Massachusetts Town Prioritizes Vaccinating Shift Workers
In New Bedford, Massachusetts, fishermen and plant workers had a hard time finding vaccine appointments that fit their schedules.
Large study funded by CDC identifies rare COVID-19 vaccine risks
A new study confirmed a slightly increased risk of several conditions following COVID-19 vaccination.
CDC is reportedly considering shortening COVID-19 quarantine time
Health officials are considering a proposal that would allow people to leave isolation after they have been fever-free for 24 hours or more.
1 in 10 pregnant people with COVID develop long COVID within 6 months
Numerous study participants reported having malaise, fatigue and dizziness six months after their initial COVID infection.
Roomates' trash dispute led to threats before fatal Colorado shooting
A student accused of killing two people at a Colorado college had earlier threatened to kill his roommate in a dispute over trash, documents show.
Program cares for newborns undergoing opioid withdrawals
Pregnant women who have used opioids, whether illegally or under medical supervision, often continue opioid use during pregnancy.
MLB players issue complaints about new see-through pants
"I know everyone hates them," was one comment from an MLB player talking about the new uniforms, designed by Nike and manufactured by Fanatics.