A new study found that deaths from cardiovascular disease went up in some regions across the U.S. Researchers say that may be due to patients putting off going to hospitals over fears of contracting COVID-19.
The "Ellen DeGeneres Show" resumed Wednesday — more than a month after the host’s diagnosis and the show abruptly went on an extended hiatus.
Bruce Willis is urging people to wear masks — after he was escorted from a Rite Aid drug store in Los Angeles for not wearing one.
As the U.S. faces an average of 3,000 deaths a day from COVID-19, huge crowds in Tuscaloosa, Ala., and maskless lawmakers in D.C. may have fueled two superspreader events.
Elle Hardy said that after experiencing some light side effects from the shot, she took an antibody test that came back positive.
"Throwing the kitchen sink at patients with medications and supplements is dangerous,” one expert tells Yahoo Life.
A new report from the CDC details 21 cases of anaphylaxis following the COVID-19 vaccine. But officials say the reaction remains "exceedingly rare."
With plans still being thrown off-course, many people are opting out of setting new goals or making more sacrifices.
People are taking to social media to condemn celebrities traveling over the holiday season.
Officials at a hospital in San Jose, Calif., are investigating a COVID-19 outbreak that appears to be linked to a staffer wearing an inflatable holiday costume on Christmas Day.
"The potential lost is really the heartbreak, of course, with someone that's a friend or a creator. It’s like, 'Oh my God, what could have been done?'"
"I look outside and there’s still a pandemic," the "Top Chef" host said in her candid post about feeling low at the start of the new year.
"Dreams happen every day I cannot wait for all the possibilities and opportunities that await us in 2021," she later tweeted