FDA Panel To Review Moderna Vaccine
An FDA advisory panel is meeting today to discuss Moderna's vaccine candidate. The agency already confirmed the vaccine's safety.
Health workers are hoping a second vaccine gets approval soon.
An FDA advisory panel is meeting today to discuss Moderna's vaccine candidate.
The agency already confirmed the vaccine's safety.
If the board gives it the okay, it could get emergency use authorization by tomorrow.
Government officials think a second approved vaccine could help mean 20 million Americans will get their initial vaccination by the end of the year.
What living with long COVID is really like
Scripps News talked to a dozen people with long-term COVID symptoms about their current experience and their hope for the future.
New data links COVID-19 pandemic's origins to raccoon dogs
The discovery does not prove that raccoon dogs or any other animals infected with COVID triggered the pandemic.
China to reopen to tourists, resume all visas Wednesday
China had stuck to a harsh "zero-COVID" strategy involving sudden lockdowns and daily COVID-19 testing to try to stop the virus.
New Orleans man creates gym for amputees, quadriplegics
Mark Raymond Jr., who broke his neck in diving accident, runs a health club for people living with disabilities in New Orleans.
The WNBA is pushing to change its travel arrangements
WNBA players have to fly commercial, while other sports leagues and its male counterpart are able to charter flights.
Americans are being denied benefits because of a job list from 1938
There's a range of criteria for Americans to get social security and disability benefits, but some are denied because of an outdated index of jobs.