• Super Bowl-Bound Healthcare Workers Tout Vaccination as Ticket to Normalcy

    One year ago - By Medscape

    Onika St Louis, a nurse at Tampa General Hospital, said her decision to get the COVID-19 vaccine was a 'no-brainer' once she did her research and considered the immunity benefits it would offer her on the pandemic front line.
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  • US Community Health Centers Say They Have Given More Vaccines Than Government Data Show

    One year ago - By Medscape

    Some US community health centers say they are doling out COVID-19 shots far faster than government data suggests, likely accounting for some of a gap between how states and the federal government describe the availability of vaccine doses.
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  • US COVID Task Force Says New Cases on Decline but Variants Pose Threat

    One year ago - By Medscape

    New COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations appear to be on a downward trajectory in the United States as the Biden administration remains confident that it can hit its target of 100 million vaccines in 100 days, the White House Coronavirus Task Force said on Wednesday.
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  • Dr Fauci says there are 'no red flags' for covid vaccines in pregnant women

    Dr Fauci says there are 'no red flags' for covid vaccines in pregnant women

    One year ago - By Daily Mail

    Pregnant women were barred from COVID-19 vaccine trials, as is typical, so there is little data on the risks. But Dr Fauci said there have been no red flags so far. Covid appears deadlier during pregnancy.
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  • Florida police search for car stolen while carrying vaccine

    One year ago - By ABC News

    Florida police are investigating the theft of a car that was carrying $10,000 worth of COVID-19 vaccine
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  • Op-Ed: Is COVID Vaccine Policy Making Perfect the Enemy of Very Good?

    Op-Ed: Is COVID Vaccine Policy Making Perfect the Enemy of Very Good?

    One year ago - By MedPageToday

    How do we do the most good with the least vaccine? ZDoggMD chats with MedPage Today Editor-in-Chief Marty Makary, MD, about delaying the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and moving those who had the virus to the back of...
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  • Researchers develop thermostable RNA vaccine delivery platform

    One year ago - By News Medical

    A new study describes the production of a new RNA vaccine delivery system that promises greater ease of storage and distribution. This could help boost vaccination rates in regions without adequate infrastructure for low-temperature storage.
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  • Alzheimer's risk gene can increase COVID-19 susceptibility and severity

    One year ago - By News Medical

    A City of Hope-led research team found that the same gene that increases the risk for Alzheimer's disease, ApoE4, can increase the susceptibility to and severity of COVID-19.
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  • Testing for a commensal gut bacterium could help identify people at risk of severe COVID-19

    Testing for a commensal gut bacterium could help identify people at risk of severe COVID-19

    One year ago - By Natural News

    A new study suggests that the composition of gut microbiota could help predict COVID-19 severity. Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School examined stool samples from COVID-19 patients and found that those who were critically ill had altered gut microbiomes. The researchers also identified a commensal bacterium called Enterococcus faecalis as a strong predictor of COVID-19 severity. E. faecalis is a symbiont with a...
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  • Why is the CDC withholding critical covid-19 vaccine safety data from the public?

    Why is the CDC withholding critical covid-19 vaccine safety data from the public?

    One year ago - By Natural News

    The Centers for Disease Control is using a passive surveillance system to monitor for vaccine injury during the aggressive covid-19 vaccine rollout. According to previous CDC studies, this passive surveillance system, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, captures fewer than 1 percent of vaccine injuries. To make matters worse, these serious...
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  • What are public preferences for COVID-19 vaccine prioritization strategies across the globe?

    One year ago - By News Medical

    Researchers describe the results of a novel survey that asked members of the public in a range of countries for their thoughts on prioritization measures for vaccination programs against COVID-19.
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  • Florida COVID-19 vaccine supply going up again on top of federal push to Publix, Walmart, others

    One year ago - By Orlando Sentinel

    Florida's weekly allotment of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines from the federal government is growing again next week, according to a report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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  • 19 Most Magical Disney Suitcases For Kids

    19 Most Magical Disney Suitcases For Kids

    One year ago - By Scary Mommy

    If you're in the market for some Disney luggage, look no further. You've come to the right place. These days during COVID we can't travel in the same way we used to. But with vaccines rolling out, things will begin to look a lot different in 2021, and eventually we'll be able to plan vacations like we used to. Disney parks are already starting to reopen with safety measures and limited capacity, and some families have been using single vacation home booking sites like Airbnb or Vrbo to aim for a safe and secluded getaway. In the meantime, now is a perfect time to invest in some quality...
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  • Watch a Lung Doctor Explain the Advantages of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine

    One year ago - By Mens health

    Dr. Mike Hansen breaks down what makes this vaccine so different-and encouraging.
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  • Researchers develop prototype COVID-19 vaccine using DNA vaccine platform

    One year ago - By News Medical

    It is necessary to develop additional COVID-19 vaccines, as different vaccine approaches have their advantages and disadvantages and may work synergistically.
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