Health

The president has repeatedly tested negative for COVID-19.
The Republican congressman from Ohio is spouting nonsense that ignores data, experts and the reality of the newest coronavirus variant.
Starting in mid-January, people will be able to get the cost of at-home COVID-19 tests reimbursed by their private health insurance.
The first U.S. case of the omicron variant has been confirmed in California.
Here's what's new, from the omicron variant to updated booster guidance.
The president was blunt when a reporter asked him about sharing a debate stage with Trump after his rival had reportedly tested positive for COVID-19.
The justices appeared primed to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Mark Meadows revealed in his book that the former president had first tested positive for the coronavirus nearly a week before he admitted it.
Nearly 20 countries have recorded the variant, triggering travel bans across the world.
A person in California has tested positive for the new COVID-19 variant, which was first identified by researchers in South Africa.
A series of injunctions have held up key components of the president’s vaccination campaign in court.
The court could overrule the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.
Tests within 24 hours of departure and even self-quarantine rules are reportedly on the table amid the spread of the omicron variant.
Dutch health authorities said the coronavirus variant was found in samples taken before South Africa first reported the variant to the World Health Organization.
"I promise you it will go away if you just keep at it," Biden assured a girl while vacationing in Nantucket.
“Many of us might think we are done with COVID-19. It’s not done with us,” World Health Organization director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Monday.
The U.S. will “face this new threat just as we’ve faced those that have come before it,” President Joe Biden said.
"I’m here to experience my body for once without analyzing it."
For years, anti-choice activists and politicians have attacked reproductive rights in Mississippi. Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health is the endgame.
GOP Rep. Ronny Jackson insisted that the highly transmissible variant is just a trick to "push" midterm mail-in ballots.