Kaiser Health News
As consumers consider traveling again, they discover the public health guidelines in place for flying often are a messy patchwork of precautions that lack the teeth to protect passengers.
Bars are tailor-made for the spread of the virus, with loud music and a cacophony of conversations, and alcohol can impede judgment about following rules to prevent contagion.
The president is arguing that the United States is finding more cases of COVID-19 because we are testing more.
The global pandemic has ordinary health care workers going to extremes in a desperate hunt for medical supplies.
If there were ever a time for more public health funding, health experts say, it’s now.
Around the country, nursing homes trying to protect their residents from the coronavirus eagerly await boxes of masks, eyewear and gowns promised by the federal government. But all too often the packages deliver disappointment — if they arrive at all.
Mass protests against police violence across the U.S. have public health officials concerned about an accelerated spread of the coronavirus.
Pneumonia. Heart problems. High cholesterol. Betsy Carrier, 71, and her husband, Don Resnikoff, 79, relied on their primary care doctor in Montgomery County, Maryland, for help managing their ailments.
U.S. public health officials are closer to identifying a road map for curbing the rising rates of syphilis infections in newborn babies, but with so many resources diverted to stopping the spread of COVID-19, many fear the rate of deadly infections will only get worse.