Even as the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, litigation — whether about vaccines, masks or a range of other public health policies made during the pandemic — isn’t about to end.
State officials said they will instead use state funds they can control, including cutting out organizations tied to abortion care.
As antibiotics are overused and misused, superbugs keep evolving.
FDA approved updated boosters Wednesday. The feds have helped cover costs of vaccination and testing as well as public awareness drives.
The original declaration of January 2020 changed the health care landscape.
Economists say testing is key to fighting the pandemic and restoring the economy.
“Our health is all interconnected and inextricable from the conditions in which we live,” says epidemiologist Dr. Sandro Galea.
Read an excerpt from a new book by emergency room physician and former Baltimore Health commissioner Dr. Leana Wen.
A large, diverse county is betting local mothers can help it reduce hesitancy about the COVID-19 vaccine and boost inoculation rates.