I just heard about research suggesting an old vaccine might help fight off novel illnesses like Covid-19. Did I hear right?
My daughter is pregnant, and she’s asked me to get a whooping cough booster shot. If I received all the required boosters as a child, is it really necessary?
I’ve read that even though the monkeypox vaccine is typically given in a two-dose cycle, some cities are administering only a single dose at this time. Why? And is this an effective approach?
With highly contagious strains of the coronavirus having caused yet another surge, what is the outlook for second boosters for the general population?
Each week, OMRF Vice President of Research Dr. Rod McEver opens “Adam’s Journal” to answer a medical question from Adam Cohen, OMRF’s senior vice president & general counsel. Adam’s Journal The Food and Drug Administration recently approved another Covid-19 vaccine. What makes this shot different than the others, how effective is it, and should those […]
I spent the better part of last week at home with what I would describe as prototypical Covid symptoms, yet each time I tested, I came back negative. What gives?