- Testing Requirements for Travel to the U.S.? Here’s What to Knowby Heather Murphy
The requirement to test for Covid before flying to the United States is hated by many travelers and the U.S. travel industry. But the government shows no sign of getting rid of it.
- The Mental Cost of Being Denied an Abortionby Christina Caron
An examination of the most credible research to date.
- How the Clean The World Nonprofit Recycles Hotel Soap for Those in Needby Victoria M. Walker
Meet Shawn Seipler, the founder of Clean the World. The nonprofit recycles partially used soap left behind from hotel guests for those in need.
- Kristine Gebbie, the First U.S. AIDS Czar, Dies at 78by Sam Roberts
She worked with President Bill Clinton to to make the disease a public health priority. But her office never achieved the stature or effectiveness that some had hoped for.
- After Fetterman’s Stroke, Doctors Look at Senate Campaign Prospectsby Gina Kolata and Katie Glueck
The medical team for the Democratic nominee in Pennsylvania’s Senate race has not spoken about John Fetterman’s prognosis. But cardiac experts saw clues in campaign statements.
- Why the Monkeypox Virus Is Not Like Covid-19by Knvul Sheikh
This viral illness is not like Covid, but there is cause for concern. Here’s how experts are thinking about it now.
- Pfizer Says Strong Response From 3 Covid Shots in Young Childrenby Sharon LaFraniere
The preliminary results appeared to show that three doses of the vaccine worked better than two.
- U.S. Military Airlifts Baby Formula From Europeby Christine Hauser
A shipment that arrived on Sunday was the first of two intended to address shortages in the United States. Another shipment is set to arrive this week, the White House said.
- Long Covid Symptoms and Treatment: What We Know So Farby Knvul Sheikh and Pam Belluck
There is no universal definition of the complex condition, but clues about causes and potential treatments are beginning to emerge.
- Are You Receiving, Providing or Paying for Long-Term Care?by Editore
The New York Times and Kaiser Health News are looking into whether Americans have enough resources and help as they age.
- Where Do Travelers Still Need to Wear Masks?by Editore
After a federal mask mandate was struck down on Monday, travelers are facing a patchwork of rules spanning air travel, trains, buses, cruise ships and ride-hailing services. Here’s what to know.
- Sidney Altman, Who Stumbled on a Breakthrough in Genetics, Dies at 82by Editore
He shared a Nobel for finding that RNA was not just a carrier of genetic information but could also trigger life-changing chemical reactions in cells.