By Robert Preidt
MONDAY, Jan. 24, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines abounds, and people with depression are more likely than others to fall for it, a new study finds.
“One of the notable things about depression is that it can cause people to see the world… Continue reading Depression Might Influence Belief in COVID Vaccine Lies
To fight Omicron surges, some countries are handing out second booster shots. In Israel, early data suggest a fourth vaccine dose can increase protection against Covid-19, but scientists aren’t sure how long it can last and some say additional boosters won’t help. Photo composite: Eve Hartley/WSJ More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com… Continue reading Should We Get a Second Booster Vaccine? What the Science Says | WSJ
Over half of the world’s population has received at least one dose of a Covid vaccine. Supply is still a big problem, especially in poorer countries where less than 10% of people are vaccinated. But even when vaccines are available, some remain hesitant to take them. BBC Reality Check’s health reporter Rachel Schraer answers some… Continue reading Covid vaccine: Your concerns answered
Jan. 13, 2022 — The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday blocked President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate for large businesses but said a similar one may continue while challenges to the rules move through lower courts. The vote was 6-3 to block the large business mandate and 5-4 in favor of allowing a similar mandate for… Continue reading Supreme Court Blocks Biden Vaccine Mandate for Businesses
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Jan. 12, 2022 — A recent headline about dramatic reductions in cervical cancer among young women as a result of the HPV vaccine did not tell the whole story of how vaccination could also have an impact on many other cancer types.
Even with the good news of cervical cancer rates dropping dramatically,… Continue reading HPV Vaccine Could Shifts Rates of Non-Cervical Cancers
Although still an exception, vaccine hesitancy cases like the tennis star Novak Djokovic, show that athletes are not immune to disinformation, experts say. Source link
Dr Jen Jardine, from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, who is seven months pregnant and has had her booster jab, said: “Both as a doctor and pregnant mother myself, we can now be very confident that the Covid-19 vaccinations provide the best possible protection for you and your unborn child against this virus.… Continue reading Covid vaccine: Pregnant women urged not to delay getting jab
Oxfordshire MPs to ask the government about the future of the Harwell Science Campus vaccine centre. Source link
Jan. 7, 2022 — The U.S. Supreme Court appeared to agree Friday with the federal government that it is within its rights to require health care facilities that accept Medicare or Medicaid dollars to vaccinate workers against COVID-19, but justices seemed more skeptical that the government can order other large businesses that they must require… Continue reading Supreme Court May Back COVID Vaccine Mandate for Health Workers