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Lower Dose of Pfizer COVID Vaccine Protects Younger Children, Company Says
Title: Lower Dose of Pfizer COVID Vaccine Protects Younger Children, Company Says
Pfizer Vaccine Prevents 91% of Symptomatic COVID in Young Children: FDA
Title: Pfizer Vaccine Prevents 91% of Symptomatic COVID in Young Children: FDA
Do You Know the No. 1 Cause of Halloween Injuries?
Title: Do You Know the No. 1 Cause of Halloween Injuries?
Pediatricians Offer Advice on Keeping Trick-or-Treaters Safe
Title: Pediatricians Offer Advice on Keeping Trick-or-Treaters Safe
Walmart Recalls Room Spray for Rare Bacteria That Sickened 4, Killing 2
Title: Walmart Recalls Room Spray for Rare Bacteria That Sickened 4, Killing 2
Vaccinated People Less Likely to Die of Any Cause in Months After Shots: CDC
Title: Vaccinated People Less Likely to Die of Any Cause in Months After Shots: CDC
COVID Vaccination Does Not Raise Odds of Miscarriage: Study
Title: COVID Vaccination Does Not Raise Odds of Miscarriage: Study
People With Autism at Higher Risk for Suicide, Self-Harm: Study
Title: People With Autism at Higher Risk for Suicide, Self-Harm: Study
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Why women may wait decades for an ADHD diagnosis
At least tens of thousands in the UK, it is estimated, are not receiving the help they need.

Covid vaccines: Paediatricians on frontlines of child jab plan
28 million US children between the ages of five and 11 may soon be in line to receive Covid jabs.

Delta 'Plus' Covid variant may be more transmissible
It may be more contagious than Delta, but there is no evidence yet that it causes worse illness, experts say.

US surgeons test pig kidney transplant in a human
The kidney, from a genetically-altered pig, appeared to function well, say the surgical team.

Covid: Virus may have killed 80k-180k health workers, WHO says
The global health body says healthcare workers should be prioritised for vaccination.

Covid boosters: US approves Moderna and J&J shots
Americans will also be able to pick a different vaccine booster from the jab they initially received.

Covid vaccine: India administers more than one billion Covid jabs
But experts say the pace needs to pick up for India to meet its target of vaccinating all adults by 2021.

Positive trial results for Valneva Covid vaccine
Blood results show it gets the body to mount an immune response to fight coronavirus.

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Why women may wait decades for an ADHD diagnosis
At least tens of thousands in the UK, it is estimated, are not receiving the help they need.

Covid: Vaccine study links virus to rare neurological illness
Guillain-Barre Syndrome is more likely to occur in people who catch Covid, study finds.

Great Ormond Street Hospital investigates 'faulty' surgical glue
The hospital said it was "unlikely to be the sole or main factor" in the deaths of two children.

Covid in Scotland: Figures show booster gap in high-risk groups
More than 100,000 Scots are waiting for a booster despite receiving their second dose more than six months ago.

Budget 2021: NHS in England to receive £5.9bn to cut waiting lists
The new money is welcomed by health leaders, but they warn it will not solve staff shortages.

Covid: Protect schools from anti-vax protests - Starmer
Councils should be able to use exclusion zones to stop the protests outside schools, Labour says.

Homecare costs outstrip funding from councils, says report
Homecare companies say the rates they are paid by local authorities do not cover basic costs.

Covid: Labour calls for Plan B measures in England
But the chancellor says the data does not suggest "immediately" moving to government's back-up plan.


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Moderna says low-dose COVID-19 vaccine is safe and appears to work for kids age 6-11
Moderna said Monday that a low dose of its COVID-19 vaccine is safe and appears to work in 6- to 11-year-olds, as the manufacturer joins its rival Pfizer in moving toward expanding shots to children.
‘Flesh-Eating’ STD that causes ‘Beefy Red’ sores is spreading in UK
A once-rare flesh-eating sexually transmitted disease that causes “beefy red” ulcers is spreading across the UK, according to a report Friday.
New study suggests breastfeeding may help prevent cognitive decline
Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, found that women over the age of 50 who had breastfed their babies performed better on cognitive tests compared to women who had never breastfed.
Woman's inexplicable weight gain leads to shocking cancer discovery
29-year-old Amanda Shoultz chronicled her struggle with mysterious weight gain that was later diagnosed as a 17-pound tumor called a liposarcoma, according to a recent Good Morning America (GMA) report.
CDC Director Walensky avoids question on vaccine mandate for essential workers
Centers for Disease Control Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky remains coy on whether the Biden administration would support COVID-19 vaccine mandates for essential workers or students. 
Summer camp strategies aimed at preventing COVID spread led to 'almost zero' transmissions: CDC
Implementation of multiple strategies prevented almost zero transmission of COVID-19 among 7,173 campers and staff members who attended nine U.S. overnight camps this summer, according to a recent Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
COVID-19 hospital airborne transmission prevented by air filters, study suggests
COVID-19 particles can be effectively filtered from the air to prevent transmission in the hospital using portable air filters and ultraviolet (UV) light sterilization technology, according to a recent study.
Prison workers top list of those not complying with Connecticut COVID-19 mandate
Employees in the state’s prison system make up more than 32% of state workers who have failed to comply with Gov. Ned Lamont’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, according to figures released Friday by the governor’s office.
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