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American Cancer Society Aims to Boost HPV Vaccination

Vaccinations have declined during the COVID-19 pandemic, but an American Cancer Society aims to boost HPV immunization for cancer prevention with a renewed campaign.

Virology Experts to Discuss 'COVID-19: Race for a Vaccine' in Live Webinar

An expert panel of world-renowned professionals will discuss the latest details on the rapid advances in vaccine development and what they mean to clinicians on the front line.

CVS Pharmacy Now Stocking Therapeutic Drink Juven for Wound Healing

Juven, a therapeutic wound healing drink from Abbott, has hit the shelves of CVS Pharmacy locations, according to a press release.

CDC Study: Underlying Health Conditions Can Increase Risk of Severe COVID-19

The CDC revised the list of conditions July 17, 2020 to include cancer as 1 of the risk factors for severe COVID-19.

CDC Update: Duration of Isolation, Precautions for Adults With COVID-19

The latest update from the CDC incorporates evidence that informs the duration of isolation and precautions recommended to prevent transmission of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) to others while limiting unnecessary prolonged isolation and unnecessary use of laboratory testing resources.

CVS Health Encouraging Individuals to Prioritize Primary Health Care Needs

Time for Care, a campaign reinforcing the importance of accessing primary health care, has been launched by CVS Health to remind Americans of the importance of prioritizing their health during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, according to the company.

New Study Finds Consumers Want Accessible, Affordable, Technology-Enabled Health Care

Consumers and providers were asked for their thoughts on the state of health care and how they are navigating this evolving landscape during the coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.

Better Screening Needed for Pediatric Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries

The investigators sought main measures of neurosensory examination based on the sequence of 10 established tests of vestibular-ocular, oculomotor, vestibulospinal and visual functioning.

Study Shows Cardiovascular Benefits to Exercise Even in Polluted Areas

More than 91% of the worldwide population lives in areas where air quality does not meet World Health Organization guidelines.

CDC Recommends Universal Mask Wearing to Slow COVID-19 Spread

Evidence of transmission prevention was shown in the largest health care system in Massachusetts after universal masking of all health care employees and patients was implemented.