We Asked Experts To Tell Us The Most Important Things To Know About Kids And COVID Because Honestly, It’s Confusing
Here’s what to know right now about protecting children from COVID-19, how dangerous it is for them, and the real risk of long COVID in kids.
Every day, decisions are being made based on rapid COVID tests. How common are false negatives, and can you trust the results?
The FDA has permanently lifted a restriction on the mailing of abortion pills. Here’s what that means for the changing rules on abortion access.
Sure, not everyone is great in an emergency. But here’s how not to be a total Carrie. Caution, spoilers ahead, although everyone is talking about this right now, TBH.
The Omicron variant is creating — again — a lot of pandemic uncertainty. Here are some expert tips on how to cope with anxiety.
Don’t panic. But be cautious. We’ll know more in a couple of weeks.
Here’s how COVID pills from Merck and Pfizer work, and how and when you might be able to take them once they become available.
The declines were most prominent for white people, women, and middle-aged adults.
The dose for younger children is one-third the size for adults and is more than 90% effective at preventing symptomatic infections.
All people 16 and older are now eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot, with a Pfizer booster now recommended for those 12 and older. Here’s what you need to know about mix-and-match vaccines, boosters, and more.
Medical experts say this parasite-fighting drug shouldn’t be used to prevent or treat COVID-19. Here are the side effects and signs of toxicity you should know about.
There's a lot of confusion out there about endometriosis. What do you wish more people knew about this condition?
Endometriosis can sometimes take years to diagnose. Tell us about your symptoms and how you found out you had the condition.
Older people who moved around more — as registered by a fitness tracker — were less likely to develop dementia than other people their age.
Sometimes exercise — whether it's walking, running, dance, hiking, or any other type of activity — can save your life.
A new analysis shows that Washington, DC, had the lowest total fertility rate in the US in 2017, and South Dakota had the highest.
The patient, who was bitten by a puppy while on a yoga retreat in India, is only the 24th rabies-related death in the US in the past decade.
A lot of things in 2018 were terrible. These inspiring health-related stories are not.
Health experts say the outbreak isn't over yet, and that romaine lettuce grown on farms in three California counties is still a problem.
Tell us about a time when exercise — whether hiking, biking, walking, or anything at all — helped you get through a rough patch or overcome a health challenge.