Johnny Dodd

The Philadelphia healthcare worker spends his off hours bringing soon-to-expire vaccines to the city's most vulnerable residents
Bedridden for a decade with chronic fatigue syndrome, Whitney Dafoe opens up about his debilitating disease — and his famous father's quest to find a cure
Stanford geneticist Ron Davis faces his toughest challenge yet: tackling the chronic fatigue syndrome that has left his 37-year-old son bedridden
"We don't try to change each other," NFL legend Deion Sanders tells PEOPLE
Fauci tells PEOPLE that as states like Texas and Mississippi drop their COVID-19 restrictions, it “could set us back to a place that’s even worse than where we are now”
Four researchers responsible for the life-saving COVID vaccines open up to PEOPLE in this week’s Women Changing the World issue
Mallory Weggemann, now 31, was just a teen when she was paralyzed after a medical procedure
Mallory Weggemann, a gold medal-winning Paralympian, was left paralyzed after receiving an epidural injection to treat back pain in 2008
Kirby Banks co-founded the group Voices of Acadiana in 2019
PEOPLE honors the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases as a Person of the Year for his work in the fight against COVID-19
Dr. Anthony Fauci talks to PEOPLE for this week’s cover story where he is named one of the People of the Year
“I was just playing in a football game and all of a sudden I might be losing my leg. And I’m thinking, ‘What’s my life going to be like without a leg?’ " Alex Smith tells PEOPLE in this week's issue
Gregg Garfield was known as “patient zero” after he was hospitalized with COVID-19 in Los Angeles on March 5
These military vets are bringing their love of service to their communities 
"I wanted to create a community for fellow veterans who needed a sense of belonging," says John Mahshie, the founder of Veterans Healing Farm
“I really want to do that," Brittany Matthews tells PEOPLE of collaborating with her fiancé on a new venture
School is back and session, and those headed back to the classroom, whether in person or remotely, share their thoughts with PEOPLE
In a new book, Love, Zac, the parents and girlfriend of a high school football standout who died by suicide in 2015 discuss how his concussions and head traumas led to his crippling, incurable brain disease
In its sixth year, Clear the Shelters will focus on virtual pet adoptions and raising funds for shelters in needs for its 2020 campaign, which runs the entire month of August
Get to know the business leaders giving back amid the pandemic by taking pay cuts and donating their services
“Knox been the light of our household, giving us hugs, laughs and joy,” says Mitch Albom, who is raising funds for coronavirus testing in Detroit
“You can’t see the enemy,” says FDNY rescue paramedic Joe Hudak. “Of course I’m scared.”
In his new book, Hidden Valley Road, Robert Kolker reveals how a family was devastated by the debilitating disease—and became invaluable to scientific research
Meet the two Female filmmakers who teamed up with LeBron James to fight for college athletes
Diamond Princess passenger Carl Goldman opens up about being at the center of the global coronavirus health crisis