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17/09/2021
Fox news: CDC study finds childhood obesity increased at ‘substantial and alarming' levels during COVID pandemic...
Child obesity levels in the U.S. increased significantly during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly among children who were already obese from the outset, according to the findings of a new report fro [Read more]
17/09/2021
Abc news: FDA advisory panel soundly rejects a plan to offer Pfizer booster shots against COVID-19 to most Americans...
FDA advisory panel soundly rejects a plan to offer Pfizer booster shots against COVID-19 to most Americans [Read more]
17/09/2021
Voa news: Fighting Fire with Fire in US to Protect Sequoia Trees...
With flames advancing toward the signature grove of ancient massive trees in Sequoia National Park, firefighters on Thursday fought fire with fire. Using firing operations to burn out flammable vege [Read more]
16/09/2021
Huffingtonpost: Recall Outcome Proves Dems Shouldn't Be 'Timid' On COVID, Newsom Says ...
"We need to stiffen our spines and lean into keeping people safe and healthy," California Gov. Gavin Newsom said after prevailing in an attempt to recall him. [Read more]
17/09/2021
Cbs news: FDA advisers endorse Pfizer booster shots for elderly, high-risk Americans...
The panel had initially rejected by a majority vote over Pfizer's request for full approval of a booster. [Read more]
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18/09/2021
A horse tranquilizer drug often found mixed with opioids is increasingly involved in overdose deaths in some U.S. states. [Read more]
18/09/2021
A U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory panel on Friday endorsed emergency approval for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine booster shot at least six months following the second dose among people ages 65 and older and those at high risk of occupational exposure and severe COVID-19. [Read more]
18/09/2021
A U.K. teen had to undergo emergency surgery after a bananas attempt to measure his manhood resulted in him getting a USB cable lodged in his urethra. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The almost uninterrupted use of social media has led to body issues, low self-esteem and mental health issues for teenagers, according to a recent study. Social media is a highlight reel, where users share usually flattering videos and photos. [Read more]
18/09/2021
FDA advisory panel endorses COVID-19 booster shots only for Americans 65 and over or at high risk for severe disease [Read more]
18/09/2021
If you're seeking an exemption from a COVID-19 vaccine mandate, you might not get any help from your clergy person [Read more]
18/09/2021
An influential federal advisory panel has overwhelmingly rejected a plan to give Pfizer booster shots against COVID-19 to most Americans, but it endorsed the extra doses for those who are 65 or older or run a high risk of severe disease [Read more]
18/09/2021
Health authorities in Louisiana say a child is among the latest to die from COVID-19 in Louisiana [Read more]
18/09/2021
Hoping to meet green energy goals and cut down on Indian cities' air pollution while boosting its flagging auto industry, the Indian government Wednesday announced a $3.5 billion push for electric and hydrogen-fuel powered vehicles. The plan, which includes incentives for automakers to invest in clean technology cars, will allow India t [Read more]
18/09/2021
A trio of Chinese astronauts returned to Earth on Friday after a 90-day stay aboard their nation's first space station in China's longest mission yet.     Nie Haisheng, Liu Boming and Tang Hongbo landed in the Shenzhou-12 spaceship just after 1:30 p.m. (0530 GMT) after having undocked from the space station Thursday morning.     S [Read more]
18/09/2021
U.S. President Joe Biden convened six heads of state and three leaders of multilateral organizations on Friday to make his plea: that stronger climate action is not just urgent — it is good for the global economy.   The leaders met six weeks ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, an event that aims to chart future glo [Read more]
18/09/2021
A new study on work-related causes of deaths finds long working hours to be the biggest occupational risk factor. The joint study by the World Health Organization and International Labor Organization estimates nearly 2 million people a year die from work-related diseases and injuries. World Health Organization Director General Tedros Ad [Read more]
18/09/2021
"Requirements that lawyers be strong advocates are pillars of our democracy," a former Florida state Supreme Court justice wrote of attorney Daniel Uhlfelder. [Read more]
18/09/2021
"Nothing we do makes a difference. The world spins on, oblivious and belligerent, as we fight to save the tidal wave coming our way," Nashville nurse Kathryn Ivey wrote. [Read more]
18/09/2021
COVID-19 isn't the only issue we're fighting. Exhaustion among medical professionals is more severe than ever. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The panel did, however, endorse the extra shots for those who are 65 or older or at high risk of severe disease. [Read more]
18/09/2021
Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb tells "Face The Nation" that "there's not going to be a delay" in distributing booster shots because the Biden administration took early steps to prepare. [Read more]
18/09/2021
In August, President Biden announced his plan to get booster shots into arms as early as September 20 to fight back against the coronavirus. [Read more]
18/09/2021
Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb tells "Face The Nation" that the CDC wasn't prepared for a crisis like COVID and "should have raised their hand and said, 'We really don't have this.'" [Read more]
18/09/2021
Some states fear their need for the potentially lifesaving treatment will outpace allocations from the federal government. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The Justice Department has been appealing the deal, approved earlier this month. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The same advisers overwhelmingly recommended against authorizing boosters for people under 65, complicating the Biden administration's hopes to offer them more broadly. [Read more]
18/09/2021
A new documentary by The New York Times traces the e-cigarette maker on its path from fledgling start-up to Silicon Valley juggernaut and, eventually, public health villain. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The scheme was one of the more unsavory sides of the case against a half-dozen manufacturers of pelvic mesh including Boston Scientific and Johnson & Johnson. [Read more]