Researchers evaluated the prevalence of comorbid conditions among patients with vs without HIV infection.
Researchers assessed whether the collection of additional blood samples increases the probability of bacteremia detection among hospitalized patients.
Supply chain issues around the world are fueling a shortage of baby formula — and the problem is only getting worse.
Between 2008 and 2017, there were nationwide increases in GAS, with an accompanying payer shift from self-pay to private or insurance.
State affirmative action bans are associated with a reduction in the percentage of students from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups.
The U.S. Supreme Court is on the verge of striking down the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling, a leaked draft opinion shows.
Pfizer Inc. announced Tuesday that it has asked the U.S. FDA to approve emergency use of its booster shot for children ages 5 to 11 years.
A large, sustained reduction in opioid prescribing by emergency clinicians is possible through an intervention.
Researchers assessed whether the rate of treatment initiations for hepatitis C virus infection among patients participating in a methadone treatment program increased after the implementation of a hepatology clinic.
Researchers assessed whether early treatment with hydroxychloroquine decreases the risk for hospitalization among patients with mild to moderate COVID-19 infection.
Just hours after a Florida judge struck down a federal mask mandate, major airlines announced that they will no longer require face coverings on domestic flights.
A new forecasting center for infectious diseases was officially launched by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday.
People who suspect they may have COVID-19 could soon find out with a simple breath test that delivers results in three minutes.
A federal mask mandate for planes, trains, airports, and some bus services that was set to expire in five days will be extended until May 3.
America’s public health emergency plan for COVID-19 will continue for at least another 90 days, the Biden administration announced Wednesday.
Researchers conducted a study to determine whether the addition of a default screening order in the electronic health record increases the rate of hepatitis C virus screening among hospitalized patients.
Turnover rates are returning to prepandemic levels across most groups of health care workers, according to a study published online.
Faced with rising COVID-19 case counts, Philadelphia has announced that it will reinstate an indoor mask mandate next week.
In this meta-analysis, researchers assessed saliva, gargle, and nasopharyngeal samples for the detection of COVID-19 infection.
President Joe Biden on Tuesday ordered a new national push to research the nature and impact of “long COVID,” a constellation of sometimes debilitating symptoms that linger.