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The Secrets of Covid ‘Brain Fog’ Are Starting to Lift

Allison Guy was having a great start to 2021. Her health was the best it had ever been. She loved her job and the people she worked with as a communications manager for a conservation nonprofit. She could get up early in the mornings to work on creative projects. Things were looking “really, really good,” … Read more

New York City To Offer Paxlovid For Free At Mobile COVID-19 Testing Centers

Select mobile COVID-19 testing centers in New York City will offer antiviral treatments, including Paxlovid, to those who receive a positive result during the nation’s first “Test to Treat” program. The initiative, launched Thursday, will be rolled out at three mobile testing sites with the goal of expanding to 30 locations in the city by … Read more

Other dad got surly when I asked for the money

DEAR MISS MANNERS: My wife and I have a friend who often hosts gatherings at her home with an eclectic mix of people, including her next-door neighbors. These neighbors are nice people, but my wife and I have only ever had lukewarm, perfunctorily polite exchanges with them. It’s just an “oil and water” personality dynamic … Read more

Interim Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices for Use of Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccines in Children Aged 6 Months – 5 Years – United States, June 2022

Recommendations for the Use of the Modern COVID-19 Vaccine in Children Aged 6 Months – 5 Years and the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine in Children Aged 6 Months – 4 Years Data reviewed with the EtR Framework supported the use of COVID-19 vaccine in children aged 6 months – 5 years. COVID-19 is a major public … Read more

Emerging Markets Are Scrambling For Solutions To Curb Plastic Waste

More than two years after the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, many emerging markets are still dealing with high levels of plastic waste. Amid numerous environmental and health challenges, countries and companies alike are working on solutions to combat the issue. Accounting for around 12% of global solid waste before the pandemic, according to the … Read more

Miss Manners: I tried to separate these party guests, and I got attacked

DEAR MISS MANNERS: I hosted a small outdoor brunch for a group of ladies I often socialize with. I invited all of the usual group, including a woman I will call Nellie, who dislikes another woman in the group, whom I will call Tessie. I let Nellie know that Tessie would be arriving for the … Read more

Most say nation on wrong track, including Dems: AP-NORC poll

WASHINGTON (AP) – An overwhelming and growing majority of Americans say the US is heading in the wrong direction, including nearly 8 in 10 Democrats, according to a new poll that finds deep pessimism about the economy plaguing President Joe Biden. Eighty-five percent of US adults say the country is on the wrong track, and … Read more

FDA advisers recommend updating COVID booster shots for fall

At least some US adults may get updated COVID-19 shots this fall, as government advisers voted Tuesday that it’s time to tweak booster doses to better match the most recent virus variants. Advisers to the Food and Drug Administration wrestled with how to modify doses now when there’s no way to know how the rapidly … Read more

Antibodies From Llama Blood Can Protect Against COVID, Future and Other Coronaviruses

Aside from the vaccine, one of the biggest reasons we’ve seen a drop in COVID deaths since the start of the pandemic is because of the development of effective treatments. Doctors and nurses are better equipped to help patients who come in with a serious case of the virus, shortening hospital stays and alleviating pressure … Read more