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FDA To Allow Fully Vaccinated Americans To Mix Booster Shots

Members of an advisory panel to the US Food and Drug Administration voted unanimously on Friday to recommend boosters for everyone who received Johnson & Johnson's one-dose COVID-19 vaccine, one day after the committee recommended boosters for some Moderna recipients.

More Than Half Of States Will See Nursing Demand Outstrip Supply In The Next 5 Years

Some healthcare occupations will face major shifts in supply and demand, spurring workforce shortages in the next five years that systems will have to tackle, a report out Wednesday on the U.S. healthcare labor market found.

Most Adults Shouldn't Take Daily Aspirin To Prevent Heart Attack, Panel Says

Taking a daily low-dose aspirin has long been recommended for heart health, but an influential organization changed its guidance on Tuesday.

Domestic Violence: May The Circle Be Broken

My youngest daughter just got married to a fine young man. She was beautiful and radiant. As I gave my daughter away when the minister told me to, I sat down next to a picture of my deceased husband. He passed away four years ago.

Did Pfizer Peak Too Soon?

A decision to go with a lower dose might have helped speed things up last year. Now we may be seeing the consequences.

'Emotionally, Physically, Mentally Tired’: Nurses Say Morale Has Hit A Pandemic Low

Melanie Mead, an emergency department nurse, remembers the first time she drove the seven minutes to work after nonessential businesses shuttered last year. It was 7 a.m., and no one was on the road.

Teen Girls Are Developing Tics. Doctors Say TikTok Could Be a Factor.

When teens started turning up in doctors’ offices with sudden, severe physical tics, specialists suspected social media: The girls had been watching Tourette syndrome TikTok videos.

The Curious Case Of The COVID-19 Lab-Leak Theory

Since the coronavirus first appeared, at the end of 2019, four and a half million people have died, countless more have suffered, whole economies have been upended, schools have been shuttered. Why?

Michigan Nurse Charged With Theft Of Vaccine Cards From Hospital To Sell

A Michigan nurse was charged Sept. 29 in connection with the theft and sale of authentic COVID-19 vaccination cards from a Veterans Affairs hospital, according to the U.S. Justice Department.