WRTV: Indiana Doctor Says Hospital Resources Are Stretched Thin
One OB-GYN told Newsy's sister station he saw beds lined up head-to-toe in the hallways when he was called in to work.
Millions of Americans reported having long COVID
The CDC's National Center for Health Statistics looked at data from the 2022 National Health Interview Survey to create the reports on long COVID.
You can now order free COVID-19 tests from the federal government
People do not have to share their test results with the federal government, but they can voluntarily do so for public health records.
President Joe Biden received the COVID-19 booster and flu shot
The White House says the president hopes to encourage all Americans to follow his example and get vaccinated.
Hunter Biden returns to Delaware court, expected to plead not guilty
The president's son is facing charges that he lied about his drug use in October 2018 on a form to buy a gun.
Inside the largest toy fair in the western hemisphere
Toy Fair, in New York City, brings together not just toymakers but also investors, licensors and everyone who keeps the toy industry running.
Airlines estimate weight-loss drugs could save them millions
United Airlines said it estimates drugs like Ozempic could save the airline at least $80 million a year.