narvikk/iStockBY EDEN DAVID, ABC NEWS(NEW YORK) — You may have heard a lot about COVID-19 antibody testing recently. In fact, your doctor may have even offered you the option of getting the test. Just because you can
Oks_Mit/iStockBy IVAN PEREIRA, ABC News (ATLANTA) — If you’re heading to the pool this summer, you’ll have to bring your swim cap, goggles, towel — and face covering. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new
nycshooter/iStockBy MEGAN CHRISTIE and DR. MARK ABDELMALEK, ABC News (NEW YORK) — “I think I had it.” You’ve likely heard someone say it, or perhaps you’ve been muttering it yourself. It seems these months of quarantine-life and
skhoward/iStockBy PIERRE THOMAS, GERRY WAGSCHAL, ALEXANDER MALLIN and ROBYN WEIL, ABC News(WASHINGTON) — The Federal Trade Commission and Justice Department are seeing a rising number of promotions of allegedly bogus treatments and cures for COVID-19, which they
jewhyte/iStockBy OLIVIA RUBIN, ABC News (NEW YORK) — The leaders of over 75 children’s hospitals across the country on Monday asked the federal government for more funding to help sustain their operations and offset the “catastrophic loss”
Leon Neal/Getty ImagesBy DRAGANA JOVANOVIC, ABC News (LONDON) — Dogs have a remarkable sense of smell and scientists are studying whether our canine friends could help identify people infected with the novel coronavirus. Medical Detection Dogs, a
Ildar Imashev/iStockBy DR. L. NEDDA DASTMALCHI and IMRAN ALI, ABC News (NEW YORK) — As we continue to learn about the novel coronavirus, it’s become clear that its effects on the body extend well beyond the lungs.
Texas Children’s Hospital By NICOLE PELLETIERE, ABC News (TEMPLE, Texas) — A toddler who received a heart transplant amid the novel coronavirus pandemic is now home after spending months in the hospital. Barron Shoemaker of Temple, Texas,