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U.S. Officials Alarmed Over AstraZeneca Vaccine Data, Possibly Out-Of-Date

AstraZeneca PLC said it would update and reissue later this week efficacy data from human trials of its Covid-19 vaccine after U.S. officials took the rare move of publicly questioning their accuracy—the latest misstep by the British drug giant as it struggles to get its shot into American arms.

The Nurses Are Not Alright

One in four nurses have sought mental health support since March 2020, according to a survey of the pandemic's impact on the profession.

61% US Adults Report Undesired Weight Gain Since Pandemic Began

The results of the pandemic survey shows different segments of adults who report undesired weight loss or undesired weight gain since the start of the pandemic.

Pre-Pandemic Mental Illness Rates By State

Utah has the highest proportion of adults reporting mental illness of all U.S. states, according to a ranking released March 16. The ranking is based on 2018-19 data from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's national survey on drug use and health, and from the HHS agency's Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality.

You’re Not Alone: Clinicians And The Need To Address Grief

Health care workers pride themselves on their ability to be empathetic but professional. Many of us calmly deliver news of adverse outcomes and prognoses to patients and family members every day, then go home to a family or personal life, and try to compartmentalize thoughts of our patients’ diseases, injuries, or deaths.

CDC Director Warns Of Possible Covid-19 ‘Avoidable Surge’

Walensky speaks as U.S. cases tick up even amid vaccinations. J&J won’t be far off delivering 20 million shots by March 31.

Poll: Over 40% Health-Care Workers Have Not Been Vaccinated

Roy Lakes wasn’t planning to get a coronavirus shot until he overheard a Zumba instructor urging her attendees to sign up. “You owe it to your kids, to your grandkids, to stay around,” the instructor kept saying.

Covid: Why Has The Fall In UK Infection Rate Stalled Despite Vaccinations?

Hospital admissions and deaths are declining as priority groups vaccinated but number of new diagnoses has stabilized.