Chris Impey, a Distinguished Professor of Astronomy at University of Arizona, writes about the impacts of social distancing on scientific research.
David Sbarra shares tips for how to take care of your mental health and support children and loved ones in an uncertain time.
Felicia Goodrum Sterling writes that Americans deserve much credit for valuing public health and enacting measures to slow the spread of coronavirus.
There is enormous individual variation in people's ability to handle social isolation and stress, said Chris Segrin.
Marie-Pierre Hasne, a lecturer in the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson, writes about how the liver contributes to a person's overall health.
Valerie Trouet is interviewed about her new book, "Tree Story: The History of the World Written in Rings."
Dr. Cecilia Rosales explains the difference between isolation and quarantine.
A new report by a University of Arizona researcher addresses Arizona's "hard to count" population and what it could mean in the 2020 U.S. census.
Kacey Ernst says that the United States had a small and closing window of opportunity to act to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus.