Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner, predicted that by Halloween, the agency could approve an emergency use of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for children between the ages of 5 to 11 years old.
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“If you want to leave, take good care, hope you make a lot of nice friends out there”
- The Telegraph
While focus remains firmly fixed on Covid-19, a second health crisis is quietly emerging in Britain. Since the beginning of July, there have been thousands of excess deaths that were not caused by coronavirus.
- Business Insider
People who've had booster doses of COVID-19 vaccines say it feels "like a hangover," and describe feeling really tired the day after.
- Washington Post
Doctor who has lost over 100 patients to covid says some deny virus from their death beds: 'I don't believe you'
Matthew Trunsky is used to people being angry at him. As a pulmonologist and director of the palliative care unit at a Beaumont Health hospital in southeastern Michigan, Trunsky sees some of the facility's sickest patients and is often the bearer of bad news.Subscribe to The Post Most newsletter for the most important and interesting stories from The Washington Post. He gets it. No one is prepared to hear their loved one is dying. But when a well-regarded intensive care unit nurse told him durin
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The "Get COVID-19" party in Edson, Alberta, happened about two weeks ago, sources told City News Edmonton.
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Anti-vaccine Facebook groups have a new message for their community members: don’t go to the emergency room, and get your loved ones out of intensive care.
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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene got into a shouting match outside the Capitol with a Democratic congresswoman over abortion: 'Try being a Christian!'
The far-right congresswoman confronted Democrats on the steps outside the House chamber after the passage of a Democratic bill to protect abortion.
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“It’s never too late” to get vaccinated, a relative says. “Make the time. Because the role you play in your family’s life is far too important to risk a chance.”
- Rolling Stone
Marijuana is federally illegal. But what if you could get high off hemp?
After the CDC approved booster shots of the Pfizer vaccine for certain groups, experts outline the difference between a booster and a third shot of the vaccine.
- The Daily Beast
Angela Weiss/GettyAs tens of thousands of unvaccinated New York healthcare workers are set to be fired on Monday once the state’s COVID-19 vaccination deadline kicks in, Gov. Kathy Hochul has a plan for a potential staffing shortage: a statewide state of emergency. Hochul said preparations were underway Saturday to make an emergency declaration, clearing the way for healthcare workers not licensed in New York to fill in the gaps of those terminated. The declaration will also allow workers from o
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'I don't have COVID': Doctor says some COVID patients deny virus, decry vaccines from their deathbed
Michigan doctor Matthew Trunsky says some dying COVID-19 patients continue to deny their diagnosis or denounce vaccines.
Grocery Store Shortages Comparable to 2020 — Are You Prepared for Lack of Supply During the Holidays?
While it's still unclear whether the Delta variant will put a damper on holiday celebrations, according to the Wall Street Journal, some executives are preparing for U.S. consumers to have larger...
- Eating Well
Here are some tips on ways to try to stay healthy and keep others safe if you've just tested positive for COVID-19, according to experts.
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WSU president: Nick Rolovich still not vaccinated, says there will be 'no free pass for anybody' regarding mandate
Washington state employees must be fully vaccinated by Oct. 18 and Rolovich is out of time to get a two-dose vaccine before the deadline.
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Five people have died and 74 are infected after a recent COVID-19 outbreak in a Washington nursing home.
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One week after getting her first COVID-19 vaccine shot, Bernadette Ann Bowen said she started her period one day early. Then, Bowen, a 31-year-old Ph.D. student at Bowling Green State University, said she experienced some of the worst menstrual cramps of her life. After Bowen saw people on TikTok discussing similar changes in their menstrual cycles after being vaccinated, she said she was "stricken with fear" over what could happen when she received her second dose of the vaccine.
It’s time to bust out those running shoes.
A federal judge on Friday ruled that a Cincinnati, Ohio-area healthcare provider could require its employees get vaccinated against COVID-19 or risk losing their job, in what appears to be the first ruling of its kind for a private employer in the United States. The employees of St. Elizabeth Healthcare failed to establish that their individual liberties were being violated by the vaccine requirement of the hospital operator, which has the right to set employment terms, said U.S. District Judge David Bunning in Covington, Kentucky. St. Elizabeth employees must get vaccinated by Oct. 1.