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Kyle Austin, a traveling pharmacist, set up his mobile clinic in Virginia City on a recent Saturday, the latest stop on his circuit of Montana's vaccine deserts.
With nearly 60% of the eligible U.S. population fully vaccinated, most of the nation's blood supply is now coming from donors who have been inoculated.
Research shows that those who are immunosuppressed are at higher risk of becoming severely ill from COVID.
Vaccine apathy is common in much of rural America, where infection rates remained low until recently.
From Fresno, California, to Portland, Maine, universities, communities and businesses are monitoring human excrement for signs of COVID.
Pfizer has not yet delivered conclusive proof to back up that confidence.
From California to Massachusetts, veterans have been active in the push for medical marijuana legalization for decades.
A unique partnership between several Long Island school districts and the nearby Cohen Children's Medical Center, part of the Northwell Health system, provides prompt access to mental health services for students.
A KHN review of treasurer reports from 2015 through 2020 shows that pharmaceutical companies have given consistently to the national academies.
Only 23% of pregnant women had received at least one dose of vaccine against the coronavirus, according to CDC statistics.