Federal and Kaiser Permanente researchers combing the health records of 6.2 million patients found no serious health effects that could be linked to the 2 mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.
Survey finds low prevalence of COVID-19 overall but higher risk among some groups.
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No serious health effects linked to mRNA COVID-19 vaccines
Teen suicidal thoughts and behaviors during pandemic vary by gender, diagnosis
HIV prevention treatment shows gaps among key populations
Head and neck cancer patients benefit from patient-reported outcome surveys
Predictive model paired with case management reduced rate of readmitted hospital patients
USPSTF Lowers Diabetes Screening Age for Patients With Obesity
Ethnically Diverse Study Finds COVID-19 Increases Risk of Venous Thromboembolism
AI helps Northern California health providers to improve care, lower costs
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US Study Finds No Association With 'COVID Toes' and COVID-19