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Pfizer, CDC experts don’t see eye to eye on COVID-19 boosters, threatening key revenue stream: analysts

When will someone need a COVID-19 booster? Not only is it a pertinent question among the vaccinated, but also among analysts eager to track pandemic vaccine sales for years to come.  In Pfizer’s eyes, it could be that those inoculated with the drugmaker’s BioNTech-partnered shot will need a dose as early as this fall. However,… Read More »

‘Drugs don’t work when you’re trying to ease many kinds of chronic pain’

Chronic pain – defined as pain that lasts for more than three months – is debilitating, ­common, and often proves very difficult to treat. Doctors split pain into two camps. Secondary pain is linked to an underlying condition so it is often clear what can be done to help. But primary pain is where there’s… Read More »

Don’t call me “doctor”

“Hi, my name is Kristin Yates, and I am the OB/GYN doctor.” This is how I greet most patients for the first time. It has never really felt natural to introduce myself as “Dr. Yates,” even now that I have been an attending physician for more than five years. To be fair, for the first… Read More »

Don’t carry out a coronavirus rapid test outside during winter

The cold can affect the results of a COVID-19 antigen test. For this reason, the medical technology firm nal von minden from Moers, Germany, emphasises that the rapid tests should not be used outside in winter in temperatures under 15 degrees Celsius. Correct usage of the NADAL® COVID-19 antigen test is extremely important in order… Read More »