One survey found 15% of health care workers who were offered a coronavirus vaccine didn't want it.
Rural clinics face unique challenges in connecting perishable vaccines with residents who often live miles away.
About 700,000 parents left their jobs to care for their kids after child care centers closed, according to a recent analysis.
Public health advertising can fall short by inciting fear, rather than providing clear steps viewers can take to save lives.
The Biden administration has to make a choice: Should it undo a vital system that Trump’s health department created?
Memphis-Area Residents Without Internet Must Wait Days for Vaccination Appointments, While Others Go to the Front of the Line
The county’s decision to prioritize vaccinations for internet users — and its failure to set aside any appointments for callers — raises issues of equity and access, say experts.
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Jordan’s Story: Isolated, Anxious and Failing Online Classes, an 11-Year-Old Texas Boy Considered Suicide
Months of remote learning were hard on the Frisco ISD student. Like other schoolchildren across the state, he experienced mental health issues, in large part due to social isolation during the pandemic.
The lobbying to be in the "1B category" has been intense in many states. Advocates for older adults, teachers, restaurant workers, agricultural workers and others are pleading their cases.
Pharmacies have started quietly offering leftover Covid-19 shots to anyone around. You can guess where this goes.
The U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals issued a 2-1 decision that found a plan to open the nation’s first supervised drug injection site violates a federal law passed to shut down crack houses.
Farmers in Wisconsin can access a 24-hour hotline, free counseling and, soon, virtual support groups. It's all part of a state-funded wellness program focused on the agricultural community.
As Covid-19 vaccines become available to broader segments of the public, states are establishing facilities where thousands of doses can be administered daily.
Officials fear that the facility's closure will limit hospital access for about 60,000 Chicago-area residents. Inner-city hospitals often struggle with lean Medicaid payment rates.
How important are informal rules in keeping us safe? And why do people alter their behavior to follow norms when they don’t expect disobedience to be punished by authorities?
Of more than 6 million people in the U.S. who have received shots of the two new Covid vaccines, at least 29 have suffered anaphylaxis, a dangerous reaction.
With the vaccine rollout underway, some experts support giving a single dose to as many people as possible. Others want to vaccinate according to the protocol used during clinical trials.
The more conservative Supreme Court will likely embolden lawmakers to pass restrictions that could run afoul of Roe v. Wade.
An 87-year-old Idaho man filed the suit, seeking to force the state to alter its Covid-19 vaccination program.
Undocumented immigrants without health insurance often skip care.
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