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CDC Advisers Deliberate Over The Need For A Pfizer COVID Vaccine Booster

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A Pfizer Booster Is Authorized For People 65+ Or At High-Risk For COVID

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COVID-19 Vaccine Is Safe And Effective For Kids Ages 5-11, Pfizer Says

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As COVID-19 Cases Rise, Biden's Original Booster Strategy Has Slowed

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The FDA Will Take More Time To Determine If Benefits Of Juul Products Outweigh Harm

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The FDA Considers The Benefit Of Vaping For Adults, Over The Risk Of Teen Addiction

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Twenty years after 9/11, the first responders who rushed in to save lives at the World Trade Center suffer higher rates of cancer than the general public. And many have died of cancers linked to the exposure to toxins in the air. But research suggests they're surviving at higher rates too. Gary Hershorn/Getty Images hide caption

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9/11 First Responders Face A High Cancer Risk But Are Also More Likely To Survive

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The FDA Is Looking At The Benefits Of Booster Shots And Vaccinating Kids Under Age 12

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COVID Vaccinations Are On The Rise Again, Says White House

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COVID-19 Deaths And Hospitalizations Continue To Rise In The U.S.

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Accelerated By The Delta Variant, New COVID-19 Cases Are Rising

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The U.S. Will Offer COVID-19 Booster Shots Beginning In September

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Some Americans Could Be Getting Booster Shots In September

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Only kids 12 and older are eligible — so far — to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in the U.S. But the shots could be available for younger children as soon as this fall, say researchers studying the vaccine in that age group. Chris O'Meara/AP hide caption

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Sun Belt Hospitals Struggle To Keep Up With The Surge Of COVID-19 Patients

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