Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Ticks are found in all 50 states, and reporting shows that their populations are increasing

By Ask the Doctors • July 4, 2022

When long COVID-19 first emerged, it appeared to occur mainly in those who experienced severe illness

By Ask the Doctors • June 22, 2022

While liver disease in children is not rare, a cluster of cases in the span of a few months raises alarms

By Ask the Doctors • May 20, 2022

You are far from alone in feeling overwhelmed by new and changing information as the pandemic continues

By Ask the Doctors • January 26, 2022

Learn more about the COVID-19 booster, who is eligible, and which vaccine to get

By Ask the Doctors • November 19, 2021

With vaccinations taking place nationwide, we’ve entered a new stage of the pandemic

By Ask the Doctors • April 26, 2021

Ask the Doctors answer questions regarding the coronavirus vaccine

By Ask the Doctors • April 14, 2021

More questions about the coronavirus vaccine are answered

By Ask the Doctors • January 11, 2021

Dear Doctors: My uncle tested positive for the coronavirus last winter and wound up in the hospital. He was lucky, and he recovered, but it is six months later and he still is not completely better. He says he’s what’s known as a “long-hauler.” Can you please explain what that [...]

By Ask the Doctors • November 14, 2020

Dear Doctors: My husband caught a cold this summer, and he swears the readings from his fitness tracker a few days before warned him that he was about to be sick. Do you think that’s really possible? Dear Reader: Your husband’s observations about how changes in the data from his fitness [...]

By Ask the Doctors • October 30, 2020