Erin Gilmer, a lawyer and disability rights activist who fought for medical privacy, lower drug prices and a more compassionate health care system as she confronted a cascade of illnesses
Cases, hospitalizations and deaths remain far below last winter’s peak, but the director urged people to get fully vaccinated. By Emily Anthes and Alexandra Petri As the highly contagious Delta
In a striking reflection of concern over the approval of the controversial new Alzheimer’s drug Aduhelm, the Cleveland Clinic said Wednesday evening that it would not administer it to patients.
WASHINGTON — U.S. regulators on Monday added a new warning to Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine about links to a rare and potentially dangerous neurological reaction, but said it’s not
The agency’s advice on distancing, masks and vaccination brings the coming school year a bit more into focus. By Emily Anthes and Sarah Mervosh With less than a month to
A visit from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to Mesa County in late June hasn’t yet yielded answers about why so many people in nursing homes recently got
Many Americans felt socially isolated during the pandemic, cut off from friends and family as they hunkered down and kept their distance to try to protect themselves from infection. But
Sales have plunged by $500 million. The work force has been cut by three-quarters. Operations in 14 countries have been abandoned. Many state and local lobbying campaigns have been shut
France is handing out third shots of the two-dose vaccines to cancer patients and others with immune system impairments. In the United States, patients like these are on their own.
When Angelina Burke entered the Platte Valley Youth Services Center in Greeley last month, she had been steadily taking a litany of psychiatric medications. Those medications — including Suboxone to