A panel of national experts on Tuesday advised earlier screenings of colorectal cancer, starting at age 45.
Coronavirus-related hospitalizations in one state in the Midwest, an area of the country that is currently seeing a surge of new COVID-19 cases, have reached a record high — again.
An 18-year-old University of Dayton freshman has died from complications related to COVID-19, according to a report.
Artificially sweetened drinks may not be a healthier option after all, with a new study finding risk of heart issues.
Government officials do not expect to be able to vaccinate the full European Union population until 2022, according to a report.
Coronavirus deaths in the U.S. are on the rise once more.
A new study suggests immunity to coronavirus may drop over several months.
Nurses comprised the highest percentage of coronavirus hospitalizations over other types of health care personnel, per a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The study, which is not yet peer-reviewed, found the most decline in patients who required ventilation.
Almost 800,000 children in the U.S. have contracted coronavirus, the American Academy of Pediatrics reported.
Prototype testing is underway for a reusable face mask that would blast virus particles with heat, per a university news release.
Thanksgiving and Christmas are just around the corner, but like most everything else this year, these events will likely look a bit different than normal as the holiday season coincides with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Ice rinks in one New England state are temporarily closed due to a rise in cases of the novel coronavirus linked to indoor hockey.
No tricks here, just adorable little treats.
An outbreak of coronavirus at Sunny Acres Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Chelmsford, Mass., has left five residents dead, according to state data.
A recent report found that coronavirus caused two-thirds of almost 300,000 higher-than-average deaths this year, per a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Flu deaths are down two-thirds from the five-year average, a drop that could indicate the most vulnerable Americans died in the first wave of COVID-19.
Is it even possible to keep germs away?
A recent rash of illnesses involving contaminated deli meats has resulted in at least 10 hospitalizations and one death, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Judge Ricardo Samaniego of El Paso County, Texas has imposed a curfew as coronavirus cases continue to rise