Scientists spent decades working towards a vaccine, and now the World Health Organization has approved the first.
Cancer cells from Lacks, a Black woman, provided breakthroughs from polio to HIV, but were taken without her knowledge.
Studies suggest vaccinated people are less likely to pass it on to others. Plus, ‘COVID toes’ and a pill to treat COVID.
Curbs ease for fully vaccinated in Australia’s biggest city as doctors’ group urges continued caution.
How widespread traumatic brain injuries, once the hidden wounds of the seven-year conflict, are now coming to light.
Following one of Europe’s weakest vaccination campaigns, Romania’s healthcare system is close to collapsing.
WHO approves the first jab against malaria for widespread use among children in Africa.
UN health body announces the Mosquirix vaccine against malaria should be widely administered to children in Africa.
PAHO director says Alaska doctors are deciding which patients get hospital beds amid worst COVID outbreak in the US.
Dr Khan explains how to find the best mask and asks if we should still be wiping down home deliveries and shopping.
A panel of FDA health experts will meet next week to consider booster shots of the J&J and Moderna vaccines.
Officials say drug offers a ‘much easier’ way to treat people as states eye relaxing lockdowns for fully vaccinated.
Two Ohio counties accuse the pharmacies of flooding the community with pain pills, in latest move against drug industry.