Vaccines for coronavirus are here, but will they be enough to stop the pandemic? Health experts caution that there are still other steps we must take.
Should you get tested for coronavirus if you have no symptoms? Research shows that testing asymptomatic people is crucial to stopping the spread.
The Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine has been approved for emergency use. What is different about this vaccine compared to the other two?
As several states have begun lifting coronavirus restrictions, health experts are concerned about new variants. Here’s why they may pose a risk.
As the coronavirus vaccine rollout continues, you may be wondering how to prepare for your own vaccine appointment. Here’s what you’ll need to know.
New coronavirus cases and hospitalizations are on the decline throughout the US. What do experts believe is behind this rapid decrease?
New evidence has emerged suggesting that flu shots may cause coronavirus symptoms to be less severe in children. Here’s what we know about the study.
Find out if there is any reason why you should not get a coronavirus vaccine or why you should wait before getting one.