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By Kathleen McLaughlin, STAT
With the highly transmissible Delta variant spreading, caution prevails.
By Helen Branswell, STAT
Some experts point to a series of factors that could make for a rough re-entry to the mixed microbes world of cold and flu viruses.
Stanford found itself in hot water last week after deploying a faulty Covid-19 vaccine distribution algorithm, offering a cautionary tale that extends far beyond the university's own doors.
By Casey Ross, STAT, Erin Brodwin, STAT News
The FDA reviewers said that the two-dose vaccine “was highly effective” in preventing symptomatic COVID-19 from occurring “at least 14 days after the receipt of the second dose.”…
By Matthew Perrone, Lauran Neergaard, Associated Press
By Andrew Joseph, STAT
The announcement from Trump’s medical team Sunday morning that the president is on dexamethasone is sure to increase speculation about the president’s illness and was at odds with the generally upbeat description of his condition provided by his physicians.
By Erin Brodwin, STAT News
Pinterest has taken a hardline strategy against health misinformation, and in particular, vaccine falsehoods.
By Sharon Begley, STAT
Using temperature checks to find contagious people is like trying to catch tennis balls in a soccer net: way too many can get through.
By Damian Garde, STAT
Here’s a guide to some of the most talked-about efforts to treat or prevent coronavirus infection.
By Shraddha Chakradhar, STAT
New research finds that black mothers who were exposed to police shootings of unarmed black Americans during pregnancy were more likely to give birth to infants who were born prematurely or with low birth weight. Living within 1 kilometer of…
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