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1 month ago

COVID-19 vaccination rates plummet to lowest level in months

The vaccination rate nationwide is down to the lowest level since January.
1 month ago
COVID-19 vaccination rates plummet to lowest level in months
3 months ago

Sen. Johnson on others getting shots: 'What do you care?'

Republican Sen_ Ron Johnson, of Wisconsin, questioned the need for widespread COVID-19 vaccinations, saying in a radio interview “what do you care if your neighbor has one or not?”
3 months ago
4 months ago

HPV vaccine leads to more than 80% drop in infections: What parents need to know

The CDC found a more than 80% decline in HPV infections nationally.
4 months ago
What parents need to know about a new study on HPV vaccine
4 months ago

Pfizer and Moderna are safe and effective in pregnant women, provide antibodies to newborns

The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are safe and effective in pregnant and lactating women and those women are able to pass protective antibodies to their newborns.
4 months ago
Pregnant women -- and their babies -- could benefit from Pfizer and Moderna: Study
5 months ago

Majority of small businesses not requiring vaccines, tests

A majority of small businesses aren’t requiring their employees to get tested for the new coronavirus or get any COVID-19 vaccines, though the health care and hospitality industries are ahead of the curve on the requirement
5 months ago
5 months ago

US advisers endorse single-shot COVID-19 vaccine from J&J

Health officials are girding for questions about which one is best.
5 months ago
Third US vaccine could raise question: Which shots are best?
5 months ago

FDA advisory panel votes to recommend Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Clinical studies showed that the one-shot vaccine provides strong protection against COVID-19, including 85% effectiveness against severe illness and preventing 100% of hospitalizations and death.
5 months ago
FDA advisory panel votes to recommend Johnson & Johnson vaccine
5 months ago

Peru's foreign minister quits over secret vaccination

Peru’s foreign minister has resigned amid an uproar over government officials being secretly vaccinated against the coronavirus before the country recently received 1 million doses for health workers facing a resurgence in the pandemic
5 months ago
6 months ago

UK announces ‘mix and match’ vaccination study

The British government will begin a new trial to test mixing different types of COVID-19 vaccines, in which participants will receive one dose followed by a second booster shot of a different vaccine.
6 months ago
UK announces ‘mix and match’ vaccination study
6 months ago

Denmark to develop digital passport proving vaccinations

Denmark’s government is developing a digital passport that would show whether people have been vaccinated against the coronavirus
6 months ago
Denmark to develop digital passport proving vaccinations
1 year ago

Polio immunization suspended amid coronavirus pandemic

Health officials attempting to eradicate polio say they are being forced to suspend their mass immunization efforts amid the surging coronavirus pandemic
1 year ago
1 year ago

Probe reveals patients of late pediatrician not vaccinated

An Illinois sheriff's office investigating a pediatrician who killed himself last year says tests have revealed several of his former patients lack immunity to diseases against which they or their parents believed they had been vaccinated
1 year ago
1 year ago

One-third of parents are delaying giving vaccines to their children: Study

One-third of parents are delaying immunization
1 year ago
One-third of parents are delaying giving vaccines to their children: Study
1 year ago

Illinois pediatrician who killed himself may have forged patients' vaccination records, authorities say

An Illinois pediatrician who died by suicide last year may have forged patient's vaccination medical records, according to investigators.
1 year ago
Pediatrician who killed himself may have forged vaccination records, authorities say