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When will Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine be ready to ship?

Pfizer will apply for FDA approval after announcing vaccine’s 95% percent effectiveness Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel with Pfizer vaccine analysis and his take on when emergency authorization will likely take place. Pfizer and BioNTech announced on Friday that they were submitting an emergency use authorization request to the FDA for its coronavirus

The Best Gifts Pregnant People Will Actually Use

Nobody ever said being pregnant was easy. After all, you’re growing an entire human body — within your human body. You’re likely tired, maybe it’s hard to move around, and depending on how far along you are, even getting dressed can be uncomfortable at best. All kinds of weird parts of you swell during pregnancy.

20 Modern Casserole Recipes Your Kids Will Devour

Casseroles — or as some of you may call them, hot dishes — are the heartbeat of the American weeknight meal, the powerhouse of the holiday potluck. If you’re like us, the very word conjures visions of grandma pulling out her red-and-white-checked cookbook and dumping meats, veggies, cheese and the ubiquitous can of soup into

The Newest Girl Scout Cookie Flavor Will Blow Your Mind

You’d think that after the holidays we’d be totally done with sweets, ready to jump on the superfood, fruits and veggies, drinking lots of water bandwagon. But you’d be wrong, because the holidays have passed and the only thing our taste buds are dreaming about is the new Girl Scout Cookies flavor, Lemon-Ups. Lemon-Ups are a crispy

This Website Will Help You Crush Dry January

Giving up booze during “Dry January” is gaining popularity as people re-examine their relationships with alcohol. But finding replacements to take the place of your favorite cocktails or weekly happy hour with friends can be challenging. That’s why two guys created The Zero Proof, a resource for the sober curious community. On the website you’ll

New app will open eyes to vision issues in babies

An app that helps student midwives detect rare eye conditions in newborns has been developed by a lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU). All babies are screened for congenital abnormalities, including eye issues, within 72 hours of birth under the Newborn Infant and Physical Examination program (NIPE). However because eye conditions at birth are rare,

18 Gifts Will Make Your Surly Teen Smile

Teens: Too old for toys, too young to be delighted by a really nice set of towels. So what do you get the almost-adult in your life? If you’ve asked them and simply received a shrug (or been told “Cash is always nice”), you’re not alone. And, yes, cash is nice, but sometimes it’s also

How much will we eat in the future?

The amount of food needed to feed the world’s population in the future is of vital importance. To date, scientists have only considered this question from the perspective of how much food people can afford to buy, how much food is healthy or what can be sustainably produced. However, researchers at the University of Göttingen