|RSV hospitalization rate for seniors is 10 times higher than usual for this point in the season
The respiratory virus season has started early in kids this year and flooded children's hospitals in many parts of the country -- especially with respiratory syncytial virus, known as RSV.
|Covid-19 boosters could keep thousands of kids out of hospitals, but uptake remains low
Higher Covid-19 vaccination rates among US children could prevent thousands of pediatric hospitalizations and millions of missed school days, according to an analysis published Tuesday by the Commonwealth Fund and the Yale School of Public Health.
|Experimental therapy gantenerumab fails to slow or improve Alzheimer's memory loss in clinical trials
An experimental treatment, gantenerumab, failed to help people at high risk of memory loss from Alzheimer's or those who were in the early phases of the disease, the manufacturer said Monday.
|US gets D+ grade for rising preterm birth rates, new report finds
The rate of premature birth in the United States is climbing, according to the infant and maternal health nonprofit March of Dimes.
|Desperate for heart surgery for their baby, a family feels the effects of pediatric hospital shortages
Even before their daughter was born in June, Aaron and Helen Chavez knew she would need heart surgery. Doctors expected her to have an operation around 6 months of age.
|Fuzzy first photo of a black hole gets a sharp makeover
The first photo ever taken of a black hole looks a little sharper now.
|Paper airplane breaks a world distance record
It's a bird... It's a plane... It's a paper airplane!
|This bat fossil could fill in a piece of the evolutionary puzzle
Two 52 million-year-old bat skeletons discovered in an ancient lake bed in Wyoming are the oldest bat fossils ever found ? and they reveal a new species.
|How long you can use vintage Tupperware
Since Tupperware, the iconic kitchen brand that's been a household name for decades, signaled recently that it might be going out of business, you might be wondering how long your stash of its food storage containers is safe to use ? especially if it's vintage.
|Why we have nightmares and how to stop them
We leave behind our fears of monsters under the bed as we say goodbye to our childhoods, but one can follow us into adulthood and loom over our heads.
|Your guide to finding the right Theragun massage gun for you
|8 activewear brands you should add to your workout wardrobe
The increasing popularity of stylish, trendy athletic wear has made über-comfortable clothing something that's not just for the gym. It's infiltrated all corners of culture, from high fashion runways to the offices of Silicon Valley executives ? and really, it's appropriate for any occasion when you just want to be comfortable.
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For almost 10 years, a South Carolina couple saved jars of tap water worried there was something wrong with it. Now the EPA is investigating.
Lead, bacteria and other contaminants were found in this small Louisiana town's water that doesn't have the funds to fix its aging infrastructure. Watch the complete documentary, "Dirty Water: Danger from the Tap," on CNNgo
For almost 10 years, a South Carolina couple saved jars of tap water worried there was something wrong with it. Now the EPA is investigating and the scientist who helped expose Flint's water crisis says they're not alone. Watch the complete documentary, "Dirty Water: Danger from the Tap," on CNNgo
CNN health reporter Jacqueline Howard discusses former talk show host Wendy Williams' diagnosis of progressive aphasia and frontotemporal dementia.
Chef Adrienne Cheatham says Southern cuisine is the original farm-to-table and goes far beyond its perception as fried and heavy. To prove her point, she puts a pin in the kale craze by shining a light on its potassium-packed, cholesterol-reducing cousin.
Sean Tipton speaks with CNN's Jake Tapper
When Instagram star Suzy Karadsheh's Mediterranean cookbook published this year, it became a fast New York Times best seller. No wonder, her dreamy dishes are fresh, healthy and tasty. She shows CNN her citrusy dip for gatherings that will have you saving that cream cheese for morning bagels. Find the full recipe here.
Adrienne Cheatham, author of the "Sunday Best" cookbook, wants people at home to cook meat without turning it into sandpaper. So she's sharing the methods working chefs use to tell if chicken and beef are cooked properly.
Mary Ziegler speaks with CNN's Jake Tapper
Make TV time truly restful with three key stretches you can do on the couch, from strength and conditioning specialist Dana Santas.
Award-winning chef Vikas Khanna has a quick and easy recipe to make instant chai powder so that you can enjoy a fragrant cup of chai in minutes.
CNN medical analyst Dr. Jonathan Reiner shares his concern over the upcoming change in the CDC's Covid-19 isolation guidance, which is expected this spring, according to The Washington Post.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin was taken to Walter Reed National Medical Center for symptoms suggesting an emergent bladder issue. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains what that means.
There's a potential spoiler hanging over the famous carnival in Rio de Janeiro, which got underway on Friday. The city is grappling with an outbreak of dengue fever. CNN's Michael Holmes reports on concerns that the mass celebrations could make a bad situation worse.
CNN's Meg Tirrell looks at the impacts of Idaho's abortion ban on both pregnant women and doctors.
|Opioid Crisis Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about the opioid crisis and learn about the epidemic of addiction to painkillers.