A year after it became clear that COVID-19 was becoming a pandemic, there is still no cure, but doctors have several innovative treatments. Some are keeping patients out of the hospital entirely.
Author - Matthew Martinez
Early numbers show that people from racial and ethnic minorities have lower vaccination rates. Lack of internet access could be a reason.
Blacks are at greater risk of dying from COVID-19 than whites. A study that examined racism at the country level had surprising results.
California’s COVID-19 disparities are sobering. Everyone is at risk, but low-income, Black and Latino residents are dying at higher rates.
The 1918-1919 flu claimed millions of lives worldwide. Could it also have given birth to the viral zombie?
Burt's Bees, a pioneer in natural skin care, today announced research supporting the role of efficacy-first natural regimens to defend, restore and improve skin health.
When people get sick, they often suspect bacteria and viruses as the cause. But now the CDC is asking physicians and patients to consider another culprit: fungi.
April 15 is not only a day to pay individual taxes to the IRS. It is also the day that tobacco companies must pay a penalty to help offset states' costs for the treatment of tobacco-related diseases.
As organs go, lungs do not receive a lot of attention, and diseases associated with them, such as lung cancer, historically have been underfunded. Here's a look at how your amazing lungs function.
The skin is the body's largest organ, so it's important to take good care of it. However, doing so doesn't necessarily mean breaking the bank, say dermatologists from the American Academy of Dermatology.