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New research finds nearly 3 out of 5 blood cancer patients failed to mount an immune response against COVID after receiving a full two-dose course of the Pfizer vaccine.
A new study suggests fast food often has plastic-softening chemicals that could potentially lead to hormone disruption, infertility and learning disabilities.
While the latest recommendations on boosters from federal regulators have cleared a path for people seeking one out, plenty of people are still looking for direction.
Many companies give back for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but consumers should make sure the money is going where it should.
Making sure the needed number of doctors and nurses available to care for people in communities is difficult, and a new report warns the latest estimates are off.
To save more lives from drug overdose, the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently launched four complementary education campaigns intended to reach young adults ages 18—34 years.
Our taste buds really can tell when sweets contain calorie-free sugar substitutes, according to a new study, offering a possible reason for dislike of ‘diet’ treats.
Dosing and cost uncertainties keep customized liquid drops from reaching mainstream
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