COVID-19 vaccine

The gospel singer recently had some telling words at church.

Unfortunately, some of those COVID-19 conspiracists happen to be stars we love and admire. Here's a list of NBA athletes who have shared their controversial opinions about the COVID-19 vaccine.

The Omicron variant of the coronavirus has hit society like a ton of bricks this winter and HBCUs are no exception. Here's how historically Black colleges and universities are responding.

After being widely mocked for her failed anti-vax interview with Trump, Candace Owens deflected ensuing criticism by fat-shaming Megan McCain for being pro-vaccine and calling her "clinically obese."

Unvaccinated Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving will be rejoining his team after sitting out the season's first 29 games in protest of the NBA's vaccine mandate. At the same time, a strong wave of COVID-19 is taking the country - and professional hoops league - by storm.

Actress Letitia Wright's alleged reluctance to get vaccinated against COVID-19 could lead to her not returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe after she's done filming "Black Panther 2," according to reports.

The announcement that Antonio Brown would be suspended multiple games for violating the NFL's COVID-19 policies drew attention to the decided disparity in punishment for all-pro quarterback Aaron Rodgers' similar transgression.

This isn't the first time that the fiery Republican has spread some questionable rhetoric about the vaccine.

Here’s how the COVID-19 vaccine was tested for efficacy and safety on children and how access to these shots could alter the impact of COVID-19 for American kids.

Seasoned rapper/actor Ice Cube reportedly quit a film that Sony was paying him a whopping $9 million to star in simply because he refused to get vaccinated in order to be on set.

Speaking during a town hall with the American Academy of Pediatrics on Thursday, James D. Campbell, M.D., M.S., FAAP, a member of the AAP Committee on Infectious Diseases, called the claim that the vaccine impacted fertility a "social media hoax." Campbell explained that someone hypothesized the vaccine could cause infertility, but there was no actual data or evidence to show a correlation.

Newsweek is being criticized for using a COVID-19 vaccine fearmongering photo of a frightened girl clutching her teddy bear captioned with the question: "Would you give this kid a shot?"