A pilot of more than 3,300 workers in the U.K. is testing a theory about work. Can people in various industries remain as productive if they just work 32 hours a week with the same pay as 40 hours?
People who catch COVID may feel as if they won’t get it again, at least not for a long time. Their immune system should be primed to fight it off in the future. Right? Well, let’s see.
Several babies were sickened and two died after consuming formula made at the plant.
COVID-19 vaccinations for kids younger than 5 could start right after the Juneteenth holiday.
Empty store shelves. Frustrated parents. The formula shortage has upended life for millions of families across the nation and magnified longtime disparities in how infants receive nutrition.
The Justice Department argues that the order issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in early 2021 “falls easily within the CDC’s statutory authority.”
For the first time in history, earthlings can hear what a black hole sounds like: a low-pitched groaning, as if a very creaky heavy door was being opened again and again.
The U.S. is seeing an average of more than 100,000 reported new cases across the country every day — and the real number is likely much higher than that, according to health officials.
Fears of a global food crisis are growing due to the shock of the war in Ukraine, climate change and rising inflation.
The risk posed to the U.S. general public from ongoing outbreaks of monkeypox cases is low, a White House official told Morning Edition on Monday.