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Guidance on COVID Antiviral Drugs
Antiviral drugs are another tool to control COVID-19 infections. Here's who could benefit most from them -- and who should hold off.
Before You Buy Antibiotic-Free Meat...
We all rely on labels to tell us about the foods we buy, but those touting “No Antibiotics Ever” are unpoliced. Buyer beware.
The Gunshot Wounds No One Can See
It's not just about surviving: The trauma of a firearm injury has long-term repercussions for survivors and their families.
Childhood Asthma, Eczema Linked to Disinfectant Use
We are all disinfecting surfaces more often these days, but pregnant women's use of cleaners can prompt allergies in their unborn children.
COVID Vaccines’ Safety Records
A long-term look at the adverse events occurring as a result of the mRNA vaccines for COVID-19 found they were mild and short-lived.
The Impact of COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters
Going for a third mRNA vaccine can mean the difference between mild omicron symptoms, if any, and the risk of hospitalization. Get boosted.
Leaded Gas Is Gone, But Its Harms Live On
Lead is bad for the brain, and in the 60s and 70s leaded gas lowered the IQs of millions of Americans. It's still harming their brains.
A Tailored Approach to Eating Better
When trying to improve people's diets, education, ethnic background and the food options in a given neighborhood all need to be considered.
Clues in the Search for COVID Immunity
Hybrid immunity, the kind you get from a breakthrough infection before or after vaccination, could be our way out of the pandemic.
Gas Stoves’ Health and Environmental Consequences
It's some seriously bad news for many cooks: gas stoves have been found to release methane and other gases -- even when they are not on.
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