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Nature Photography Day 2021: Five Tips To Take Spectacular Shots of Nature In Celebration Of This Day

Each year on June 15th, The North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) along with millions of photographers and photography enthusiasts celebrate Nature Photography Day. While photographers at large observe this day, this day is also special for folks who’ve carved out their niche in the nature photography realm. This particular type of photography has amassed… Read More »

New Measures Aim to Boost Vaccine Rates for Flu and Children’s Shots

The Trump administration has announced measures intended to boost childhood vaccination rates that have sagged during the coronavirus pandemic, putting hundreds of thousands at risk of contracting serious and life-threatening diseases. The Department of Health and Human Services is giving permission to pharmacists nationwide to administer all scheduled shots to children as young as 3,… Read More »

What’s Really In Joe Biden’s Health Plan For America : Shots – Health News – NPR

Enlarge this image Opponents running to Joe Biden’s left say his health plan for America merely “tinkers around the edges” of the Affordable Care Act. But a close read reveals some initiatives in Biden’s plan that are so expansive they might have trouble passing even a Congress held by Democrats. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption… Read More »

WHO, Pharma, Gates and Government: Who’s Calling the Shots?

By Barbara Loe Fisher The World Health Organization (WHO) issued a report on January 16, 2019 ranking “vaccine hesitancy” as one of the top “10 Threats to Global Health in 2019,” alongside air pollution and climate change, noncommunicable diseases, global influenza pandemic, antimicrobial resistance and infectious diseases such as ebola, dengue fever and HIV.1 Throughout… Read More »