpful to have an oximeter before I made that call.
Reusing garbage, reducing ocean pollution, and using biodegradable products are ways these inventions are saving the planet.
32 questions about the coronavirus, answered — from how long patients are contagious to the potential for immunity after recovery
Typical coronavirus patients develop a fever, dry cough, and shortness of breath. The virus' average incubation period is about five days.
Tests that can tell who's had the coronavirus are crucial to reopening the country. Here are the companies racing to bring them to the US healthcare system.
Serology tests measure for antibodies that can indicate immunity. They could play a key role in the country's slow return to normal life.
A coronavirus patient thought he was recovering. Then doctors found blood clots in his lungs — a new and potentially deadly complication of the virus.
"It feels like a toxin is in my body," Michael Reagan, a coronavirus patient who was told he had dozens of blood clots in his lungs, said.
The longest ocean creature may have just been discovered near Australia — and it looks like a giant galactic swirl
An estimated 150-foot long, string-like creature — possibly the longest ocean animal recorded — was recently discovered off the coast of Australia.
A coronavirus vaccine probably won't be ready before the end of 2021, according to a Swiss pharmaceutical giant
"I'm afraid that the most likely scenario is that we will not have a vaccine before the end of next year," Roche CEO Severin Schwan said.
The 1,000-bed US Navy hospital ship that docked in New York to help the city brace for coronavirus is leaving — see inside the USNS Comfort
The hospital ship is fully equipped with 12 operating rooms, a pharmacy, a medical laboratory, and a CAT scan, to name a few features.
Dramatic mega-projects meant to combat the coronavirus are proving a waste of time. The real solution is boring competence.
Flash-built hospitals and Navy ships aren't working to neuter COVID-19. We need dull logistics, sustained effort, and endless repetition.
Dr. Anthony Fauci is one of the most influential figures in the nation when it comes to the coronavirus.
My family and I got coronavirus and after 1 month, I finally got my sense of taste back. Here's what I experienced over the 33 days I was ill, and what the 5 worst days were like.
The coronavirus symptoms didn't just hit me hard. I live with my elderly parents and I passed it onto my father, or he passed it onto me.
As more experimental coronavirus vaccines start human testing, industry leaders and experts doubt they'll be ready before 2022
Top execs and scientists doubt we will have a coronavirus vaccine within 18 months, calling it "ridiculously optimistic."
This picture shows how 9 people in a restaurant got the coronavirus thanks to the placement of an air conditioning unit
According to a scientific paper, restaurant AC boosted the distance that virus particles could travel form an infected diner to other people.
A venture capitalist who got the coronavirus along with his wife and 7-month-old baby details what it felt like for them and how they recovered
Clay Dumas said he no longer worries about getting the coronavirus. He can focus on what's next for his family in a world rocked by a pandemic.
A managing director at Morgan Stanley shares 5 reasons that we'll be stuck in a cycle of coronavirus reopenings and shutdowns until March of 2021
We should expect a second wave of coronavirus outbreaks this winter, leading to more shutdowns, according to Morgan Stanley.
Google Cloud made its Healthcare API generally available to healthcare organizations in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Spain is sending back faulty coronavirus tests to China that were supposed to be replacements for the first faulty batch
China said Bioeasy, the manufacturer, is not an approved retailer. Other countries have reported problems with equipment from other Chinese companies.
An emergency worker in Denver says anti-lockdown demonstrators who broke social distancing to protest are 'mind-bogglingly selfish'
Business Insider spoke to Ben Comden, an EMT in Denver, about the anti-lockdown protests in his city over the weekend.
New York's subway may have boosted the coronavirus' spread, but researchers think one-third of coronavirus transmission happens in the home
New York's subway may have fueled the coronavirus outbreak, but cramped apartments and housing complexes could also be to blame.
The UK government is set to tell people to wear face coverings to stop the spread of the coronavirus
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government is reportedly preparing to advise people to cover their faces at work and on public transport.
Keir Starmer accuses the UK government of being 'very slow' in tackling the coronavirus in his first Prime Minister's Questions
"We have been very slow [on the coronavirus] and way behind other European countries," the UK's new opposition leader Keir Starmer said.