For those on the fence about getting a flu shot, pediatrician and WebMD medical editor Dr. Hansa Bhargava said this year the vaccine might be needed more than ever.
The novel coronavirus upended a retired firefighter's cancer treatment plan. But, Len Archer has found a way to get the care he needs by switching to another facility just a six-hour drive from his new home in Florida.
Christy and Ed Rosell has spent months staying home trying not to get infected with the novel coronavirus. By June, the couple and their kids were ready for a vacation in Florida. That is where, they believe, the virus found them.
Georgia hospitals say they are experiencing a record surge in COVID-19 patients, with some rural regions reportedly down to just 3 to 5 open ICU beds. In South Georgia, Tift Regional Medical Center says it has run out of ICU beds and is working to send critically ill patients to other hospitals.
Former presidential hopeful and longtime Atlanta radio personality Herman Cain passed away Thursday of complications of the novel coronavirus. Cain, a longtime Presidential ally, was hospitalized in late June, days after attending a Trump rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
At 20, Abie Rohrig of New York City has already taken on one major calculated risk.
For millions of Americans, getting tested for the novel coronavirus involves a quick nasal swab a long wait for answers.
The race is on to create a vaccine that could stop the novel coronavirus.
For the last two weeks, Georgia coronavirus hospitalizations have been steadily rising. A doctor working inside one of Atlanta's COVID-19 units is warning the problem is worsening.
At 47, Jeffrey Atkins figured he was relatively young and healthy.
Many of us are curious about whether we have been exposed to the novel coronavirus, and there is a way to find that out.
Finding a COVID-19 testing site that does not have long lines can be a bit of a challenge right now.
Nearly five months into the pandemic, teenagers are struggling to cope with the sudden disruptions it brought into their lives.
Two Missouri hair stylists went to work sick with COVID-19, exposing nearly 140 clients to the novel coronavirus. But, a newly-published CDC study found none of those customers got sick, and face masks may be the reason why. At Atlanta Hair Color Studio, owner Emily Galbaugh says the masks that nearly sent her and other stylists into "panic mode," have turned into the salon's best weapon in slowing the spread of the virus.
Four former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention directors are criticizing the Trump administration for undermining the Atlanta-based agency's pandemic response.
As coronavirus cases surge in Georgia, those who want to get tested are facing long waits at testing sites and delays in getting their test results. So, what should you do if you are still waiting on your test results?
Is it safe for children to go back to school? A pediatrician weighs in.
Georgia coronavirus cases surged to 111, 211 Friday, with a a record jump of 4,484 cases in the last 24 hours.
Mercer University microbiology professor Dr. Amber Schmidtke, Ph.D., has quietly built up a following across the state, of everyday Georgians trying to make sense of the pandemic.
Like many of us, Ebony Holt is working from home. She's been doing so for months. But she has a new co-worker in her home office. He son Jaylon.