Polio terrified Americans, and in 1955, when Jonas Salk’s vaccine became available, they snapped it up like candy. Sixty-five years later, this is a different story.
Montana dropped Quest Diagnostics this week, and other states vexed by testing delays are trying to find work-arounds.
The scourge is emerging as everyone's attention is diverted to COVID-19.
Attorneys say some state workers’ compensation laws leave workers and families struggling for benefits after a COVID illness or death.
Executions have been on hold in California since 2006. But condemned prisoners are dying from coronavirus.
The rapid test by Abbott Laboratories is raising questions about the FDA’s standards for coronavirus tests.
“The optics of this aren’t great.”
The White House left states to find and pay for life-saving machines. What happens when the second wave hits?
“Using them against unarmed civilians is a huge violation of human rights.”
First-term Sen. Kyrsten Sinema has received almost $100,000 from drug companies in the current election cycle.