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Johnson & Johnson Says A Booster Shot For Its Vaccine May Have Big Benefits
08/25/2021 11:57 AM
The company said that when study participants were given a second jab after six months, their antibody levels were nine times higher than they were 28 days after a first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Biden To Receive A Classified Report On The Origins Of COVID-19
08/24/2021 9:05 AM
It has been 90 days since President Biden ordered a review into the origins of COVID-19. Many scientists believe it likely came from nature, others say it may have leaked from a lab in China.
The Floods In Tennessee Aren't Freak Accidents. They're A New Reality
08/23/2021 5:04 PM
At least 21 people died in floods in Tennessee over the weekend. Such dangerous flash flooding is a hallmark of climate change.
New Evidence Points To Antibodies As A Reliable Indicator Of Vaccine Protection
08/23/2021 9:00 AM
After vaccination, antibody levels can help predict how much protection a COVID shot offers, scientists are learning. The finding could speed up the development of future vaccines.
How Rape Affects Memory And The Brain, And Why More Police Need To Know About This
08/22/2021 11:00 AM
How a sexual assault survivor is questioned by police can greatly influence the ability to access memories of that traumatic incident. Better interview techniques might help solve more cases.
Many ERs Fail People Who Struggle With Addiction. These New Approaches Might Help
08/21/2021 11:00 AM
Starting treatment for addiction in the emergency room greatly improves the chances recovery will last, experts say. Cutting red tape, hiring advocates and Uber vouchers can all make a difference.
A Texas Lab Performs Crucial Testing For Pfizer's COVID Vaccine
08/20/2021 9:07 AM
The lab has access to a high-security facility that Pfizer needed to prove its COVID-19 vaccine was working. Now the scientists there are testing the vaccine's effectiveness against viral variants.
Bats Love To Babble ? Just Like Humans
08/19/2021 8:47 PM
New research finds that sac-winged bat pups ? a species of bat found in Central and South America ? like to "babble" in ways that are remarkably similar to human babies.
Researchers Studying Daddy Longlegs' Genes Created A 'Daddy Shortlegs'
08/18/2021 6:58 PM
The arachnids, also known as harvestmen, can use their legs like a curling marsupial tail ? or as a sensor, or for courtship. They can also simply detach one, in case of emergency.
Outdoor Workers Could Face Far More Dangerous Heat By 2065 Because Of Climate Change
08/17/2021 9:12 PM
A new report warns that outdoor workers are at risk of lost wages and dire health consequences if greenhouse gas pollution continues. People of color are especially vulnerable to harm.
Even Moderate COVID Restrictions Can Slow The Spread Of The Virus ? If They're Timely
08/17/2021 9:00 AM
Mask mandates and other interventions can help stop a surge, even where vaccination rates are low, say scientists who combed through states' data. When they start and how long they last matters.
Florida Gov. DeSantis Expands Monoclonal Antibody Treatments Amid COVID-19 Spike
08/13/2021 5:14 PM
Monoclonal antibodies can be used to treat people with mild to moderate COVID-19, but the treatment doesn't work for those who've already developed more severe symptoms or are hospitalized.
Got Plans For Sept. 24, 2182? This Big Asteroid Might, Too
08/11/2021 8:15 PM
A NASA mission to a potentially dangerous asteroid has let researchers map out its future trajectory like never before.
Vaccinating During Pregnancy Has Become Even More Urgent As ICU Beds Fill Up
08/11/2021 4:02 PM
Only 23% of those pregnant in the U.S. have had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, statistics show. And with the delta variant surging, those who are unvaccinated are especially vulnerable.
The CDC Said The Delta Variant Is As Contagious As Chickenpox. That's Not Accurate
08/11/2021 9:28 AM
A leaked document compared it to the highly contagious children's disease. Data does not support this claim. Nonetheless, the delta variant is likely the world's most contagious respiratory disease.





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