Just 9.6 percent of people in low-income countries have received at least one vaccine dose to date.
Fraudulent pop-up testing sites are spreading — and BIPOC and low-income neighborhoods may be most at risk.
Andrew Wheeler could occupy Virginia’s top environmental post, sparking concern of environmental protection reversals.
COVID infections are exacerbating some medical conditions and making it harder to reduce its spread within hospitals.
“Coal is killing our climate, yet the Biden administration is defending it,” one environmental advocate said.
Pfizer and its subsidiaries weren’t alone in raising drug costs for patients in 2022.
Confronting the overdose crisis will require a society-wide transformation in how we approach the issue of drug use.
The bill has been cosponsored by over 50 members of Congress, according to Sanders.
Federal officials said Medicare should limit coverage of an unproven Alzheimer’s drug responsible in part for the hike.
The plan, announced Monday, allows insured people to get up to eight at-home tests reimbursed by insurers per month.