Flu has virtually disappeared from the U.S.; Pfizer is studying 3rd vaccine dose to fight variants; and jobless claims fall. Here are today's coronavirus updates.
Johnson and Johnson’s single-dose vaccine is poised for approval after U.S. regulators find it protects against COVID-19 and is safe. Get the latest.
What happens when COVID-19 causes a person to lose their sense of smell? Food tastes like cardboard. Depression and cognitive issues can result. The latest developments.
As COVID-19 dominates headlines, influenza has all but disappeared.
As the U.S. nears 500,000 COVID-19 deaths, Dr. Anthony Fauci says it's "possible" Americans will still need to wear masks in 2022. Here's the latest.
The CDC found that wearing two masks provided more protection than one. Here is a look at the CDC’s advice and some tips on how to mask properly.
Some food can aggravate or help relieve stress. Here are some simple food swaps you can make that may help you feel a little bit calmer.
Several people in Russia have been found to be infected with avian flu of the subtype H5N8 in cases of animal-to-human transmission, authorities said.
President Biden will announce $4 billion in U.S. aid to help the vaccine effort in poor nations, then will head to Michigan to visit a vaccine site as weather hampers U.S. distribution.
The women came to the vaccination site wearing bonnets, gloves and glasses in an attempt to receive their vaccines.
A closer look at the continuing efforts to monitor the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines. Plus, a roundup of today's virus developments and latest numbers.
'Long COVID' – in which people have symptoms lasting more than a few weeks – is turning out to be very common. People hospitalized for COVID-19 are at highest risk, but they aren't alone.
Tens of millions of N95 masks are piling up in American warehouses. So why are many hospitals still restricting doctors and nurses to one per day?
Their claims were explosive. Their evidence was weak. These are the leading superspreaders of COVID-19 misinformation.
Also, in honor of Valentine's Day, experts offer advice on how to rekindle the flame that the pandemic may have extinguished.
A grim new forecast confirms what experts caution amid declining Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations: when it comes to the pandemic, the US is not yet out of the woods.
The report raises new questions as to whether a March 25 directive from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration helped spread sickness and death among residents. Get today's latest.