Acknowledging the seriousness of the monkeypox outbreak in the United States, the White House announced today that 1.8 million more vaccine doses will be available next week.
A new study suggests using hand signals during videoconference calls may lessen "Zoom fatigue"
Should parents of young schoolchildren be worried about monkeypox?
A new study reveals countries that are closer to achieving universal health coverage saw smaller declines in routine childhood vaccinations during the pandemic.
Researchers are chasing a range of potential culprits in the race to find the causes of long COVID. Some things they agree on: There will be a number of different causes, and the symptoms will vary wildly from case to case.
Tracking blood pressure with a smartphone app won't lead to any greater drop in blood pressure than simply self-monitoring with the kind of device that doctors typically suggest be used at home, according to a new study.
The maternal mortality rate for Black women in the U.S. is nearly three times higher than it is for white women. If you’re a pregnant Black woman, what can you do to help protect yourself and your baby?
A new band-aid is being designed to stick twice as well to skin, but hurt half as much to pull off. Scientists are tapping into the main ingredient in school glue to make this possible.
Leeching was once quackery of the worst sort. But the leech has been quietly making a comeback in the field of reconstructive microsurgery
The same technology used to forecast the weather could estimate your likelihood of COVID infection. The motive? Obliterating lockdowns for good.
If you’re having surgery to remove a kidney stone and doctors discover other, smaller stones nearby, it’s safer to go ahead and have them all removed at once, a new study suggests.
The #calamine lotion tag has millions of views on TikTok, with hundreds of videos hailing the cream for its matte effect when used as a makeup primer.
A new study suggests that racial segregation may be compounding detrimental effects of lead on Black children.
These disorders include gestational hypertension and preeclampsia. These pregnancy complications have been strongly linked to heart disease in later life, but, until now, few studies have connected these disorders with thinking and memory.
The White House announced today that the FDA will move forward with plans to make hearing aids available over the counter in pharmacies, other retail locations, and online.
Poliovirus detected in NYC wastewater put public health officials on high alert, but infectious disease experts say there's no need for families of fully vaccinated children to panic.
Many parents surveyed said drivers who don't follow the rules should be banned from school parking areas.
Experts discuss how difficult diagnosing kids with long COVID can prove to be.
The WHO plans to rename the condition to eliminate any derogatory or racist connotations, a decision in alignment with current best practices for naming diseases.
Four major cruise lines are dropping their COVID-19 vaccination requirements for some sailings next month, according to USA Today.