The World Health Organization called the end of the country’s 10th outbreak, the second deadliest in history, “a victory for science.” Health workers had faced mistrust and treatment centers were attacked.
Pregnant women who are infected wind up in hospitals and I.C.U.’s at higher rates, a federal analysis suggests. But the data is far from conclusive.
Health officials testified to Congress about the government’s pandemic response. Swimming will be allowed at New York City beaches starting on July 1.
American coronavirus testing remains fragmented, as in the early days of the pandemic, and the bottlenecks are the same ones, too.
Bayer faced tens of thousands of claims linking the weedkiller to cases of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Some of the money is set aside for future cases.
That study about dexamethasone has arrived with a big asterisk: While it appears to help severely ill patients, it harms others.
Aid agencies are scrambling to get oxygen equipment to low-income countries where the coronavirus is rapidly spreading.
The shift, quietly disclosed on a government website, highlights how the Trump administration is favoring development of vaccines over treatments for the sickest patients.
In the South Bronx, the coronavirus had a devastating impact on an already vulnerable population. Residents of public housing didn’t wait for the city to help.
Many people with compromised immune systems feel too vulnerable to participate in public demonstrations, yet may want to be part of the solution.
The case is the latest inquiry into pharmaceutical companies’ donations to patient assistance charities, which have been blamed for inflating the cost of drugs.
The books we read, the movies we watch, the friends we make, the doctors we visit and the conversations we have at home all shape our children’s views of race.
The world is stressful. That’s especially true right now. Here are strategies to take just a few minutes every day to calm your mind and check in with yourself.
With their colossal limestone walls and gloriously green valleys, Italy’s Dolomites are home to some of the world’s most majestic scenery — and mountain huts called rifugios make it all the more accessible.
The university is concerned about bringing hordes of people to campus amid the pandemic. New cases in the U.S. account for 20 percent of new global infections. New York City allowed offices to reopen, with limits.
After suffering from sleeplessness and anxiety for months, I finally saw a psychiatrist. I became so relaxed so quickly that I passed out.
The president went to Phoenix to speak to a group of student supporters.
An appellate court in Missouri upheld more than $2 billion in damages against Johnson & Johnson, saying the company knew there was asbestos in its baby powder.
The French drugmaker is testing two types of vaccines in a bid to catch up to competitors.
Michigan’s state of emergency will be extended. China’s best-known doctor said the authorities should give its centers for disease control more power, independence, expertise and money.