Still another appellate court has shot down another federal Covid measure, this time a vaccine mandate for federal contractors
A researcher at the University of New Mexico wants to know if exercise helps fight off COVID, and is recruiting folks to help.
Speaking to folks who are hesitant about getting the COVID-19 vaccine has gained a new sense of urgency as the Delta variant pushes cases up across the country.
Just in time for Mother's Day, the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD) is launching a new public health initiative
As the city recovers, many are not sure what the landscape will look like for businesses in New York City.
Several new websites have popped up to connect pharmacies or clinics with leftover doses of COVID-19 vaccine to people who want the shot.
Black elected officials are speaking out about what they see as Gov. Ron DeSantis's pattern of prioritizing COVID-19 vaccines for people in affluent, mostly white neighborhoods.
With the midterms near, recent inflation woes are especially felt in tribal areas, and Indigenous leaders in North Dakota hope it spurs turnout.