From cancer to multiple sclerosis, the implications are tantalizing.
Despite spooky reports of shortages, the real problem is shots sitting in freezers, experts said.
The United States needs to catch up to other countries, where mutations are running wild—but at least they know about it. Here’s how.
The outgoing president was hell-bent on returning an American to the moon by the end of his second term. But now… there is no second term, and NASA is in limbo.
Years of work by three countries are coming to a head on the Red Planet in the span of just a few days in early 2021.
Giving as many people as possible one dose rather than two might sound tempting. It could be a recipe for disaster.
A wildly different strategy: focus on essential workers over the elderly, but also the young people who tend to spread the virus in general. But would it work?
States are deciding who to protect first, and some governors have their acts together better than others. Ron DeSantis is off the deep end, experts say.
Emergency use authorization means the end really is in sight in the country where COVID-19 has made more people sick—and ended more lives—than anywhere else on Earth.
It might sound crazy, but with production snags and distribution problems, it could be the quickest way back to something resembling normal.