No placental damage observed in case study of pregnant women with mRNA COVID-19 vaccinations
New research by a team at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, USA, suggests that the COVID-19 vaccine does not damage the placenta and may be safe to use...
42 minutes ago - News Medical - 4 articles
The Grandkids Are Back, But Pandemic Effects Linger For Some In Long-Term Care
Vaccines to stop COVID-19 mean that families can safely visit their loved ones in nursing homes again, after many months of staying apart. But the joy of reunion is tempered by...
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Experts say Australia could complete vaccination program by December
Australia has moved to snap up 25 million doses of Moderna's mRNA vaccine in a bid to avoid further vaccine supply delays.
1 hour ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Covid vaccine: Period changes could be a harmless side effect
Stories of genuine experiences shared online have been followed by a wave of anti-vaccine disinformation.
2 hours ago - BBC
AstraZeneca Vaccine Banned in Norway
Norway stopped using the AstraZeneca's vaccine on March 11 as a precautionary measure after rare blood clots occurred after vaccination, including deaths.
2 hours ago - Medindia Health
New Ebolavirus Vaccine Drives Stronger Antibody Response
Scripps Research scientists propose an innovative vaccine approach to protect against a troublesome family of viruses that present a major global health risk.
3 hours ago - Medindia Health - 2 articles
Vaccination Key to Fight Against Covid-19
Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said that vaccination is the key to fight against Covid-19. Along with free vaccination under government of India channel, states can also...
3 hours ago - Medindia Health - 5 articles
Uber Rides, Vouchers & Free Beers as Feds, States Seek More Vaccine Takers
Title: Uber Rides, Vouchers & Free Beers as Feds, States Seek More Vaccine Takers Category: Health News Created: 5/12/2021 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 5/12/2021 12:00:00 AM
4 hours ago - Medicine Net - 6 articles
A real look at the impact of those darned "plagues" and "pandemics" of the last 12 years
The only way to sell Americans on getting so many dirty vaccines, year in and year out, is through a massive fear mongering campaign, hosted by the CDC and mass media...
5 hours ago - Natural News
Rising coronavirus infection and death rates plague India and Brazil, following covid vaccine rollouts in both countries
Hospitals in India scrambled for beds and oxygen as coronavirus infections surged to a new daily record on Thursday, April 15, with a second wave of infections centered on the...
5 hours ago - Natural News - 4 articles
The headlines of Master Doctor
Top in hem/onc: Financial management during a divorce, timing of chemotherapy
Proper planning is essential for protecting assets in the event of divorce, according to attorney David B. Mandell, JD, MBA. His financial guide concerning divorce was the top...
Calls to ban the Nazi swastika in Queensland after train vandalism
A train carriage in Brisbane has been vandalised with a Nazi slogan amid claims anti-Semitism is rising in the community.
Australian IPL stars could return this weekend to quarantine in Sydney
A deal is close to being finalised which would allow the cricketers to quarantine in Sydney rather than the Howard Springs facility, with Indian cricket authorities to foot the...
Gareth Ward allegations will be a test for Gladys Berejiklian - and the...
NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro sent a very clear message to the Premier. She must insist on the resignation of Disabilities Services Minister Gareth Ward
Albanese plays it safe just when big ideas are needed
The shortage of big policies in the Labor leader's budget reply could mean he's keeping his powder dry. But it could also mean he doesn't have enough gunpowder.
Calls for NAPLAN to be replaced with national bank of class tests
Teachers could dip into the Assessment Resource System whenever they wanted to give their students quick, relevant assessments, the Gonski Institute said
PCH staff were ‘rude', ignored Aishwarya's parents' concerns on the night...
During the heartbreaking press conference, Aishwarya's father said ED staff ignored their concerns and had they treated their daughter earlier, she would still be alive.
‘We'd be crazy not to': Saints would consider Tassie games
St Kilda president Andrew Bassat said the Saints had not held any talks about the possibility of playing games in Tasmania, but they would consider that prospect if “somebody...
Paine might be backing Smith to regain the captaincy, but will the CA board?
The rousing applause that followed Tim Paine's support for Steve Smith will not have gone unnoticed by Cricket Australia. Three directors were there, including the chairman.
We want in: Swans to bid for early AFLW entry but need home ground first
The Sydney Swans have declared their intent to join an expanded 18-team AFLW as soon as possible. But first they need to find a suitable home ground.