“People always call me fearless, but I feel like I just state the facts,” Dr. Janet Woodcock said.
“We cannot wait to deal with this epidemic of uncontrolled high blood pressure” that affects more than 82 million American, U.S. Surgeon General...
The update acknowledges the existence of some published reports showing limited, uncommon circumstances where people with COVID-19 infected others...
An early antigen test used by the White House was woefully inaccurate. But the new antigen test the White House is using has not been...
US regulators eventually could safely approve vaccines for COVID-19 if the process is kept free of political pressure regarding time lines, study...
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The agency has asked states to submit plans for vaccine distribution by mid-October.
“I balance the work of direct patient care and patient advocacy in different spaces,” said Dr. Bryant Cameron Webb.
As Nicholas Bagley, a law professor at the University of Michigan who specializes in health issues,“Among...
The announcement includes technical initiatives, such as a contract to help clinics and hospitals integrate care.