By DR. ERIC SILBERMAN, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- After an unprecedented winter storm cut off power to the freezers storing vaccines in Harris County, Texas, thousands of doses were at risk of expiring within hours. Alan Hoffman, an internist at Houston Methodist Hospital,... Read More.
By ERIN SCHUMAKER, ABC News(DALLAS) -- Dallas officials are making changes after three high-income zip codes received a disproportionate share of the county's first COVID-19 vaccines.Of the 3,071 doses given out at the Fair Park vaccination site, 461... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Phylicia Rashad felt right at home when she took on the maternal role of Libba Gardner in the Pixar animated film Soul. Rashad, who fans recall as the no-nonsense mother Claire Huxtable on the '80s sitcom The Cosby Show, says... Read More.
By STEPHANIE EBBS, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- The first health care worker to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in the United States put a sticker that said "Crushing COVID-19, got my vaccine" underneath the words "registered nurse"
By DR. NICHOLAS NISSEN, ABC News(BOSTON) -- With Pfizer and its partner BioNTech on the cusp of an authorized COVID-19 vaccine in the United States, a major ethical dilemma now stands in front of the companies and regulators: If the... Read More.
By SONY SALZMAN, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- People who were vaccinated with the Moderna vaccine still had elevated antibodies three months after their second dose, according to new data published Thursday as a letter to the editor in the prestigious New England... Read More.
Metallica may be one of the most loved and famous rock bands in the world, but if you ask some people, it's not because of Lars Ulrich's drumming skills. In certain pockets of the rock and metal community, you'll find listeners who... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Kristen Bell admits that quarantining with two young children was not an easy task, which is why she revealed what kept her from losing her mind while staying under the same roof when the nation ... Read More.
By JULIA JACOBO, ABC News(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.) -- Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has contracted coronavirus -- reportedly along with more than 1,800 state employees under his purview -- after declining to issue a statewide mask mandate during the pandemic.