President Joe Biden’s order that federal employees get vaccinated against COVID-19 has been blocked by a federal appeals court.
For the first time, autism is being diagnosed more frequently in Black and Hispanic children than in white kids in the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday.
Stephane Bancel also said the drugmaker will work to ensure patients continue paying nothing at drugstores or clinics.
A hospital in Idaho says it will stop providing labor and delivery services this spring, with the implications of the state’s abortion laws among the reasons.
U.S. officials are reporting two more deaths and additional cases of vision loss linked to eyedrops found to be tainted with a drug-resistant bacteria.
A deadly fungus that is considered an urgent public health threat by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention spread at an "alarming rate" during the pandemic.
Soccer coach Ted Lasso is coming to the White House, in the form of Emmy-winning actor Jason Sudeikis.
International scientists have examined previously unavailable genetic data from samples collected at a market in China close to where the first human cases of COVID-19 were detected.
Doctors in California who mail abortion pills to people in other states would be protected from prosecution under a new bill announced Friday in the state Legislature.
U.S. health advisersare backing the continued use of Pfizer’s COVID-19 pill Paxlovid, saying it remains an important option for adults at high risk of severe illness.
Pfizer will spend about $43 billion to buy Seagen and broaden its reach into cancer treatments, the pharmaceutical giant said Monday.
The maker of an unproven drug intended to prevent premature births says it will voluntarily remove the product from the U.S.
A Washington State judge issued an arrest warrant for a woman who has refused to isolate or receive treatment for tuberculosis.
The Environmental Protection Agency will propose restrictions on harmful “forever chemicals” in drinking water.
U.S. intelligence agencies cannot link a foreign adversary to any of the incidents associated with so-called “Havana syndrome.”