Tag: Get

EXPLAINER: How do I know when to get my 2nd vaccine shot?

As U.S. health officials try to get COVID-19 vaccines to people more quickly, it’s already time for some people to get their second shots. So who’s keeping track to make sure you get the correct second dose, and on time? And who can see that information? It’s one of the many logistical issues health officials

How and When You’ll Actually Get the COVID Vaccine

Two pharmaceutical companies say they’re ready to begin vaccinating people before the end of December, if their vaccines are authorized by the Food and Drug Administration. What does that mean? The two companies have applied to the FDA for emergency use authorization of their Covid-19 vaccines immediately. The FDA will meet on December 10 to

71 percent in U.S. report that they would get COVID-19 vaccine

Seventy-one percent of the U.S. public report that they would definitely or probably get a COVID-19 vaccine, marking an increase from 63 percent in September, according to the ongoing research project, the KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor. The KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor used a combination of surveys and focus groups to track the U.S. public’s attitudes

How To Get Through The Holidays While In Recovery

‘Tis the season for struggles, even if you’ve got a seemingly picture-perfect life; what if you’re just not holly or jolly this year? If you’re newly sober, though, the holidays can be even more trying — and often trigger relapses, pointed out Dr. Meghan Marcum, chief psychologist at A Better Life Recovery. “The holidays are

New online COVID-19 mortality risk calculator could help determine who should get vaccines first

A new online calculator for estimating individual and community-level risk of dying from COVID-19 has been developed by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The researchers who developed the calculator expect it to be useful to public health authorities for assessing mortality risks in different communities, and for prioritizing certain groups

Don’t Get Conned by ‘Plant-Based Butter’

As if the supermarket weren’t already confusing enough, there’s now something strange afoot in the butter section. Specifically, plant-based butter. Last year Country Crock announced the release of Country Crock Plant-Butter, joining a slew of other products such as Miyoko’s Cultured Vegan Butter, Melt Vegan Butter, and I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter! It’s Vegan

Too Many Kids Still Get Antipsychotics They Don’t Need

SUNDAY, Nov. 15, 2020 — Prescriptions of antipsychotic medications for young children are declining, a new study finds. However, doctors are continuing to prescribe the drugs “off-label” for kids with conditions like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, depression and conduct disorders, the research found. The medications don’t have the safety and effectiveness data needed,

Here’s how to get good feng shui in your house

Feng shui is something we all need in our life. As Feng Shui expert and Nectar Life Hacks Host Priya Sher told Good Homes Magazine, “Its principles maintain that we live in harmony with our environment. Its aim is to achieve balance in your living and working space and maximize your potential for success in all

Pho Soup Is Actually Pretty Damn Healthy So Get Yourself A Bowl

Sometimes, nothing quite hits the spot like a steamy bowl of noodles—and ramen is no longer the only trendy option. These days, everyone seems to be slurping down pho (pronounced “fuh”) instead. Just how nutritious the recently-buzzy dish is (and how many calories pho contains), though, is still a little unclear. “Pho originated hundreds of