COVID-19 cases in Idaho are up more than 40% in the last two weeks, and hospitalizations up 25%. Some hospitals in the state's northern part are having to ration the care they give. Idaho has one of the nation’s lowest…
Missouri parents say they've had to constantly adjust as mask rules change across the state.
By Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press
The Fed survey, released Wednesday, said the slowdown was largely attributable to a pullback in dining out, travel and tourism in most parts of the country, reflecting concerns about the spread of the delta variant.
By Maureen Ferran, The Conversation
It's been six months since the Johnson & Johnson vaccine received emergency use authorization. What does the data show about its efficacy, side effects and protection from variants?…
By Associated Press
World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is calling on rich countries with large supplies of coronavirus vaccines to refrain from offering booster shots through the end of the year.
By Stephen Groves, Associated Press
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem has issued an executive order to restrict access to abortion medication and make it clear that medicine-induced abortions fall within state law requiring an in-person consultation with a physician.
By Matthew Perrone, Associated Press
Ivermectin is approved in the U.S. to treat infections from parasites in humans and some animals like cows and horses. But with COVID-19 infections surging again, more Americans are turning to the drug despite warnings that it has shown little…
The coronavirus pandemic has laid bare wide disparities in health care between countries on issues like vaccines and raised calls for more resource-sharing to save lives.
By María Verza, Associated Press
The decision will immediately only affect that state on the Texas border, but court President Arturo Zaldívar says it establishes "obligatory criteria for all of the country's judges," compelling them to act the same way in similar cases.
By Lauren Neergaard, Associated Press
COVID-19 booster shots may be coming for at least some Americans, but there's still important science to be worked out about who really needs them and when.
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