The number of lives lost, as compiled by Johns Hopkins University, is bigger than Chicago (2.7 million) and equivalent to Philadelphia and Dallas combined.
The Biden administration says the U.S. is setting up a $1.7 billion national network to identify and track worrisome coronavirus mutations whose spread could trigger another pandemic wave.
Harris County Public Health is transitioning from the waitlist system to now offering resident COVID-19 vaccine appointment options immediately upon signing up.
Blake Daly is battling a rare form of brain cancer. Her dad's soccer team is rallying behind her.
India’s two largest cities have imposed stringent restrictions on movement and one planned to use hotels and banquet halls to treat coronavirus patients.
New research has found that most kids with a serious inflammatory illness linked to the coronavirus had no COVID-19 symptoms or just mild ones. Another small study found that many MIS-C patients also suffered neurological symptoms.
A man in Freeport lost his life but was able to give the gift of sight to a mom in Florida. We got to witness the moment when the two families met virtually.
A recent study found that granddaughters of women who were exposed to the now-banned chemical pesticide, DDT, have 2-3 times higher chances of experiencing obesity and earlier periods.
The spring season correlates with increased pollen counts, and according to a new study, the common allergen could be making COVID-19 infection rates worse.
A potential HIV vaccine that utilizes he same mRNA technology as the COVID-19 vaccine from Moderna is showing promising results.
The pause on Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine will remain in place for now after U.S. health advisers said they need more evidence to make any decision about the rare blood clots reported.
A study to test out if Apple Watches and iPhones can detect certain illnesses, such as COVID-19, is accepting participants in the Seattle area.
Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel said he anticipates the world will see many coronavirus variants over “the next year or so” and hopes to have a booster shot by the fall.
Houston health officials are advising people on what to do if you took the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, which has now been put on pause amid concerns about blood clots.
Johnson & Johnson said it will pause an ongoing trial of its COVID-19 vaccine after federal health officials recommended the action in the wake of six reported U.S. cases of a rare type of blood clotting following vaccination.
President Joe Biden announced steps Tuesday to address the high mortality rate of Black mothers in the United States through equal access to health care and combating systemic racism.
More than 500,000 doses of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine have been administered in Texas, and health officials say none of the six reported cases of blood clots occurred in the state.
The Houston Health Department and Harris County Public Health will pause administration of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine at their sites following guidance from federal health officials.
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The surge, which can be seen across India, is particularly alarming because the country is a major vaccine producer and a critical supplier to the U.N.-backed COVAX initiative.