Long COVID is the all-encompassing term for a wide range of symptoms that can last weeks, months and even years after a COVID-19 infection.
It’s the season of the sniffles. Experts explain what is contributing to a higher number of respiratory illnesses.
The University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University have formalized a new agreement to boost the state's semicondctor industry. The two universities, along with industry partners, will collaborate on research projects and academic partnerships related to semiconductor manufacturing. The agreement also encourages the two schools to share research space and equipment.
Scientists at the World Economic Forum happening this week say they are discussing the hypothetical virus in order to prepare properly for it.
The JN.1 variant is now the most dominant COVID-19 variant in the world.
Americans are feeling more optimistic about inflation in 2024. According to a Federal Reserve Bank of New York survey, consumers from 1,300 households surveyed say they expect prices to keep cooling, and the median expectation is that inflation will be up three percent a year from now, which, if it happens, will mark the lowest level in three years.
More U.S. hospitals are requiring masks and limiting visitors as health officials face a post-holiday spike in flu and other illnesses.
U.S. Bank allegedly froze thousands of accounts of unemployed workers during the pandemic, and they didn’t create a simple way for them to retrieve access to their accounts.
U.S. health officials say flu and COVID-19 infections are expected to ramp up in the coming weeks.
The latest virus strain was first identified in the United States in September.
JN.1 is the fastest-growing strain in the United States, according to the CDC. The variant first emerged in September and is descended from the Omicron subvariant, BA.2.86.
For many families, kindergarten is no longer the assumed first step in a child’s formal education, another sign of the way the pandemic and online learning upended the U.S. school system.
Earlier this year, a surge in overseas travel caused processing times between 10 to 13 weeks.
Are you coughing or sneezing? Or maybe getting the chills? You're not alone. But is it an illness or allergies? And how do you know the difference? FOX 10's Brian Webb has the details.
"My salary increases were not outpacing my rental increases... I was losing money every year."
For years, U.S. life expectancy rose a little nearly every year. But about 10 years ago, the trend flattened and even declined some years — a stall blamed mainly on overdose deaths and suicides.
More than 75% of Americans say the economy is in bad shape, but despite uncertainty over the economy, more Americans than expected hit the stores for the holiday weekend. FOX's Mills Hayes is at the Mall of America for a look at holiday shopping madness.
The new release of free COVID-19 nasal swab tests comes ahead of the first winter since the pandemic started that insurers are no longer required to cover the cost of them.
Loretta's fur was so matted she could not walk on her own.
It was another good day on Wall Street, but how is the economy for people who aren't invested in or focused on the stock market? There are some indicators that things are getting better in areas like rent, gas prices, and food prices, but is anyone feeling it yet? FOX 10's Linda Williams has more.