Oregon Health Authority officials say vaccine supplies are ample for the next phase of vaccinations.
Some children wait more than a year after diagnosis to begin behavioral therapy, but research shows early treatment can be crucial.
A federal magistrate judge has ruled that the failure of Two Rivers Correctional Institution to enforce its own staff mask policy is unconstitutional, amounting to "deliberate indifference" toward a substantial risk for the people imprisoned there.
The Oregon Health Authority is looking for 20 teenagers to help spend $1 million in COVID recovery funds.
When Albert Bourla said all Americans will need a second booster shot, some experts saw his claim as self-serving.
Some people with disabilities have been left behind even as telemedicine, teleworking, rapid tests, virtual school, and vaccine drive-thrus have become part of most Americans’ pandemic routines.
A recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll indicates many Americans are worried about easing pandemic-era restrictions.
The National Football League in December quietly made a small but meaningful change to its rules for allowing players to return after testing positive for covid, one that hinges on an arcane and hotly debated measurement called a cycle threshold, or Ct value.
Nearly 17 million U.S. residents who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine now face a quandary: Should they get another shot?