Just how worried should you be about the delta variant? Advisory Board's Yulan Egan takes a deep dive into this question, detailing seven factors you should watch closely (and two to ignore) to determine just how deadly and disruptive the variant will prove to be.
As students prepare to return to school in the fall, the White House on Thursday unveiled a new initiative aimed at increasing the lagging Covid-19 vaccination rates among young people, Sheryl Gay Stolberg reports for the New York Times.
Several studies suggest a correlation between receiving common vaccines, including those against diptheria/tetanus and influenza, and a reduced risk of Alzheimer's disease, Allysia Finley reports for the Wall Street Journal. Here's what the evidence shows so far—and what the implications could be for Covid-19 vaccines.
Rep. Ralph Norman is the second lawmaker to test positive for the coronavirus despite vaccination, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, the District of Columbia, and Georgia.