Technology companies and health care providers have developed digital vaccination records that you can access on your phone. The companies are explicit that these are not "vaccine passports," which have been linked to hot-button political debates.
Medical providers may soon return to using one medical N95 mask per patient, a practice that was suspended during the pandemic due to deadly supply shortages.
A former COVID-19 patient recently reunited with the nurse practitioner whom he credits with saving his life.
Americans lining up for COVID-19 vaccinations have many reasons to roll up their sleeves: for the added protection, for work, and for the chance to travel again.
2-year-old Antonio Johnson II slipped and hit his head inside the WingStop in Bradenton and then went limp. A cashier called 911 while restaurant manager Jajahira Rosado put her training as a former hospital worker to work.
Amazon is making its first foray into providing health care services, announcing Wednesday that it will be offering its Amazon Care telemedicine program to employers nationwide.
A Tucker woman struggled to get the medication she needed to recover from a miscarriage because the pharmacist did not want to supply it. But as it turns out a Georgia law does allow pharmacists to deny service.
More locally pharmacies starting to administer the vaccine. For a lot of people, that's a better option.
The American Red Cross said there is a high demand for blood and plasma donations as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Relief could soon be on the way for Georgians who have not been able to visit their loved ones in the hospital or nursing homes in the state since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Every Georgia hospital or nursing home patient could designate at least one person who would have at least one hour of access each day under a bill approved by the state House on Monday.
“Be The Match Day” was celebrated at Liberty Plaza at the Gold Dome on Thursday with several state lawmakers and staffers joining the national registry.
Liza Scott has always tried to 'lift a bit of the burden' around the home.
Dr. Scott Green appeared for his Sacramento Superior Court trial, held virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic, from an operating room. He was dressed in surgical scrubs with a patient undergoing the procedure just out of view; the beeps of medical machinery can be heard in the background.
Georgia lawmakers are considering a reorganization of the public health system that would strip power from county boards of health and give it to the state public health commissioner, saying the COVID-19 pandemic has underlined the need for a more centralized structure.
Doctors in Georgia could soon be required to undergo sexual misconduct training under a bill that passed the state House on Friday.
A survey found many American adults aren’t keeping up with routine cancer screenings, citing fear of COVID-19 as the reason. But delays in diagnosis could lead to a spike in cancer deaths down the road.
Researchers from the University of Michigan Medical School recently published a report about a woman who died of complications related to COVID-19 three days after receiving a coronavirus-tainted double-lung transplant.
Local medical students are receiving training to be able to help administer COVID-19 vaccinations.
Newly-elected U.S. Sen. Jon Ossoff (D-GA) spent Thursday touring facilities in Atlanta at the heart of the COVID-19 pandemic.