To avoid camping crowds, more people are opting to explore the great outdoors in unexpected places this summer. A Christmas tree farm in Ohio allows camping.
Britain's Oxford Biomedica announced an agreement to potentially make AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine beyond 2022. It has already manufactured more than 100 million doses since 2020.
Partners Pfizer and BioNTech SE said they had signed a more than $3-billion-dollar agreement with the U.S. government for 105 million doses of their COVID vaccine.
BioNTech, Pfizer's Germany-based partner in COVID-19 vaccines, said the two companies would start tests on humans of next-generation coronavirus vaccines.
The FDA will decide on whether changes are needed to the COVID vaccines in order to keep up with recent coronavirus variant by early July.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres cautioned Friday that the world is facing a "catastrophe" due to the global food shortage impacting millions.
Publix will not be offering COVID-19 vaccines to children younger than 5, a spokesperson for the supermarket chain told Fox 13 Tampa Bay on Wednesday.
Toyota has downgraded its production plan for July by some 50,000 vehicles as semiconductor shortages and COVID-related supply chain disruptions linger.
Moderna's Chief Executive Stephane Bancel said the company's COVID-19 variant vaccine would be ready to ship in August, saying the bottleneck supply was regulatory.
According to the White House's COVID-19 response coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha, the U.S has begun distributing COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as six months.
Uber said that its UberX Share will be an option for riders in New York and other cities, with the plans to expand the initiative to even more cities this summer.
A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention panel recommended that COVID-19 vaccines should be offered to children 6 months to 5 years old.
The Food and Drug Administration for the first time authorized the coronavirus vaccine for children five years of age and younger.
Sen. Bernie Sanders was surprised when FDA chief Robert Califf was not aware of a $900 million "golden parachute" payment the head of Moderna received.
Pfizer and Moderna's vaccines for children as young as 6 months old could be available next week after an FDA advisory panel recommended them on Wednesday.
The FDA's advisory committee on vaccines unanimously recommended Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine for kids between the ages of 6 and 17 on Tuesday.
As the economy tightens and inflation persists, many corporations turn to "shrinkflation" to push profits higher without shocking consumers with higher prices.
The FDA said Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine appears to be safe for children younger than 5, the only age group not yet eligible for vaccination in the U.S.
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits climbed higher than expected last week, a worrisome sign that the red-hot labor market may be starting to cool off.
Moderna said its bivalent COVID booster candidate that targets omicron demonstrates "superior antibody response" against the variant one month after it is given.