A surgeon in Texas revealed she’s seeing a pattern of lung scarring in some patients who have had COVID-19 that’s worse than what she sees in smokers’ lungs.
Gut bacteria may impact the severity of COVID-19, as well as the body’s immune response to the virus, a new study suggests. Imbalances in type and volume of bacteria may also be tied to “long-haul” COVID.
The U.S. registered more COVID-19 deaths in a single day than ever before -- nearly 3,900 -- on the very day of the mob attack on the Capitol.
While the IRS and Treasury have distributed the bulk of the anticipated $164 million in second-round of relief payments for Americans faster than the first time, millions have not gotten payments yet or found hiccups in the distribution.
Doctor Omar Atiq gave his indebted cancer patients a huge gift for the holidays.
The U.S. could soon be giving at least a million COVID-19 vaccinations a day despite the sluggish start, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Tuesday.
A Tennessee mother is warning the public about the importance of wearing masks after her 25-year-old son died of COVID-19 within a week of being admitted to the hospital.
Authorities in Belgium say a 27th elderly person has died in an outbreak at a nursing home from a super-spreading St. Nick party last month but hope the situation is finally under control.
This is the deadliest year in U.S. history, with deaths topping 3 million for the first time.
Many physicians are facing a potential pay cut as a new rule passed by Congress, set to go into effect Jan. 1, will lower the reimbursement rates that clinicians receive for treating patients covered by Medicare.
The United Arab Emirates says a Chinese coronavirus vaccine tested in the federation of sheikhdoms is 86% effective, though it released few details.
Nearly 37,000 people died of COVID-19 in the U.S. in November, the most since the dark early days of the pandemic.
Moderna Inc. says it will ask U.S. and European regulators to allow emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine as new study results confirm the shots offer strong protection.
U.S. regulators are allowing emergency use of the first rapid coronavirus test that can be done entirely at home.
Teachers' unions across America are calling for the halt of in-person learning as coronavirus cases climb once again.
There's more promising news on the COVID-19 vaccine front as Moderna says its shot provides strong protection against the coronavirus.
The United States has hit yet another grim milestone with more than 11 million COVID-19 cases, according to Johns Hopkins data.
With coronavirus cases soaring in North Dakota, Gov. Doug Burgum moved to allow the state's beleaguered hospitals to use infected but asymptomatic doctors and nurse to treat COVID-19 patients.
The FDA issued an emergency use authorization for the monoclonal therapy bamlanivimab to treat mild-to-moderate cases of COVID-19.
Scientists vary in their recommendations over who should get the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.