Professor Dorit Rubinstein Reiss reviews the Court of Appeals decision about the FDA’s ability to regulate the use of ivermectin.
New COVID-19 strain, called BA.2.86, may avoid immunity from vaccines and from a COVID-19 infection. Public health officials are concerned.
This article lays out the timing and age recommendations for receiving the RSV, flu, and COVID-19 vaccines.
A court in Malaysia decided that physicians in that country can prescribe ivermectin to treat COVID-19. That does not mean it will work.
This article will review the evidence against the Wuhan COVID-19 lab leak theory that is being pushed by many people.
There are a lot of claims about vitamin D and COVID-19 infections. This article reviews the current evidence with respect to these claims.
This cohort study compared cardiovascular disease risk after COVID-19 infection to those who had never contracted the disease.
Research shows that COVID-19 vaccines may reduce the development of post-COVID-19 type 2 diabetes by a significant amount.
New research shows that healthcare workers who engaged in nose-picking had a higher risk of contracting COVID-19.
New research shows that a mutation in the human leukocyte antigen gene may reduce the risk of expressing COVID-19 symptoms after infection.