Twitter's decision to no longer enforce its COVID-19 misinformation policy, quietly posted on the site's rules page and listed as effective Nov. 23, 2022, has researchers and experts in public health seriously concerned about the possible repercussions.
Traditionally, studies must be read and critiqued by at least two independent experts before they can be published in a scientific journal -- a process known as "peer review."
Every fall and winter, viral respiratory illnesses like the common cold and seasonal flu keep kids out of school and social activities. But this year, more children than usual are ending up at emergency departments and hospitals.
Colorado students have seen significant learning loss since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, data released Monday by the U.S. Department of Education shows.
Oklahoma will not add the COVID-19 vaccine to the list of shots required for children before they attend school
The battle over federal vaccine mandates is ramping up for federal contractors and members of the U.S. Coast Guard.
As fall temperatures set in, cold and flu season gets into full swing and holiday travel picks up, people will undoubtedly have questions about COVID-19 testing.
Two Southern California doctors who stood up against mandatory masking and raised concerns about COVID-19 vaccines are challenging a new law that allows medical professionals to be disciplined - even lose their licenses - for spreading misinformation about COVID-19.
Not all breathing problems are related to the lungs, but in many cases the lungs are affected.