White House is split over how to vaccinate the world

A proposal to waive drugmakers’ patents to enable developing countries to make generic vaccines wins some backers in the Biden administration. Health

U.S. coronavirus cases drop as spring wave of infections ebbs

In 42 states and D.C., lower caseloads have been reported the past two weeks, and nationally, cases are at their lowest since October. Health

FDA promises to move to ban menthol in cigarettes, flavored cigars within a year

A menthol ban has long been sought by civil rights and anti-tobacco groups, who say the products have disproportionately harmed Black communities Health

People seeking coronavirus vaccine appear eager to receive Johnson & Johnson

One-and-done convenience of the company’s product seems to outweigh concerns over its link to a rare blood-clotting condition. Health

The future of coronavirus testing is in Greenville, N.C.

One million testing kits, 40,000 families and an ambitious bid to stop community transmission. Health