New Case Of COVID-19 Omicron Variant As President Biden Works To Slow SpreadThe U.S. now has two confirmed cases of the Omicron variant as President Biden works to contain it.
South Florida Health Officials Prepare For Coronavirus Omicron VariantHealth Officials in South Florida are searching for the Omicron Variant right at home.
Celebrating Progress In The Battle Against HIV/AIDSOn World AIDS Day, there is encouraging news for people living with HIV.
FDA Advisers Endorse Merck's COVID Antiviral Drug In Narrow VoteA panel of the Food and Drug Administration's outside drug advisers voted narrowly Tuesday to back allowing Ridgeback Biotherapeutics and Merck's antiviral pills to be prescribed for COVID-19, following an hours-long meeting mulling the benefits and risks of molnupiravir to treat the disease in high-risk adults.
Omicron vs. Delta: Scientists Race To Determine Severity, Transmissibility & Vaccine EffectivenessLocal, state, federal, and leaders across the world are monitoring the spread of the new COVID-19 variant, Omicron.
COVID Omicron Variant: US Imposes Travel Ban From 8 African CountriesThe omicron variant has been detected in at least 14 countries, prompting a travel ban from South Africa and seven other Southern African countries.  The travel ban is effective Monday.
Researchers May Have Cracked The Code For The Best Kind Of Cuddle Experts have touted the health benefits of hugging for years, saying hugs can lower stress levels and boost self-confidence.
Researchers Find Link Between Diabetes And Risk Of Developing Breast CancerThe researchers' findings could help doctors better treat breast cancer and reduce the risk for patients who are obese or suffer from type-2 diabetes.
Data Finds Drug Overdoses Up 28.5% From A Year BeforeNew research shows America’s opioid epidemic has reached unprecedented levels during the COVID-19 pandemic.
'The Sport That Saves Our Spirit': Breast Cancer Survivors Compete In Dragon Boat RaceBreast cancer survivors joined in a show of unity and athleticism for the annual Dragon Boat Festival.
Study Finds As Many As 1.6 Million Americans Had Change In Sense Of Smell After Catching COVIDMost recover their sense of smell eventually, but some may never do so.