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U.S. men die nearly six years before women: Study

We’ve known for more than a century that women outlive men. But new research led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and UC San Francisco shows that, at least in the United ...

Universal flu vaccine: US commences clinical trial

The United States has begun the phase 1 trial of a new investigational universal influenza vaccine candidate.

US not prepared for next pandemic, warns CDC director

Washington: The United States is not prepared for the next pandemic because parts of the public health systems are still reliant on "old fax machines," said outgoing director of ...

US: FDA approves first Respiratory Syncytial Virus vaccine

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Arexvy, the first respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) vaccine approved for use in the United States.

Coronavirus, drug overdose deaths push US life expectancy to lowest since 1996

Los Angeles: The increase in Covid-19 and drug overdose deaths have pushed US life expectancy to the lowest level since 1996, according to a new report released by the US Centers for Dise ...

Once again, US and Europe way ahead on daily calorie intake

New York: The number of calories per person consumed globally, increased by a full nine per cent on average last year, to 2,960 per day, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) sai ...

Fauci not as confident about pandemic end as US President Joe Biden

Washington: US top infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci does not sound as confident as the American President when it comes to the nation's current Covid status.

US reports first polio case since 2013

Washington: The US has reported the first case of polio infection in nearly a decade, officials said on Thursday.

At least 643 cases of Monkeypox detected across 26 non-endemic states, says WHO

Geneva/UNI/Sputnik: At least 643 monkeypox cases in humans have been registered in 26 non-endemic countries by early June, Emerging Diseases and Zoonoses Lead at the World Health Organiza ...