US Halts Use of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Following Rare, Severe Blood Clots
The FDA and the CDC are requesting that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine be halted in the US after six women developed rare blood clots.
Regeneron's Antibody Drug Appears to Prevent Virus Spread Within Household, Seeks FDA Approval
A vaccine expert found out that Regeneron's COVID-19 antibody-drug appears to prevent virus spread within households.
US Slams China for Not Cooperating in COVID-19 Origin Probe, Reminds Its Shortcomings in Early Days
China lacked transparency during the early stages of COVID-19, according to US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, and the US would get to the bottom of this.
COVID-19 South African Variant Can "Break Through" Pfizer's Vaccine, New Study Shows
Results of a new Israeli study found out that the COVID-19 South African variant can "break through" some of the Pfizer vaccine's protection.
China Admits Its COVID-19 Vaccines Are Only 50 Percent Effective Against the Virus
China has acknowledged that its COVID-19 vaccines are only 50 percent effective, potentially slowing the global fight against the virus.
Pregnant Women Complains Of Being Denied COVID-19 Vaccines
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and leading obstetrical care groups allowed pregnant people to receive COVID-19 vaccines yet they are denied to be inoculated.
Japanese Woman, First COVID-19 Patient to Receive Living Donor Lung Transplant in the World
A woman from Japan has become the globe's first COVID-19 patient to be granted a living donor lung transplant. She received lung segments from her husband and son after her organs failed due to damage caused by the novel coronavirus.
AstraZeneca Vaccine Linked to Rare Blood Clots, European Union Confirms
European regulators concluded a strong association between AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine and life-threatening conditions involving the uncommon combination of low levels of blood platelets and blood clots.
AstraZeneca Pauses COVID-19 Vaccine Clinical Trial in Children and Teens
AstraZeneca said it paused its COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial on Wednesday to children and teens as they wait for more data on rare blood clotting.
CDC: School Reopenings in September May Happen, Despite Over 30M US COVID-19 Cases
CDC Director Rochelle Walensky predicts that month of September could be the time wherein students can go back to school, safely. But, is it really safe?
Patients Critically Sick With COVID-19 May Suffer Mental Health Conditions, New Study Shows
A new study published in The Lancet Psychiatry found out that one in three people who were severely ill with COVID-19 were diagnosed with a mental health condition.
Health Official Admits Having No Idea AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine Causes Blood Clots
Health boss acknowledged that he does not have the idea that AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine has a risk, including blood clots.
WHO, Others, Warn Using Ivermectin as Treatment to COVID-19
WHO has joined a growing list of health entities warning against the use of Ivermectin in patients with COVID-19 and clinical trials.
Popular Painkiller Recalled Due to Unusual Issue Dangerous to Health
A painkiller that is very popular in the United States is now being recalled due to the unusual packaging that may harm a person's health.
AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine 'Vulnerable' to South African Variant, 'Professor Lockdown' Warns
AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine immunity is vulnerable to the South African variant, a British health expert claims.