An Appeals Court Gave the Sacklers Legal Immunity. Here’s What the Ruling Means.
In return for the shield, the billionaire owners of Purdue Pharma are committed to paying up to $6 billion to…Read More »
F.D.A. Approves Pfizer’s R.S.V. Vaccine for Older Adults
Though agency advisers had some safety concerns, the Pfizer shot is expected to be available before the winter R.S.V. season.Read More »
Moving Is a Monumental Task for Many Older Americans. These Organizers Can Help.
Senior move managers may spend weeks or months helping seniors and their families sort through belongings, pack and move into…Read More »
W.H.O. Ends Mpox Global Emergency
The News The World Health Organization announced on Thursday that mpox — previously known as monkeypox — no longer constituted…Read More »
Two Federal Judges Issued Opposing Rulings on Abortion Pills. Here’s What’s Going On.
One invalidated the F.D.A.’s approval of the abortion pill mifepristone. The other ordered the F.D.A. to do nothing to restrict…Read More »
The Virtual Vet Will See You Meow
Veterinary telemedicine could help more pet owners access much-needed care and put anxious animals at ease, but challenges remain.Read More »
Moderate Drinking Has No Health Benefits, Analysis of Decades of Research Finds
The review found that the methodology of many previous studies was flawed and that risk of myriad health problems increased…Read More »
What to Know About Bacteria and Eye Drops
Watch for symptoms of infection and do not use recalled or expired products.Read More »
AstraZeneca’s Covid Vaccine May Have Posed a Higher Heart Risk for Young Women, Study Shows
A new analysis examined deaths in Britain, where the company’s product was restricted in 2021 because of safety concerns.Read More »
Covid Worsened a Health Crisis Among Pregnant Women
KOKOMO, Ind. — Tammy Cunningham doesn’t remember the birth of her son. She was not quite seven months pregnant when…Read More »