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By Amna Nawaz, Maea Lenei Buhre
The nationwide baby formula shortage is now in its sixth month. Despite tons of imports and domestic production rebounding, formula supplies are still low for parents across the United States. Amna Nawaz reports.
More than two years into the pandemic, most Americans have returned to a sense of some normalcy. But the virus is still disrupting daily life in the U.S. with more than 130,000 per day and deaths on the rise. We…
By Dave Kolpack, Associated Press
A North Dakota judge has put on hold the state's trigger law banning abortion pending resolution of a lawsuit that argues the law violates the state constitution.
In our news wrap Wednesday, West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin announced an agreement with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on legislation for health care costs, climate change, deficit reduction and more. Also, President Biden left isolation after testing negative for…
From the start of the pandemic, scientists have tried to determine exactly where and how the novel coronavirus spread to humans. New studies conclude the virus first emerged from a live-animal market in Wuhan, China. One of the authors of…
By Associated Press
The head of the World Health Organization is advising men at risk of catching monkeypox to consider reducing their sexual partners "for the moment."…
By Lauren Sausser, Kaiser Health News
Homes for pregnant girls may seem like a vestige of the past. But they still exist and, in light of the Supreme Court’s recent ruling on abortion, may become more necessary.
By Mead Gruver, Associated Press
A Wyoming judge temporarily blocked the state's abortion ban on the day it took effect, siding with a firebombed women's health clinic and others who argued the ban would harm health care workers and their patients and violate the state…
By Laura Santhanam
When faced with this kind of infection, “it’s all about getting care quickly,” experts say. But abortion restrictions and bans complicate access to care, putting more pregnant people's lives at risk.
By Matthew Perrone, Associated Press
Health regulators say nearly 800,000 doses of monkeypox vaccine will soon be available for U.S. distribution.
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