How politicians and the public in Denver, Colorado handled the 1918 flu epidemic is relevant to today.
Monday's United States Supreme Court decision allows states to punish presidential electors in the Electoral College who fail to follow their state's wishes.
Social distancing carries special risks and feelings of loneliness for older adults that can impact health.
More than two-thirds of Americans do not have a will and estate plan, potentially creating confusion for heirs.
Screening multiple samples with a single test gets more people diagnosed using fewer supplies. Two health policy researchers explain how it works and how it could help the U.S.
Dogs definitely see the world differently than people do, but it's a myth that their view is just black, white and grim shades of gray.
Social media can be manipulated to bring you unreliable information. Here are a few tips to help keep you informed.
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, many people have taken up gardening to stretch food dollars. Here are a few tips to manage pests and diseases.
The search for drugs and therapies to treat the COVID-19 coronavirus continues, and a few are proving to be helpful.
The U.S. is experiencing a sharp increase in the number of new COVID-19 coronavirus cases a day, and by late June, had surpassed the peak rate of spread in early April.