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One Dose May Do It
Promising results for Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. Single dose boosted neutralizing antibody titers 1000-fold in those previously infected.
Putting Antibiotic Use on a Diet
Antibiotics are frequently overused, and bacteria have become resistant. A new set of guidelines helps doctors and patients cut back.
Lower BP Early to Cut Stroke Risk
It's not just high blood pressure that puts Blacks at four times more risk for a stroke. Racism and economic stress contribute, too.
Global Crop Yields Begin to Stagnate
The steady growth in agricultural productivity over the past 60 years has stalled recently. Rising temperatures appear to be responsible.
The Heavy Metals in Your Baby's Food: Part Two
The alarming results of a Congressional investigation into levels of lead, arsenic and mercury in baby foods, including findings by brand.
Heavy Metals Found in High Concentrations in Baby Food
Baby foods contain high levels of lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury — all of which can harm developing brains and lower IQ.
Who, Me? Susceptible to Online Health Misinformation?
Some people are more likely to believe health claims are true when they aren't. Are you one of them? Here's how to pick up on sketchy info.
Healthy Skepticism: Be a Better Consumer of Health Information
Have you heard the news about vitamin B17? A study explores the things to look for when evaluating health -- or any kind of -- information.
Drivers can be exposed to unsafe levels of benzene and formaldehyde if their daily commutes last too long.
Time to Get Smart about Carbs
"Low-carb" isn't the issue. It's pretty simple to understand what distinguishes carbs that contribute to health from those that damage it.
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