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FDA Limits Authorized Use Of J&J's Covid-19 Vaccine

Agency makes the change after confirming nine deaths tied to a clotting condition among those who received the one-dose shot.

US Seeks ‘Urgent’ Data On Covid Relapses After Using Pfizer’s Drug

U.S. government researchers are planning studies of how often and why coronavirus levels rebound in some Covid patients who have completed a five-day course of treatment with Pfizer Inc.’s Paxlovid.

Striking Nurses Stare Down Pay Cuts, Loss Of Health Coverage

Two major Northern California hospital systems have further antagonized nurses' labor groups by withholding wages from any worker who participates in strike activities during a scheduled shift. One of the systems, Stanford Health Care, is also threatening to cease health coverage for striking nurses as well.

Data Shows 'Unprecedented' Decline In RN Workforce

The number of registered nurses plunged by 100,000 in 2021, representing the steepest drop in the RN workforce in 4 decades, according to a new analysis.

As Original Omicron Disappears, These Are The BA.2 Subvariant's Key Differences

All versions of the omicron variant seem to cause similar cold-like symptoms among vaccinated and boosted people. A runny nose is the most common.

A Patient Hit Me: Why I Say Anti-Assault Prayers

I thought it would be easier than ICU nursing. After 33 years as an ICU nurse, I had to leave. I just couldn’t take the pounding on the chests of little old men and women.

CDC Estimates 3 In 4 Kids Have Had Coronavirus Infections

Three out of every four U.S. children have been infected with the coronavirus and more than half of all Americans had signs of previous infections, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researchers estimated in a report Tuesday.

Migraine Tied To Pregnancy Complications

Women with a history of migraine had higher risks of pregnancy complications, data from the large prospective Nurses' Health Study II showed.

There's No Such Thing As 'Too Many' COVID Boosters

Comments from a European health official raised questions about whether repeated vaccinations could be detrimental to the immune system. Experts say that there is no evidence that COVID-19 vaccines could cause such immune exhaustion.