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Study: Pfizer’s Booster Shot Improves Immunity 86%, Even Against Delta

Early data on those aged 60 and above come as U.S. and other countries plan additional doses to increase protection against Delta variant.

US To Announce Most Americans Will Need Coronavirus Booster Shots

The administration’s health and science experts are coalescing around the view that people will need the boosters eight months after being fully vaccinated, according to the people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss a decision not yet public.

In Memory Of A Nurse Who Died From Injuries Sustained During A Patient Assault

This chapter is dedicated to the memory of Lynne Sausse Truxillo, RN, who died on April 11, 2019 from injuries sustained during a patient assault while on duty at Baton Rouge General Hospital.

Breakthrough Cases More Prevalent Than You’ve Been Told

The term itself, perhaps, is a problem. “Breakthrough” sounds bad — implying an immune-escape mutation, likely rare, and therefore alarming. The vaccines were never tested to prevent transmission, only symptomatic disease, and those who knew the science expected, from the outset, that we would see some number of such cases, and that they would be, overwhelmingly, mild.

She Quit Being An ICU Nurse To Make Six Figures On OnlyFans

Allie Rae was working in the neonatal intensive care unit of a hospital, tending to sick babies. When they found her OnlyFans, they gave her an ultimatum: delete it or quit.

Previous CMS Clerical Error May Cost Us Nursing Schools Millions

In 2008, CMS made a clerical error that resulted in an extra $300 million being distributed to 120 hospital-based U.S. nursing school programs.

Delta Is Bad News For Kids

Two and a half weeks ago, as the next school year approached, a pediatric cardiologist from Louisiana headed into the Georgia mountains with her husband, their three young children, and their extended family. It was, in many ways, a fairly pandemic-sanctioned vacation: All nine adults in attendance were fully vaccinated.

The Struggle To Vaccinate Springfield, Missouri

On February 18th, deep in a deadly covid-19 winter at Cox Medical Center South, in Springfield, Missouri, the last patient was moved from the treatment ward they called the Tower, a large shell space hurriedly outfitted with beds, I.V. poles, oxygen, and beeping monitors.