Shingles: What You Need to Know
Shingles is not just seen in the older population. Young adults can develop this condition, too. Here's what you need to know.
Say No to Heart Disease This American Heart Month
Heart disease is the No. 1 cause of death in the United States. But you can say no to heart disease by learning about the condition and taking steps to improve your heart health for American Heart Month this February.
Long-Acting HIV Rx Approved
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new medication to treat HIV.
Has it been getting harder for you to breathe? Maybe it’s the weather, but it could be COPD.
Preventing Birth Defects
Each January, the United States observes National Birth Defects Prevention Month.
Understanding Virus Mutation
The virus that has caused a global pandemic has mutated. But what does that mean?
FDA Warns E-Cig Companies for Illegal Sales
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued warning letters to 10 companies for illegally selling electronic cigarette products.
Tips to Prevent the Common Cold
Cold and flu season is here, but that doesn't have to mean you or your family will get sick. Outsmart germs with these simple strategies.
Coping with Winter Allergies
It's winter and, just like clockwork, you’re back sniffling again. But before you write off that stuffy nose as just another cold, you may want to consider that the culprit could actually be winter allergies.
Understanding Emergency Use Authorizations
If you have been following the news during the COVID-19 pandemic, you might have noticed that the FDA has been granting "emergency use authorizations" (EUAs) to vaccines and drugs. But what is an EUA?