Screening and vaccination are vital for preventing cervical cancer, and women need to know the preventive tools available
When enough of the population is vaccinated, the virus has a hard time finding new people to infect, and the epidemic starts dying out.
African Americans need to take the COVID-19 vaccine to protect their health, but if African Americans don't take the vaccine, the nation will never get to herd immunity
As the greatest vaccination effort in the history of the country begins, your place in line could depend on what you do and where you live
Latinos Are Especially Reluctant to Get Flu Shots – How a Small Clinic in Indiana Found Ways to Overcome That
With the COVID-19 vaccine on the way, it's crucial to understand why certain communities are reluctant to get vaccinated — and how to earn their trust
Given the resistance to vaccines, we need a multifaceted campaign led by allies in health care and other sectors, including trusted community leaders.
Why Scientists and Public Health Officials Need to Address Vaccine Mistrust Instead of Dismissing It
As the world awaits a COVID-19 vaccine, scientists and public health officials must anticipate and address people's concerns over its safety.
One pediatric surgeon helps 10,000 get COVID-19 tests by becoming their "doctor on record"