8-Month-Old Boy Becomes World's Youngest COVID-19 Vaccine Recipient
Sixteen infants recently underwent Phase 1 of the clinical trial of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine and an 8-month-old boy from New York is the youngest among the recipients.
How The Pharmaceutical Industry Is Responding To COVID-19
Since time immemorial, pharmaceutical companies have always been finding ways to develop new medication formulations to prevent and combat diseases. And with the strike of the coronavirus 2019, the pharmaceutical industry seems to be facing greater challenges.
Mixing COVID-19 Vaccines Is Link to More Side Effects, New Study Shows
A variety of effects, including headaches and chills, is said to be more common after a mixed regimen of COVID-19 vaccines.
Brazil Ignores Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine; Ex-Health Minister Claims Country Does Not Need It
Pfizer had not received a response from Brazil for months when it offered its COVID-19 vaccine last year, said the company's Latin America chief executive.
Precision Nutrition is the Latest Health Trend
Over the last few years, the field of nutrition has seen significant advancement. In particular, more and more people now talk about precision nutrition as the most efficient way of determining an individualized plan to ensure people consume a healthy and nutritious diet based on their personal characteristics and physical profile.
COVID-19 Vaccine Passport: Countries That Will Require, Accept Proof of Vaccination Before Travelers Can Enter
Although there are few details on COVID-19 vaccine passports, here's what we do know about which country requires proof of vaccination if you're planning to travel abroad this summer.
CDC Lifts COVID-19 Mask and Social Distancing Restrictions for Fully Vaccinated Americans
Finally, it is masks off for fully vaccinated Americans and no need for social distancing when indoor or outdoor, as announced by the CDC. President Joe Biden claims the new guidelines as a "great milestone."
Ohio Offers $1 Million Lottery for People To Get COVID-19 Vaccine
Ohio offers a $1 million lottery for those who will get administered with a COVID-19 vaccine, as announced by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine.
CDC Says Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine May Be Linked to 28 Blood Clotting Cases, 3 Deaths
The CDC confirmed more cases of rare blood clotting connected to the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, with 28 people developing potentially life-threatening blockages, three of whom died.
India Discovers Deadly Black Fungus on COVID-19 Patients That Can Lead to Blindness
Health officials in India advised doctors to look out for mucormycosis or a rare deadly "black fungus" among COVID-19 patients with diabetes.
Georgia Among First US States To Provide COVID-19 Vaccine to Children Ages Below 16
Georgia is now set to administer the COVID-19 vaccine to children as young as 12 as Pfizer received its emergency use authorization.
How to Manage Your General Health
Lockdown did more than make us anxious; it also made it easy to gain weight. In fact, if you didn't gain weight, consider yourself lucky. But in addition to that, your overall health may have taken a nosedive. Thankfully, there are ways to get things going in the right direction. Here's how you can get back on the fitness track with breaking a sweat.
With Over a Third of Americans Vaccinated, U.S. COVID-19 Death Toll Edges Closer to 900,000
According to a recent report released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the United States has finally reached a major milestone in slowing the spread of COVID-19.
COVID-19 Vaccine Pop-up Sites Will Open in New York City Subway Stations to Increase Youth Vaccinations
It will soon be easy to get vaccinated in New York City and surrounding suburbs with COVID-19 vaccine pop-up sites to be put up in subways and transit hubs.
FDA Approves Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine For People Ages 12-15
The US FDA approves Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for younger teens aged 12 to 15, saying the vaccine is 100% effective for the age group.