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?
The governors of Oregon, Washington and California have announced masks will no longer be required in schools after Friday, March 11.
A year ago, there was little to no vaccine safety data for pregnant people, leaving health experts divided about how to advise expectant parents.
A year after President Joe Biden signed an order creating an entity modeled on FDR’s hugely successful Wartime Production Board, to be called the Pandemic Testing Board, there’s little trace of it.
Despite recent signals that COVID’s grip on the country may be easing, many older adults are struggling with persistent malaise.
With no end to the staffing crisis in sight, hospitals have taken to enticing workers from other facilities to fulfill needs, using hefty bonuses.