Their agenda: Making sure U.S. citizens get hospital residences that could go to foreign graduates.
Trump’s CDC director lends his scientific credibility to Big Ass’ Clean Air Systems subsidiary, which touts an “ion technology” questioned by some indoor air quality experts.
Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Republican Sen. Marco Rubio were set to roll out a bill Friday that could help unknown thousands of service members.
A Texas federal judge has signaled his openness to ending the ACA’s popular coverage requirement for preventive services.
Sick with ailments similar to those suffered by 9/11 first responders, service members exposed to toxic burning garbage overseas may finally see Congress address their plight.
After nearly a decade’s worth of federal inspections, reprimands, and corrective action plans, has Pfizer fixed the facility that will be filling vials of its COVID vaccine?
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The ubiquitous photos can be a source of envy or a tool of encouragement.
Inoculating the millions of undocumented workers who produce America’s agricultural bounty will be key to herd immunity. But gaining their trust is proving complicated.
The college offered up its freezer to a local hospital, which then vaccinated school staffers who did not have priority standing.