As days get shorter and the COVID-19 pandemic charges into a second fall season in the United States, another infectious disease is lurking.
Some Americans are turning to a medication approved to treat parasitic infections and skin conditions as an answer against COVID-19, despite the lack of data supporting ivermectin's use against the novel coronavirus. That’s why the U.S.
The device, which draws blood from capillaries in the skin, could someday replace standard blood draws for a variety of tests.
Dozens of high school football stadiums around the Northwest will welcome teams back to the turf and fans back to the stands this Labor Day weekend, making for scenes reminiscent of pre-pandemic life.
Emergency medical responders' training and use of personal protective equipment is credited for low rate of on-the-job infection.
The current spread of COVID-19's delta variant has made some travel a calculated risk.
A COVID-19 vaccine originally authorized for emergency use in the United States reached a milestone today, with the Food and Drug A
Q&A: A clinician and researcher characterizes SARS-CoV-2's distinct inflammation as "an acceleration of chronic heart disease."
Less than one in four pregnant women in the U.S.
“Overall the vaccine is very well tolerated,” said the lead author of the paper published today.