CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen breaks down the recent trend of some people to hoard hydroxychloroquine, a drug used to treat several diseases that some speculate could potentially help treat coronavirus, though no studies have concluded. Meanwhile, many of those who rely on the drug to manage their illnesses are unable to get it.
CNN's Chris Cuomo talks about advice given to him by a pulmonary expert on how to fight Covid-19.
CNN's Martin Savidge profiles the experiences of Americans who are facing added difficulties to their daily lives due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
While the number of infections appear to be flattening in New York, officials warn this could be the deadliest week of the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Nick Watt reports.
6-year-old Carlos Rolon got a new heart after four years of waiting on the transplant list. He was born with an abnormality in his heart called unbalanced atrioventricular canal defect.
The origin of coronavirus are debated, but genetic detective work is leading scientists to point at one animal suspect, CNN's Drew Griffin reports.
A 90-year-old woman at the Life Care Center in Washington contracted the coronavirus and was near death, but remarkably she recovered. She tells CNN's Sara Sidner her story.
Dr. Patrice Harris, President of The American Medical Association, says she would not prescribe hydroxychloroquine to anyone after President Donald Trump doubled on the use of drug, despite no evidence the drug is effective and safe for preventing or treating the coronavirus.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer says thank you to the doctors, nurses and essential workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
During a coronavirus task force briefing at the White House, President Donald Trump urged people to try the drug hydroxychloroquine, despite no evidence the drug is effective and safe for preventing or treating the coronavirus.
CNN's Miguel Marquez goes inside an emergency room at the forefront of the coronavirus pandemic to show what the healthcare workers are up against.
While speaking at a coronavirus task force briefing, President Trump said that this week and next will probably be the toughest in the fight against coronavirus and that "there will be a lot of death."
CNN's Gary Tuchman interviews several congregants of an Ohio church about their decision to attend service, despite coronavirus outbreaks.
Zahara de la Sierra is a small town of 1,400. In response to the novel coronavirus spread around the world, it is taking isolation very seriously.
Want a healthy home-cooked meal, but don't have time? Here are three easy-to-make dishes using ingredients you probably have in your pantry.
A nurse in New York who was showing symptoms of coronavirus worked at two hospitals for about seven days while waiting on test results that would eventually come back positive. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen has the story.
Dr. Deborah Birx said she can tell by looking at the US curve of coronavirus cases that not every American is following the guidelines set out by the administration for people to stay home and be vigilant about washing their hands.
Dr. Anthony Fauci explains why even after weeks of stay-at-home orders and social distancing, the peak of coronavirus in the US is still yet to come.
In an emotional interview, Nicole and Skye Buchanan remember their husband and father, 39-year-old Conrad Buchanan, who passed away from coronavirus.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta checks in with CNN's Chris Cuomo, who is in isolation after testing positive for coronavirus, and discusses one of the intense symptoms the anchor has experienced.
Elijah Ross-Rutter says his mom, a mother of six, died of Covid-19, and explains what he's doing to keep the promise he made to her to take care of his siblings.
CNN's Sanjay Gupta expands on Dr. Fauci's recommendation that Americans who are not sick should wear masks in public.
Celebrities have taken to social media to share their favorite recipes and cooking tips while they are staying at home during the coronavirus pandemic. HLN's Melissa Knowles reports.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta looks back on the life of his friend and colleague Dr. James Goodrich, the renowned neurosurgeon best known for separating conjoined twins.
Nurse practitioner Elyse Isopo says that in the 20 years she's been working in a New York ICU, she has never seen things as bad as they are now with the coronavirus.
In a CNN Exclusive, Dr. Sanjay Gupta followed the remarkable surgery of 13-month-old twins that were conjoined at the head, but are now separated.
President Donald Trump "got it right away" when presented with data about the rise in coronavirus cases, which influenced his decision to extend social distancing guidelines, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, said on CNN.
New York Fire Department EMS Lieutenant-Paramedic Anthony Almojera describes the emotional toll of responding to emergency calls caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
President Donald Trump announces that he is extending US social distancing guidelines until April 30 at a coronavirus task force press briefing in the Rose Garden at the White House.
A 33-year-old member of Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards' staff, April Dunn, died due to complications from coronavirus.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo responds to President Donald Trump considering a short-term quarantine of coronavirus "hot spots," including New York.
CNN's Michael Smerconish discusses the complicated process of calculating the novel coronavirus death rate with Stanford professor Dr. Jay Bhattacharya.
From treating patients in a Brooklyn hospital and on the streets of Pittsburgh to getting soap into the hands of kids need it, CNN Heroes are fighting to save lives during the pandemic.
Louisiana's reported coronavirus related death toll increased by more than 40% in just one day. CNN's Ed Lavandera tells us more.
CNN's Brian Todd speaks to experts on how to best care for coronavirus patients at home, amid outbreaks across the nation.
The Henry Ford health system has released an internal hospital memo detailing which patients would receive life-saving resources during the coronavirus pandemic if there was not enough equipment. A spokesperson tells CNN the "letter is part of a larger policy document developed for an absolute worst-case scenario."
Most of the people with the novel coronavirus aren't dying, but the disease can be lethal to some. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen explains how the virus can become deadly. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta demonstrates the correct way to wash your hands.
CNN's Kyung Lah reports on California's efforts to manage the coronavirus outbreak, while some officials are issuing dire warnings that the situation could get much worse.
CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta says that doctors are discussing possibly changing do-not-resuscitate policies and are having conversations with families of coronavirus patients on the risks of infecting healthcare workers during resuscitation.
John and Melanie Haering were onboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan when the ship was quarantined over coronavirus concerns. The couple reunited over two weeks later. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19.
Across the country at churches, beaches, and other gathering spaces, some Americans are ignoring pleas from officials to stay away from each other during the Covid-19 pandemic. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19.
One chart explains how the sacrifices we're making and "social distancing" could be the most powerful solution we have in fighting epidemics. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19.
A video from The New York Times gives a glimpse inside one of the hardest hit hospitals in the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in the United States.
Your doctor may recommend testing if you have fever, ache, and breathing difficult. But don't just show up: call first, and be ready for some discomfort.
CNN's Chris Cuomo says President Donald Trump's latest timeline to re-open the US by Easter is prioritizing the economy over the lives of America's older generation, who are the most vulnerable to coronavirus.
CNN's David Culver speaks to Wuhan residents as the Chinese city where the novel coronavirus was first detected has announced it will lift the lockdown on April 8, marking a significant milestone in its battle against the deadly outbreak.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer speaks to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti about a Los Angeles County resident who is believed to be the first juvenile to have died from the novel coronavirus in the United States. After this report first aired, the LA County Department of County Health issued a clarification that there might be an "alternate explanation" for the fatality other than Covid-19.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) says that New York needs ventilators so desperately that they will test splitting a ventilator between Covid-19 patients. Cuomo then chastises the federal government for not doing more to get ventilators to New York.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo criticized the federal response to coronavirus, saying the Federal Emergency Management Agency sent the state 400 ventilators — but they need 30,000.
Healthcare providers are overwhelmed with the potential influx of coronavirus patients compared to their resources on hand. CNN's Sara Sidner talks to medical personnel around the country who are worried about their facility's ability to respond to the pandemic.
CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with Valerie Wilson, a 34-year-old who was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, about her struggles to find treatment.
President Donald Trump continues touted chloroquine, a malaria drug he believes might help fight against coronavirus. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains why that and other drugs that might be effective against the virus need more evidence.
A nurse from the Life Care Center of Kirkland, Washington, tells of the war-like struggles as it became the epicenter of the first coronavirus outbreak inside the US. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
Doctors are on the front lines of Europe's battle against the coronavirus. But a hospital in northern Italy is already creaking under the strain. Beyond the shortage of beds and ventilators, the doctors themselves are getting sick. CNN's Melissa Bell reports.
US Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams emphasizes the need for the public to stay at home in a sober warning about the novel coronavirus pandemic. CNN's John Berman reports.
Loss of smell and taste could be symptoms of the novel coronavirus, according to ENT UK, a professional organization representing ear, nose and throat surgeons in the United Kingdom. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains.
Scientists at the University of Oxford have developed a rapid testing technology for the novel coronavirus, according to a press release from the university. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.
President Trump made false claims about possible treatments for the coronavirus, and expert Dr. Anthony Fauci had to tamp down optimism about the treatments at a press conference.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) says the state of New York is now competing with other states over resources needed to combat the coronavirus pandemic and therefore the federal government should nationalize the supply.
The U.S. has lagged behind other advanced nations in testing for the coronavirus. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.
CNN's Shimon Prokupecz reports.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta says data out of China claims that 4 out of 5 people who contracted the novel coronavirus there did so from someone who didn't know they had it. Dr. Darria Long, an emergency room physician, says she is seeing people in their 40s on ventilators.
Some Bay Area localities have issued shelter-in-place orders. Is it okay to go outside, if you avoid crowds? What precautions should you take?
California Gov. Gavin Newsom is ordering the state's nearly 40 million residents to stay home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. CNN's Dan Simon reports.
As the number of novel coronavirus cases slows to a trickle within China but continues to soar outside, Chinese authorities are stepping up measures to prevent a surge in cross-border infections. CNN's David Culver reports.
CNN's Anderson Cooper pays tribute to a former FDNY fire marshal John Knox who passed away after contracting the novel coronavirus. His son, Zachary Knox, tells CNN that his father came out of retirement to help after the 9/11 terror attacks.
Health care workers are putting themselves at risk to stop the spread of the coronavirus and care for those already infected. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports on the dwindling supply of protective gear doctors and nurses need.
As the world grapples with a deadly coronavirus outbreak, many hospitals in the US struggle to prepare for a major onslaught of patients needing care. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta has the details.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin speaks to one of the first people to test the coronavirus vaccine as part of a clinical trial in Washington.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo calls for the Army Corps of Engineers to assist the state in building thousands of hospital beds for the expected growing number of coronavirus patients in the coming weeks.
President Donald Trump unveils tougher guidelines to slow the spread of the coronavirus in the US, including urging people to avoid gatherings of more than 10 people.
Former White House health policy adviser Zeke Emanuel and Former Director of USAID's Emerging Threats Division Dennis Carroll analyze President Trump's coronavirus claims amid a rising number of infections.
In a bold, emergency action to support the economy during the coronavirus pandemic, the Federal Reserve announced it would cut its target interest rate to zero.
The nation's top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci joins Brianna Keilar to discuss the state of coronavirus outbreak and his thoughts on a lockdown of the country.
President Donald Trump's coronavirus test came back negative, according to White House physician Sean Conley.
CNN senior medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen fact-checks President Trump's claim that testing for coronavirus is "complex."
Thousands of people with HIV live in Hubei province -- where the novel coronavirus first reported -- are struggling to get the drugs they need, as the lockdown makes it impossible for them to leave homes and go to hospitals without special permission. CNN's David Culver reports.
President Trump has declared a "national emergency" to free up federal resources to combat the coronavirus.
Dr. Irwin Redlener says that it's "stunning" and "nonsense" for White House coronavirus task force member Seema Verma to claim that it is too premature to determine if the US has a shortage of ventilators. He says that the US is "incredibly underprepared for a major onslaught to hospitals," which he believes is inevitable.
A woman from Seattle says she had the novel coronavirus and is recovering. She describes her experience with the virus during an interview with CNN's Erin Burnett.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio says he agrees that travel restrictions enacted by the Trump administration are merited due to the coronavirus concerns.
When emergency response teams were deployed to an Air Force base in northern California to assist potential victims of coronavirus, some members were stunned by the lack of proper protective gear they were given. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.
CNN's senior medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen explains why kids are not getting seriously ill or presenting with major cases of the coronavirus, according to health organizations tracking the virus.
Massachusetts' coronavirus cases have more than doubled, and Governor Charlie Baker declared a state of emergency after Biogen employees who attended a company meeting in Boston last month tested positive for the virus. CNN's Athena Jones reports.
New York Times correspondent Dr. Sheri Fink details a report she co-authored that alleges a private lab in the Seattle area ran into federal and state administrative roadblocks as it tried to test for the coronavirus after the first cases were reported in the US.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar explains why the CDC doesn't know the exact number of people who have been tested for the novel coronavirus as the US death toll rises.
President Donald Trump says he would press lawmakers to enact a payroll tax cut and ensure assistance is available to hourly workers amid a coronavirus pandemic that's caused deep economic concerns and stock market shock.
CNN's David Chalian breaks down a CNN poll in which Americans were asked how they feel about coronavirus and the Trump administration's response to it.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a new hand sanitizer developed by the state after widespread shortages caused by the novel coronavirus outbreak. The sanitizer is being developed by Corcraft, which uses low-cost labor from inmates.
Debbie de los Angeles tells CNN's John Berman about her mother's death at Life Care Nursing Home in Kirkland, Washington. The nursing home is linked to a number of deaths from novel coronavirus in the Seattle area.
Daylight Saving Time makes our clocks "Spring forward" and "Fall back." CNN's Jennifer Gray explains why.
CNN's Omar Jimenez highlights the new reality in Seattle due to the risk of coronavirus.
Coronavirus has spread across 70 countries, prompting educational institutions around the world to postpone or cancel exchange programs. College students in Italy, France, Shanghai and Mauritius, explain how they are scrambling to make new plans.
The Environmental Protection Agency released a list of chemicals and products that it says are strong enough to ward off "harder-to-kill" viruses than SARS-CoV-2, the virus that's responsible for the disease.
Six people have died in Washington state as more than 100 cases of the novel coronavirus have been reported across the US. CNN's Nick Watt reports.
CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta speak with a man that tested positive for the novel coronavirus about his symptoms during a CNN townhall.
New York Times columnist Paul Krugman says he's "extremely nervous about the economics" of the coronavirus outbreak.
CNN's Ivan Watson reports from Goyang, South Korea, where authorities are trying out a new method to test for the novel coronavirus. South Korea has over 4,200 cases, with 26 deaths.
Vice President Pence says he knows there will be more coronavirus cases and more deaths are 'possible.'
Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains how Marie Kondo's principles for cleaning out your home can lead to a long, healthy life.
A look at how coronavirus fears are fueling mask purchases.
Officials in Washington discuss the first death from coronavirus in the United States.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar tells reporters that the risk for contracting coronavirus remains low in the US.
Infectious disease specialist Dr. William Schaffner says that coronavirus could widely spread throughout the US as it has been confirmed in three more west coast communities.
Ten-year-old Gaige Pike's wish was to be a robot superhero. And for one day, through Make-A-Wish, his wish came true. Gaige took down bank robbers, put out a fire and rescued someone from a collapsing building.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.
A California resident who contracted novel coronavirus might be the first case of "community spread," the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains why it matters.
Laurie Garrett, an expert on pandemics and author of "Ebola: Story of an Outbreak," spoke to CNN's Bianca Nobilo about what she thinks is behind the spike in novel coronavirus cases in China.
Psychiatrists are now considering the benefits of LSD and other psychedelic drugs in treatment. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.
A Wisconsin family is finally reunited after Samuel Roth's wife and daughters spent weeks on lockdown in Wuhan, China, then under quarantine in California.
Karey Maniscalco was among more than 300 American passengers who were evacuated from the novel coronavirus-struck Diamond Princess ship in Japan.
More than 300 Americans quarantined on the Diamond Princess cruise ship for almost two weeks finally head home, but their journey back to the US has been riddled with one ordeal after another. CNN's Will Ripley has more.
CNN's Nick Watt reports.
Americans from the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan who chose to take part in the US government's voluntary evacuation have arrived at Haneda Airport in Tokyo. CNN's Matt Rivers has more.
The Wuhan coronavirus has killed more than 1,000 people globally since the outbreak began, according to authorities. More than 40,000 have been infected. Since its outbreak in December, the Wuhan coronavirus has killed more people than the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreak.
Internationally known early learning researcher Patricia Kuhl, the co-director of the Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences at the University of Washington, shares video from an older experiment to illustrate a baby's preference for motherese, a form of baby talk.
The World Health Organization has declared the novel coronavirus outbreak a public health emergency of international concern. Emory's Rollins School of Public Health professor Dr. Carlos del Rio says "the impact on the global economy could be significant."
Airlines are canceling flights to China and companies, including Facebook and Goldman Sachs, are restricting employee travel to and within the country, as the coronavirus spreads.
An Arizona woman cannot use frozen embryos fertilized by her ex-husband to have children and has to donate them, according to a ruling by the state's Supreme Court.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta looks at what you need to know about the Wuhan virus and coronaviruses like MERS and SARS - from what they are, to how you can treat them.
Cardinal Health, a large manufacturer of surgical gowns, told customers to stop using its Level 3 surgical gowns. The gown shortage is affecting the whole country and postponing surgeries.
Pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline says it has temporarily discontinued two types of Excedrin items as a precautionary measure due to inconsistencies in how ingredients are transferred and weighed.
Thermal detectors scan passengers for fever at Wuhan's airport and train station, as demand for face masks spikes. CNN's David Culver reports.
Although the fever and aches feel terrible, most people don't die from the flu. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen explains how this common illness can turn lethal.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen shares the heart-wrenching case of a four-year-old girl who may be permanently blind due to a flu infection.
Jennifer Gobrecht received a uterus transplant as part of a Penn Medicine trial that aims to make pregnancy a wider possibility for more women with infertility issues.
47.5 million people around the world suffer from dementia, which leads to a loss of memory and intellectual abilities. Watch this video to learn more.
CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta breaks down the top health stories of 2019.
Multiple airports around the country are warning travelers they may have been exposed to measles during the holiday travel season. CNN's Athena Jones reports.
The CDC's investigation into vaping-related illnesses has zeroed in on adulterated products coming from the illegal vaping market. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.
From lung cancer to gum disease, smoking tobacco can cause serious damage to your health.
A Colorado police officer shows us the true gift of giving by donating part of her liver to a boy, giving him a new chance at life. CNN's Lucy Kafanov tells us more.
The Centers for Disease Control says pet store puppies may be linked to a multi-state outbreak of an infection that's resistant to multiple drugs. HLN's Robin Meade explains.
Teenagers Isabelle and Katherine Adams are turning the art of origami into millions of dollars to fund clean water projects around the world.
By taking some cues from blue zones, places around the world where people live the longest, healthiest lives, you can live longer. These are some tips.
Seattle Children's Hospital knew for years that a mold infestation in its facilities could be related to its air-handling system, but "engaged in a cover-up" that sickened many patients and resulted in the deaths of six children, according to a class-action lawsuit. CNN affiliate KPRQ has the story.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen speaks with researchers who are working to modernize the current process of making flu shots and develop a universal flu vaccine.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen explains when and why your food is recalled, and what you should do next.
Laws in most states prevent pharmacies from administering flu vaccines to children, and public health experts say that's costing children's lives. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports.
More than one thousand patients at Goshen Hospital in Indiana may have been exposed to HIV, hepatitis C and hepatitis B after an error in the sanitizing procedure for surgical equipment, according to a press release from Goshen Health.
Supplements send more than 23,000 people to the ER every year. Jennifer Whalen reports on just how "safe" supplements are.
Every 15 minutes, someone in the US dies of a superbug that has learned to outsmart even our most sophisticated antibiotics, according to a new report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
For the first time in 19 years, a team of scientists has detected a new strain of HIV. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta has the details.
For the first time in 19 years, a team of scientists have detected a new strain of HIV.
Actress Lena Dunham and singer SIA have both revealed that they have Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, a group of disorders affecting the joints and skin.
The singer tweeted she that she is "suffering with chronic pain" due to a neurological disease, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen shares findings from a six-month investigation into bullying and harassment faced by parents, doctors and others who advocate for vaccination on Facebook.
Overusing antibiotics in the country's fast food supply could have potentially harmful consequences, CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains.
Methodist Dallas Medical Center livestreamed a 25-year-old's brain surgery on Facebook to increase awareness. The patient, Jenna Schardt, was awake and talking throughout the surgery to help doctors monitor her speech.
When a man in North Carolina was pulled over on suspicion of driving drunk, police didn't believe him when he said he hadn't had any alcohol. Researchers found that because of a rarely diagnosed medical condition called auto-brewery syndrome, his body was producing alcohol.
Robert Chelsea just got a new face, and with it he's becoming a face of change for the healthcare system.
HLN's Jennifer Westhoven tells us about a massive recall on all chicken products manufactured by Tip Top Poultry of Georgia, due to possible listeria contamination. This includes chicken sold in mainstream supermarkets, as well as restaurants across the US.
In the video, shared on the official Sussex Royal Instagram account, the famous duo discuss the issue of mental health, and urge everyone to "look out for anybody that might be suffering in silence."
A CDC report says that cases of gonorrhea, chlamydia and syphilis have risen in the US for the fifth consecutive year.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen explains what listeria is and how you can avoid getting it.
A man has been able to move all four of his paralyzed limbs by using a brain-controlled robotic suit, researchers have said.
Officials in Rhode Island are working to contain the spread of the mosquito-borne virus Eastern Equine Encephalitis, or EEE, as cases continue to spike across the US. CNN's Brynn Gingras reports.
The FDA warns that software vulnerabilities in some medical devices could leave them susceptible to hackers.
For some people, CBD has been a lifesaver. For others, what they thought was CBD almost killed them. A CNN special report, hosted by Dr. Sanjay Gupta, takes you inside the booming and unregulated CBD industry -- Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CNN.
A study from Scotland's St. Andrews University that compared the hydration responses of several different drinks reports that milk was found to be even more hydrating than water.
The nonprofit Forgotten Harvest rescues food destined for landfills and delivers it to emergency food providers in and around Detroit, Michigan.
Japanese robotics firm Cyberdyne wants to fuse humans and machines to give people the freedom of mobility.
General Mills announced a voluntary recall of its Gold Medal Unbleached All Purpose Flour for possible E. coli O26 contamination.
The family of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer, a former abortion doctor who died in September 2019, found the medically preserved fetal remains while sifting through his belongings.
Wesley Hamilton says his life changed for the better after he was shot and paralyzed. Today, he is a community activist and adaptive athlete who founded the non-profit organization, Disabled But Not Really.
After 4-year-old Whitaker Weinburger's cancer went into remission, his mom took to Facebook to make his birthday the best one yet.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports on a 16-year-old with vaping-related illness as teens increasingly use e-cigarettes.
Carlsbad Medical Center, the only hospital within a 40-mile radius, has sued thousands of patients over the past decade. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen has more.
A Florida judge denied custody to the parents of a 4-year-old boy with leukemia after their struggle with the state over giving him chemotherapy. Noah McAdams was removed from his parents, Taylor Bland and Joshua McAdams, when they skipped a chemotherapy session and left the state in pursuit of alternative treatments.
Matt Frazier wasn't into running or fitness but after changing to a vegan diet he was able to endure an 100 mile ultramarathon.
A woman in India is believed to be the oldest ever to give birth.
Tomeka Jones reports on how families are learning the importance of eating healthy and getting fit -- together!
What epigenetics, the study of how genes are expressed, teaches us about human sexuality.
Doctors fought to save the life of a teenager whose health struggles may have been caused by vaping. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta takes a closer look at Tryston Zohfeld's case.
A photo showing a second-grade boy from Wichita, Kansas, holding hands with a classmate who has autism is going viral. He was calming his crying classmate, who was overwhelmed by the first day of school.
There's a "reasonable chance" the US will lose the measles elimination status in October because of ongoing measles outbreaks in New York, according to Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases.
CNN's Sanjay Gupta provides analysis after a judge ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay Oklahoma $572 million for its role in the state's opioid crisis.
According to a study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine, at least 3,500 donated kidneys are discarded every year despite a waiting list of more than 90,000 people in the United States.
In a landmark decision, an Oklahoma judge ordered pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson to pay $572 million for its role in the state's opioid crisis.
The effects of toxic algae blooms across the US can be dangerous. Here's what you should look out for.
In a landmark decision, an Oklahoma judge on Monday ordered pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson to pay $572 million for its role in the state's opioid crisis.
Every 8 minutes someone dies from an accidental drug overdose. Most of the time, it's from fentanyl.
Four people are expected to turn themselves in over the deaths of 12 Florida nursing home residents who died of heat exposure following Hurricane Irma.
Schools around the US are changing how they deal with the summer heat and athletes practicing outside. CNN's Allison Chinchar and Coy Wire explain how they decide when it's safe.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports on a new daycare that has opened in West Virginia to support babies that were born exposed to drugs, as locals struggle to find solutions to the opioid crisis.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been treated for pancreatic cancer in New York City, the Supreme Court announced.
In Newark, New Jersey, lead levels are among the highest in the nation. Shakima Thomas, whose son tested positive for lead in his blood, says she worries about his future.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains the symptoms of lung disease after nearly three dozen people were hospitalized with lung problems after vaping.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains the details of a new study linking social media use to mental health issues in teens.
Toxic algae blooms are poisonous to dogs and they are more common in fresh water during the hot summer months. Here is the information you need to keep your pets safe.
Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen explains Legionnaires' disease.
Farmers across Iowa and Nebraska are feeling the effects of climate crisis as they grapple with lower crop yields, but some are taking unusual and innovative measures to continue growing food. CNN's Bill Weir takes us there.
Shots rang out as Americans attended a local food festival in California, shopped at a Walmart in Texas, and headed downtown to enjoy some nightlife in Ohio.
During an address to the nation, President Donald Trump calls for a bipartisan action to stop mass shootings, including "red flag laws" and stopping the glorification of violence through video games.
When tragedy strikes in the form of a mass shooting, families grieve, politicians react, and no further action is usually taken.
Brooke Eaton's tragedy of losing her two-year-old son, Cash, meant a second chance for a little girl who was born with a faulty heart. The two families met so Eaton could hear her son's heartbeat for the first time since his passing.