Face masks, and especially cloth masks, have become ubiquitous amid the coronavirus epidemic—but do cloth masks provide adequate protection for the general public, or should you consider upgrading to a medical-grade mask? Here's what public health experts recommend.
Stephen Hahn and Robert Redfield led FDA and CDC, respectively, under former President Donald Trump, helming the nation's two biggest public health agencies amid an unprecedented public health crisis and time of political discourse. Here's what it was like—and what they wish would have gone differently—in their own words.
President Biden on Thursday unveiled what he called a "full-scale wartime" strategy to combat America's coronavirus epidemic and took additional executive actions intended to implement the effort. Here's what you need to know.
Most of President Biden's nominees to lead the United States' top health care agencies must be confirmed by the Senate—a process that could be delayed by an impeachment trial for former President Donald Trump. Here are the officials leading the country's federal health care agencies in the interim, as well as some officials who've assumed permanent roles.
Gov. Jay Inslee on Monday announced the state has established a public-private partnership, called the Washington State Command and Coordination Center, to help reach the state's daily vaccination goal of 45,000 inoculations, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Illinois, Michigan, and Washington.