Global health experts gathered on Thursday to tackle new coronavirus strains blamed for a fresh surge in infections as countries including Britain and France tightened restrictions to head off a further worsening of the pandemic.
Not cool! Candace Cameron Bure fired back at online haters who posted negative comments on her family’s holiday photo. Cheers to 2021! How Khloe Kardashian and More Celebrated New Year’s Eve “Happy New Year from
First US COVID-19 vaccine recipient: ‘I stand by the science’ of the vaccine New York nurse Sandra Lindsay encourages people ‘not to be afraid’ of vaccination, says she is ‘feeling great’ after receiving her first
The World Health Organization warned Friday that Christmas celebrations could turn to tears if people fail to keep up their guard against COVID-19 during the festive season. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the number
TUESDAY, Dec. 1, 2020 — A strawberry-flavored version of the first-line HIV medication dolutegravir will soon be available for infants. The medication will come in a tablet that dissolves in water or juice, according to
The nonprofit International Partnership for Microbicides (IPM) is pleased to announce the World Health Organization’s (WHO) prequalification of the dapivirine ring, a monthly vaginal ring to reduce women’s HIV risk. This designation from the WHO
MONDAY, Nov. 23, 2020 — The use of remdesivir currently is not recommended for hospitalized COVID-19 patients because of the lack of evidence for improvement in mortality, need for mechanical ventilation, and other patient-important outcomes,
Patients who shared the same racial or ethnic background as their physician were more likely to give the maximum patient rating score, according to a new analysis of 117,589 patient surveys from 2014 to 2017.
Last week the World Health Organization’s special envoy on COVID-19, David Nabarro, said: “We in the World Health Organization do not advocate lockdowns as the primary measure for the control of the virus.” This has
The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety last week released a special report looking at the sector’s response to COVID-19. Finding the federal government did not adequately prepare residential aged care to deal