The US Food and Drug Administration expanded the emergency use authorization for Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine to include people ages 12 to 15. CNN's Sanjay Gupta looks at how the clinical trials unfolded.
CNN's Jake Tapper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta discuss the CDC's vaccine advisers vote to recommend use of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine in children who are ages 12 to 15.
New vaccine platforms are being developed that could transform access and ease of use for future pandemics, as well as for fighting existing diseases. Watch CNN Films' "Race for the Vaccine" Saturday, May 15 at 9 p.m. ET.
As more students go back to school for the first time during the pandemic, many parents may be wondering what to expect. Here are some tips to get you prepared.
Whether you're dealing with anxiety, fighting an illness, or want to feel your best, a good night's sleep is extremely important. Here are some tips to help you sleep better.
CNN's Chloe Melas, Alisyn Camerota, Brian Stelter and Susan Hendricks meet with fertility specialist Dr. Tia Jackson-Bey to discuss their personal journeys with infertility.
1 in 8 couples struggle with infertility in the US according to the CDC. CNN's Alisyn Camerota and Chloe Melas talk with fertility specialist Dr. Tia Jackson-Bey about what they can do to improve their emotional health and gain better access to treatment.
Flu numbers in Michigan remain low as the season winds down. Along with an increase in flu vaccines administered, the precautions taken to contain the spread of the coronavirus also helped keep the flu case numbers low.
White House Covid-19 response coordinator Jeffrey Zients said the country is "turning the corner" on the pandemic, but stressed the importance of all Americans to get vaccinated.
Pfizer has begun seeking full FDA approval of its Covid-19 vaccine for people 16 years and older in the US, where infections are falling as more people are getting vaccinated.
Kelly and Kimberly Standard are identical twins, but their individual experiences with Covid-19 were anything but identical. CNN's Sanjay Gupta reports.
Sewing helped Linda Rowe Thomas regain mobility in her hands after a house fire. Her clothing designs now grace red carpets and fashion runways.
Many Americans are now fully vaccinated, but many are not. Dr. Leana Wen shares how to navigate wearing masks and staying safe during this transition period.
CNN's John Berman speaks with the CDC Director Rochelle Walenksy to clarify mask guidance for vaccinated individuals as critics have argued that previous CDC guidance has been complicated.
CNN's Erica Hill reports that Pfizer is seeking authorization for it's coronavirus vaccine for children ages 12-15 after trials showed 100% efficacy for that age group.
CNN's Chris Cuomo asked White House coronavirus adviser Andy Slavitt why the CDC stopped short of allowing those who have received the vaccine to entirely resume living normal lives.
President Joe Biden cited new guidance from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention -- which said vaccinated Americans do not have to wear masks outside in some situations -- to urge all Americans to go get a vaccine.
CDC Director Rochelle Walensky announced that it's safe for fully vaccinated people to go unmasked at small outdoor gatherings, or when dining outside with friends from multiple households.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses whether we should still be wearing masks outside even after getting vaccinated and answers viewers' other Covid-19 questions.
A former Trump official tells CNN's Elizabeth Cohen that they want the former President to make a PSA encouraging coronavirus vaccinations because his administration's legacy could be at stake.
Patients may not know when race correction is used in their treatment, but a new generation of medical students is calling on doctors to re-think the common practice. Read more about race correction in medicine.
CNN's Pamela Brown asks Senior adviser to the White House Covid-19 response team, Andy Slavitt, about reporting that fully vaccinated Americans would be able to visit Europe as tourists this summer.
Dr. Anthony Fauci addresses public concern surrounding a possible third-dose vaccine booster. Fauci tells CNN's Jim Acosta the need is not a matter of efficacy, but rather an extension of durability of protection against coronavirus.
With vaccine hesitancy still prominent in the US, CNN's Martin Savidge reports on the efforts to battle conspiracy theories and get people vaccinated for Covid-19 in Mississippi.
A CDC advisory committee voted to recommend resuming use of the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, which has been linked to 15 cases of a very rare blood clotting condition, all in women. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Dr. Leana Wen weigh in on the recommendation.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses the CDC claim that the risk of Covid-19 surface transmission is low in comparison to airborne transmission.
Former President Barack Obama and NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal joined a slate of celebrities in urging Americans to get vaccinated during an hour-long NBC special aimed at boosting vaccine confidence.
CNN Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen discusses a statement released by Johnson & Johnson about other coronavirus vaccines.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, shares when he expects a decision to be made about the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine, predicting the vaccine would come back on the market with restrictions or warnings.
Dr. Anthony Fauci says it is "quite frustrating" that a large percentage of Republicans are hesitant about receiving a Covid-19 vaccine, according to a recent poll.
British mom Rebecca Roberts shares her story of giving birth to twins she conceived three weeks apart, a rare condition called superfetation. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen has the details.
Maryland's newest high-volume mass vaccination site held its soft launch Thursday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, administering 500 Moderna COVID-19 vaccines.
CNN medical analyst Dr. Celine Gounder discusses the risk of undermining vaccine confidence after renowned statistician Nate Silver tweeted about vaccine hesitancy.
CNN's John Avlon puts into perspective the likelihood of suffering from rare blood clots that have been reported in only six of the 6.8 million Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine recipients in the US.
CNN's Alexandra Field reports on the CDC and FDA's recommendation the US pause Johnson & Johnson vaccine use over blood clot concerns "out of an abundance of caution."