With vaccine authorization months away and schools in chaos now, families fret over how best to protect their children.
The task of 2022 will be figuring out how much action we’re willing to take and how much disease and death we’ll tolerate.
A new FDA report shows that a long-awaited Obama-era initiative to stop the spread of superbugs and improve animal welfare has stalled out.
Patients with the perplexing syndrome have reported 200 different symptoms. Researchers will have to decide which to study—and rule out.
People and canines suffer horribly from the disease, caused by a fungus spreading through the increasingly dry US Southwest.
A “universal” shot would protect against every branch of Covid’s viral family tree—even future ones. But getting there won’t be easy.
Federal advisers meet again this week to discuss third shots, but it’s still not clear what the best timing is—or what the US owes the world.
African swine fever killed half the pigs in China. There is no vaccine and no treatment. Now it’s in the Caribbean and on the doorstep of the US.
The first fatal bioterror attack in the US killed five people and caused a national panic—and we’re still short of funding and tech to handle health emergencies.