HIPAA only applies to entities within the healthcare field - and it does not prohibit asking questions about someone's health.
Video games can help doctors treat conditions and gather patient data, but questions about their long-term effectiveness could prevent their use.
Go back to the place you got your first shot if you lose your paper card, and make sure to take a photo of the vaccine card after your first dose.
Startups focused on turning psychedelic compounds into approved medicines have raised hundreds of millions of dollars.
The highly infectious Delta variant of the coronavirus accounts for more than 80% of new cases in both states.
Facebook's new mask policy for all US employees came after the CDC warned that fully vaccinated people can still spread COVID-19.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards reinstated the statewide indoor mask mandate for all people over the age of 5 as COVID-19 cases surge there.
Even in cases of breakthrough infections, like those in Provincetown, it's clear vaccines work. It's time to stop with the one size fits all rules.
Florida is leading the country in per-capita COVID-19 hospitalizations, with more than 10,000 coronavirus patients.
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The Khosla Ventures chief is betting HealthifyMe can help people combat obesity, hypertension, and other health issues.
The reported new contracts come as experts mull booster shots to combat the fast-spreading Delta coronavirus variant.
Stigmatizing illegal drugs pushes people who need help to the margins, and treating all prescription medication as good leads to the opioid crisis.
University of Michigan researchers have published new findings about the groups whose mental health has seen the greatest declines during COVID-19.
Amid the Delta variant's worrying surge, some college students in Florida are defiant that they won't pull back on their full-scale social lives.
The Republican senator from Texas suggests it's tyranny to require a COVID-19 vaccine. But he abandons the argument for other infectious diseases.
Michael Freedy was going to wait one year to get the COVID-19 vaccine. As he died of complications from the virus, he texted his fiancée his regrets.