- How Worried Should You Be About New Reports on Polio? August 15, 2022
Poliovirus detected in NYC wastewater put public health officials on high alert, but infectious disease experts say there's no need for families of fully vaccinated children to panic.
- One Back-to-School Worry for Parents: Traffic Dangers August 15, 2022
Many parents surveyed said drivers who don't follow the rules should be banned from school parking areas.
- Diagnosing Kids with Long COVID Can Be Tricky: Experts August 15, 2022
Experts discuss how difficult diagnosing kids with long COVID can prove to be.
- Monkeypox May Get New Name to Curb Stigma August 15, 2022
The WHO plans to rename the condition to eliminate any derogatory or racist connotations, a decision in alignment with current best practices for naming diseases.
- Four Cruise Lines to Drop COVID Vaccination Requirements August 14, 2022
Four major cruise lines are dropping their COVID-19 vaccination requirements for some sailings next month, according to USA Today.
- How New Federal Legislation Might Cut Your Drug Costs August 13, 2022
Under the law, Medicare will now be allowed to negotiate the cost of some drugs which should reduce out-of-pocket costs for seniors with Medicare Part D prescription drug plans.
- CDC's New COVID Rules Mark Change in the Pandemic, How We Live August 12, 2022
The CDC's recent move to ease COVID guidelines marks a significant shift in the pandemic and how we've lived during it. Here's how experts are reacting to the change.
- Metaverse Medicine and the Doctor, Patient Avatars Ahead August 12, 2022
The metaverse is being pitched as a place where healthcare could be offered bridging the digital and physical world in a computer-generated space where people interact. But will they take that leap?
- Young Adults Who Learn How to Cook Eat More Veggies August 12, 2022
Greater consumption of fruits and vegetables seen in college students who set goals related to eating.
- Sexual Dysfunction, Hair Loss Linked With Long COVID August 12, 2022
Hair loss, reduced sex drive, and erectile dysfunction have joined a list of better-known symptoms linked to long COVID in patients who were not hospitalized, according to findings of a large study.