simon2579/iStockBy ARIELLE MITROPOULOS and SONY SALZMAN, ABC News (NEW YORK) — As coronavirus cases continue to climb in hot spots across the U.S., positive results from the first phase of several drug trials have raised hopes that
ABC NewsBy TOMMY BROOKSBANK, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Dr. Anthony Fauci reaffirmed that every feasible option should be explored to reopen classrooms as the typical start of the school year inches closer. “We want to try
Al Drago/Pool/Getty ImagesBy CATERINA ANDREANO, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — Dr. Anthony Fauci suggested Wednesday that Americans should consider wearing goggles or a face shield in order to prevent spreading or catching COVID-19. “If you have goggles or
ABC NewsBY: ANNE FLAHERTY (WASHINGTON) — Several states including Ohio, Tennessee, Kentucky and Indiana need to get the virus under control or risk watching their transmission rates get out of control, warned Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s
narvikk/iStockBy KATHERINE FAULDERS, MATTHEW MOSK and JOHN SANTUCCI, ABC News (NEW YORK) — If you can’t cure a contagious disease, the next best thing, according to the experts, is to find it and identify those who need
smolaw11/iStockBy DR. YALDA SAFAI, ABC News(NEW YORK) — The talk of schools reopening in the fall and the push from President Donald Trump and his secretary of education to open in-person classes have many parents worried about
Melpomenem/iStockBy DOUG VOLLMAYER and ANGELINE JANE BERNABE, ABC News(NEW YORK) — For parents of toddlers, tantrums are messy, loud and can be overwhelming. They’re something that toddler moms Ana Florence and Chelsea Anderson know all too well.
David Johnson/iStockBy ANNE FLAHERTY, ABC News(NEW YORK) — In Texas, Scott Baskin is doing the unthinkable in a state where COVID-19 cases have soared this summer. His overnight camp, Camp Champions in Marble Falls, outside of Austin,