Abbott plans to restart plant at the heart of the baby formula recall on June 4
Abbott Nutrition said Tuesday that it plans to restart work at the Sturgis, Michigan, plant at the heart of the nationwide baby formula recall on June 4, with the first batches of new formula expected to be available to consumers on or around June 20.
US is offering vaccines to certain people exposed to monkeypox. Here's what you should know
As global health leaders investigate an unusual outbreak of monkeypox across more than a dozen countries, discussions in the United States have turned to vaccination against the disease -- and certain people exposed to the virus could be offered a vaccine.
What's the latest on the coronavirus vaccine for children under 5? An expert explains
Pfizer and BioNTech announced Monday that three doses of their vaccine were safe and produced a strong immune response in kids 6 months to 5 years old. What should parents know about the coming vaccines for kids ages 6 months to 5 years old? Dr. Wen answers our questions.
After losing a child in pregnancy, Ontario mum takes to Facebook to find a surrogate
News/Canada/London: In December, Summer Barton and her fiancé, Adam Van Deuren, of Denfield, Ont., lost their second child at 37 weeks after Barton developed severe preeclampsia. Now, they're searching for a surrogate to carry their next baby, and they've taken the search to social media.
People will likely lose up to 58 hours of sleep by 2099, study suggests
Researchers showed that humans living in warmer temperatures do not adapt to heat as well as those living where it's cold. The world's average temperature continues to rise due to global warming, so people can expect their sleep loss to worsen, experts say.
As their daughter was dying, a couple waited for a miracle that did not come
News/Canada/Nfld. & Labrador: With their daughter poisoned and an ambulance far away, William and Penny Molloy desperately waited for help. After a harrowing loss, William Molloy says, "How do you let your baby go?"
'Mass poisoning crisis': Canadians need to change how we talk about drug deaths, advocates say
News/Health: Thousands of Canadians die each year from a toxic street drug supply. Harm reduction experts say those deaths are preventable poisonings, so why is so little done to stop it?
US birth rates rose slightly in 2021 after a steep drop in the first year of the pandemic, CDC data shows
Early speculation that the Covid-19 pandemic may lead to a baby boom has been turned on its head, with early data showing more of a baby bust -- and worsening rates of some adverse outcomes.
Anyone can get monkeypox, but CDC warns LGBTQ community about 'greater chance' of exposure now
Anyone can get or spread monkeypox, but a "notable fraction of cases" in the latest global outbreak are happening among gay and bisexual men, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday.
Health officials continue to monitor monkeypox cases in Europe and North America
News/Health: The World Health Organization does not have evidence that the monkeypox virus has mutated, a senior executive at the UN agency said on Monday, noting the infectious disease, endemic in West and Central Africa, has tended not to change.