Health

The coffee giant employs nearly a quarter of a million people in the U.S.
Hospitals in northern England are still under pressure because of high caseloads, but hospital admissions and patients elsewhere in England are stabilizing or falling.
Feeling like you can't even care about work right now? You're not alone, thanks to omicron.
The White House is set to distribute 400 million free N95 masks through pharmacies and community clinics, which the public has long asked for.
The Fox News star clapped as she announced the military leader had tested positive despite being vaccinated and boosted.
The new federal website will officially launch on Wednesday, but has been up and running since Tuesday.
“I think what I have not conveyed is the uncertainty in a lot of these situations,” said Dr. Rochelle Walensky, head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Achieving herd immunity from COVID-19 is more complicated than it is with other diseases, warned the White House’s chief medical adviser.
"The doctor told me there was no rush, even though the radiology report stated my tumor was 'of concern.' In fact, she was going on vacation for two weeks and her schedule was full."
The preliminary results raised questions about Israel’s decision to offer a second booster shot — and fourth overall — to its over-60 population.
Biden said the mandates have already had their desired effect on reducing the number of unvaccinated adults.
Rochelle Walensky called it “really encouraging” that most COVID-19 deaths among the vaccinated are of people with “at least four comorbidities.”
The federal agency's new guidance reflects warnings from other public health experts throughout the omicron surge.
The U.S. is facing its worst blood shortage in a decade, but there's a significant population whose donations are still limited.
The writers behind HBO Max's "Sex and the City" revival said David Eigenberg recently got hearing aids, much like his character on the series.
The University of Maryland Medical Center said the man's eligibility was “based solely on his medical records.”
The reptiles have been linked to a recent salmonella outbreak.
"It's impacting every patient population that we take care of," a hospital director said of shortages that have left some blood centers with less than a day's supply.
“That’ll get that circulation going right," said broadcaster Bart Scott, a former NFL player.
The justices allowed a separate vaccine rule covering millions of health care workers to take effect.