WHO warns vaccines 'do not equal zero Covid'
Angelina Friedman, 102, was born during the 1918 flu pandemic. She's a cancer survivor and this year, she beat COVID-19 twice.
Although children are less likely to develop severe illness and complications from COVID-19 than adults, it is still possible for them to be infected or spread the virus to others. The CDC released...
According to the CDC, staying home is still the best way to prevent contracting and spreading COVID-19.
The British Royal Family will be skipping traditional festivities at the Sandringham Estate due to the COVID-19 threat.
Brazil world champions... of firing coaches
Global virus toll passes 1.5 million as nations plan for vaccine
MPM Medical has recalled one lot of Regenecare HA Hydrogel.
Brazilian economy rebounds 7.7% in third quarter: official
A new study shows how biodiversity loss can affect human health.
Dr. Anthony Fauci has said that the reopening of Broadway solely depends on how many people get vaccinated once the vaccine becomes available.
The newborn was wrongly declared dead by doctors and spent six hours in a morgue freezer
WishGarden Herbs is recalling several units of Happy Ducts Compress "out of an abundance of caution."
The world's oldest sculptures of overweight women were believed to have spiritual and magical qualities for centuries. A new theory uncovered what shaped those beliefs.
The hospital reported 34 CRAB cases from February to July.
Australian Open tennis Grand Slam delayed to February 8: report
More than 21 million health care workers and 3 million long-term care residents would be the first to receive a coronavirus vaccine.
Cold, hard mission for a US warehouse: Help stop Covid
UN urges help for virus-stranded ship crews
Even with the promise of a vaccine, Fauci is urging people to remain vigilant against COVID-19 during the holidays.