A new review shows that ‘vaccines are remarkably safe, and that the current vaccine approval and post-marketing surveillance processes are robust and effective’.
With over 200,000 cases in Los Angeles County alone, contact tracers like Radhika Kumar have their work cut out for them.
The move highlights the risk of Legionnaires’ disease outbreaks when buildings are reopened after coronavirus lockdowns.
Talks on a new U.S. pandemic relief package are stalled and its crucial benefits are expiring. President Trump said he would use executive orders to provide aid, but it is unclear whether he has the power to do so.
A thousand people are expected to march in Cardiff, Swansea, Bridgend and Merthyr over nurses’ pay.
Most people won’t spread the virus widely. The few who do are probably in the wrong place at the wrong time in their infection, new models suggest.
“This is a situation where you have to pray for the best and be ready for the worst,” one father said.
Admissions tests for many graduate schools have gone online. But not the MCAT, the exam for aspiring doctors. It must still be taken in person, pandemic or not.
Tammi Truax, the Portsmouth poet laureate, writes a weekly poem for the city’s coronavirus newsletter, breaking up grim statistics with verse.
Lawmakers and White House officials are still divided over pandemic aid as a program to help small businesses is set to end. The Ohio governor tested positive — and then negative — for the virus.
A deal in which NHS England had access to 92% of private hospitals beds will come to an end.
After a low in cases at the end of June, the ONS estimated infections had been rising slightly in July.
Janet Wilkie criticises the suspension of breast screenings for the over 70s due to the pandemic.
Many American parents still harbour safety concerns about the human papillomavirus vaccine, even though it guards against 90% of all cervical and anal cancers.
A study found that compared to nonsmokers, the risk of aneurysm was four times higher in women who smoked.
In this three-part podcast edition, Dr Selina Palm joins Dr Despina Learmonth to discuss sex and religion.
All I could think about was how quickly the first 40 years of my life had flown by and how nothing was guaranteed ahead.
The premature babies were treated in hospitals 60 miles apart but an app kept their parents updated.
But the South Korean study couldn’t say how much this group actually passed coronavirus on.
Female breast cancer patients were much more likely to survive than other patients, a study says.
The first professional musical staged in the United States since theater shut down is also a de facto public health experiment.