"You never know what's going to happen in the future and I never thought this would happen to me," said the 17-year-old who suffered a severe spinal cord injury in 2021.
52-year-old Andrew Pugh thought he was a "hero" for not getting vaccinated, but now says other people "don't want to end up like me" after he was admitted to intensive care.
Saja Ali, from northwestern England, said getting COVID "really, really bad" changed her mind about getting vaccinated.
The Wisconsin news meteorologist returned to air this week after he was hospitalized by coronavirus in November.
Sleep is important for our physical and cognitive health, so it can take a heavy toll when we don't get enough of it.
A pair of studies some years in the making have shined new light on the importance of autism treatment in infancy.
Newsweek asked diet, fitness, psychology and wellness experts for their top tips as we enter the new year.
The world's first case of "flurona" was documented in Israel, but experts believe others have been infected with both COVID-19 and the flu without knowing.
Doctors made the snap decision to deliver the woman's baby while she was having emergency surgery for severe headaches.
"Why is rural vaccine access this abysmal, this far into the pandemic?" a woman in rural Ohio asked on Twitter.
The 71-year-old woman has had a compromised immune system since receiving a heart transplant in 2019.
The CDC has advised people to avoid sharing cups and other items with saliva on them to prevent spreading CMV.
The Dutch economist had often downplayed the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines and had vowed not to get the shot.
Initially, the priest strictly adhered to coronavirus restrictions, according to parishioners. But his views on the pandemic have since changed.
"Today, my heart broke into many pieces. I don't think it will ever mend," the woman's mother said of her daughter's death.
"Nano silver" has been touted by figures like Alex Jones as a treatment or cure for a host of ailments despite no evidence that it's safe or effective.
Demographically, the residents of D.C. skew younger than the rest of the country. Younger people have been found to be more likely to transmit COVID-19.
The CDC has shortened isolation and quarantine time from 10 days to 5 days in most cases. Here's what you need to know.
Since being born, Valentina Garnetti has undergone a total of six operations, including four open heart surgeries.
Researchers are still learning more about the highly transmissible variant of concern, including how quickly it makes you ill.
Paxlovid was approved for treatment of mild and moderate cases in high-risk individuals who are more likely to suffer severe illness or require hospitalization.
While cases have largely been mild, officials are warning against underestimating the COVID-19 variant.
"I was skeptical of the vaccine at first and didn't believe in it, but now I have booked an appointment for my first dose," the mother of seven said.
The Prosper resident said the hardest struggle of her recovery mentally was having to learn "the easy things" again.
Studies vary on how well the tests can identify positive cases, but false positive results are said to be rare.
Eighty percent of those hospitalized are unvaccinated, according to Michael Dowling, CEO of Northwell Health.
Kienan Moore has so far proposed to his girlfriend and had a racing car experience after being told he has terminal cancer.
The mayor of the teenager's hometown of Prosper, Texas, declared December 17 as Makayla Noble Day because of the bravery she had shown after her freak accident.
Ninety-eight percent of those who tested positive were vaccinated, and they have so far experienced only mild or no symptoms.