A lot more happened in 2020 than COVID-19. The World Press Photo award finalists reflect that.
The pandemic reminded us of the benefits of sitting down together for a home-cooked meal.
Americans won’t have a choice for quite a while, but it’s worth knowing the differences between the vaccines.
Pollen or pandemic? Here’s what to ask yourself.
They might need some extra support as they head back into the world.
Three vaccines have been authorized for use in the United States.
But going to a clinic for a PCR test is still a better option in some cases.
Here’s what pregnant and new parents need to know.
Kids under 12 won’t be getting the vaccine any time soon, but researchers are optimistic.
It’s a matter of privacy and privilege.
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