The Commission on Presidential Debates announced the decision on Friday, a day before President Trump's physician announced the president was no longer contagious, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia and Tennessee.
Public health experts say while a vaccine against the novel coronavirus might be available to some Americans in early 2021, it likely will be a while longer before a coronavirus vaccine is available for U.S. children. Here's why that is—and why the prospect has some experts worried.
Paul Mango, HHS' deputy chief of staff for policy, says the Trump administration is looking to purchase doses of experimental antibody treatments for Covid-19 to ensure the country has sufficient supplies of the drugs to distribute until a vaccine against the novel coronavirus is available.
While Americans are washing their hands more frequently amid the coronavirus epidemic, rates of hand-washing still vary widely by setting, gender, age, and other factors, according to CDC. Here's who's washing their hands most often—and who isn't.
Many patients with Lyme disease feel their symptoms aren't taken seriously by mainstream medical providers, leading to a flourishing market of unregulated and unproven treatments that can be dangerous—and even fatal, Lindsay Gellman reports for Bloomberg Businessweek.