As the Trump administration eyes a speedy replacement, the court will hear a case against the health care law a week after the election
Whether it’s a cough or a sore throat, doctors in areas affected by the recent wildfires must determine whether symptoms are caused by the coronavirus, smoke or even the flu
The test was halted when a participant suffered spinal cord damage, and U.S. scientists launched an investigation
With no clear guidance from the federal government, schools are pursuing a mix of online and in-person classes
Public health experts offer tips for evaluating the risks of visiting public places during the COVID-19 pandemic
Late-stage clinical trials of the first two coronavirus vaccine candidates in the U.S. plan to recruit 60,000 Americans
Teams are starting to test vaccines using messenger RNA or chimpanzee cold viruses to inoculate humans. Will their benefits last?
Racial minorities and those with underlying health conditions may be at a greater risk from coronavirus infection, but have historically been less likely to be included in clinical trials...
The White House told hospitals to report data through a private company system instead of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Experts explain the best time for testing after exposure and how to find test sites