Amid Surge, Hospitals Hesitate To Cancel Nonemergency Surgeries

Three months ago, the nation watched as COVID-19 patients overwhelmed New York City’s intensive care.

In Texas, Individual Freedoms Clash With Efforts To Slow The Surge Of COVID Cases

HOUSTON — The Fourth of July was a little different this year here in Texas’.

What Seniors Should Know Before Going Ahead With Elective Procedures

For months, Patricia Merryweather-Arges, a health care expert, has fielded questions about the coronavirus pandemic.

Statement of the twenty-fifth polio IHR Emergency Committee

The twenty-fifth meeting of the Emergency Committee under the International Health Regulations (2005) (IHR) on.

Introductory meeting of WHO’s Strategic and Technical Advisory Group for Tuberculosis

An introductory meeting of WHO’s Strategic and Technical Advisory Group for Tuberculosis (STAG-TB) was held.

60 Minutes promotes one hospital’s “promise of plasma”

I’m a bit late on this with only a few excuses.  The birth of a.

Hollowed-Out Public Health System Faces More Cuts Amid Virus

The U.S. public health system has been starved for decades and lacks the resources to.

Workers Filed More Than 4,100 Complaints About Protective Gear. Some Still Died.

COVID-19 cases were climbing at Michigan’s McLaren Flint hospital. So Roger Liddell, 64, who procured.

In Arizona Race, McSally Makes Health Care Pledge At Odds With Track Record

“Of course I will always protect those with preexisting conditions. Always.” — U.S. Sen. Martha.

Sweeps Of Homeless Camps Run Counter To COVID Guidance And Pile On Health Risks

DENVER — Melody Lewis lives like a nomad in the heart of downtown. Poking her.