Whether you are traveling, preparing for a return to school or live somewhere with high rates of COVID-19 transmission -- wearing a mask is vital, especially if you are not vaccinated.
The rising COVID-19 infections and the Delta variant might have you rethinking your summer travel plans, especially if someone in the family is unvaccinated.
COVID-19 cases are surging across the country and experts are warning if you have not been vaccinated there are 2 specific locations you should not go to.
Are you immunocompromised and returning to the office or an in-person workplace? Health experts and officials have issued guidance you should follow in order to protect your health.
The surge of infections of the COVID-19 Delta variant is raising concerns for both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals, and The Doctors break down what you need to know.
Is eating a self-serve buffet risky while COVID-19 is still a threat?
Does the rise of the COVID-19 Delta variant mean people who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine need a Pfizer or Moderna booster shot to properly protect themselves from the virus?
The Fourth of July weekend might be the first time you are gathering in a large group or traveling in more than a year and there are safety precautions you should consider -- especially if you have not been vaccinated for COVID-19.
Vaccinated people have been able to stop wearing their face masks in many situations, but the rise of the COVID-19 Delta variant now has some health officials urging for continued mask-wearing even for the fully vaccinated.
The COVID-19 vaccine has provided protection to hundreds of millions of Americans, but for millions of people, their medications may interfere with how effective the vaccine is.