When will you call me for my Jab booster?

NHS England is stepping up its COVID-19 Booster Jab Program, sending two million more invites this week. A senior health chief has urged people to receive their Covid-19 booster dose as soon as they are eligible. NHS Medical Director Professor Stephen Powis said infection rates are on the rise, while the government again ruled out … Read more

Video games may play a role in shaping public health, the researchers said

Video games have had a bad rap for years, at least in terms of their impact on public health. Some critics point to their addictive nature and violent nature of certain games. Others draw links to an increased risk of excess weight and their role in sedentary lifestyles. In recent years, however, video game developers … Read more

Philly won’t extend deadline for health care workers, college students to get COVID-19 shots

Philadelphia health officials will not extend the deadline for health care workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19. All hospital workers and long-term care facility employees must have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine or show a medical or religious exemption on Friday, acting Commissioner Cheryl Bettigole said. . The mandate also applies to … Read more

This Fake Vaccine Consent Form Is Making The Rounds In Schools

The false letter states that there is a “one in 29,389 chance of dying from the vaccine”, which compares it to the very low risk of children dying from the virus. The figure seems to have been taken from the Yellow Card scheme of Medicines and Healthcare Products, for people to report any suspected side … Read more

To diversify Philly’s nursing industry, Temple University and the IBX Foundation are offering scholarships-and jobs-to students of color

A new grant program aims to help diversify Philadelphia’s nursing workforce by providing full-time college and later employment opportunities to students of color. The Independence Blue Cross Foundation provides funding of a full four-year scholarship, which covers tuition and education costs, for five students who graduated with a degree in nursing at Temple University. When … Read more

Future mom urges other pregnant women to get vaccinated after coma

He said the “disproportionate” number of unvaccinated pregnant women in intensive care shows that there is a “significant risk of severe illness from Covid-19 during pregnancy.” She said: “We urgently call for all pregnant women to come forward for their vaccinations. “There is strong evidence showing that the vaccine is the most effective way to … Read more

Who Is Eligible For A Flu Jab This Year? (And How to Get One)

The winter season is fast approaching, meaning we could have a seasonal outbreak the flu to argue with Health Officials are worried because this will be Covid’s first winter and the flu will be fully circulating at the same time without lockdown restrictions. Research has found that people infected with both viruses are twice as … Read more

Forbes Names Cooper University Health Care One of ‘America’s Best Employers’

Cooper University Health Care has been named one of America’s Best Employers by Forbes. the Health System It was one of only 30 New Jersey companies to be listed on the World Trade Publications list. In 2019, copper was the first health system in New Jersey to implement a $ 15 minimum wage, which served … Read more

San Joaquin Co. ICUs exceed capacity due to spike in cases – CBS San Francisco

SAN JOAQUÍN COUNTY (BCN) – San Joaquin County public health officials on Tuesday reported an increase in COVID-19 cases across the county, leaving intensive care units above capacity. At a Board of Supervisors meeting, county public health officer Maggie Park said there are more than 350 people testing positive for COVID-19 in one day lately … Read more

Coronavirus Injections: FDA Fully Approves Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved its first COVID-19 vaccine, a move public health officials hope will spur vaccination among doubters. It can also push more employers to adopt vaccine mandates. The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, which will be marketed as Comirnaty, has been approved for people 16 years of age and older. It … Read more

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