Whether due to lost insurance or fear of visiting the doctor, fewer parents got their kids their normal vaccinations.
It's only been in the last few hundred years that we've starting destroying land.
If you've heard about turtles dying in cold snaps, you've heard about this phenomenon.
Happy screams were easier to pick out than those of fear or pain.
A new study suggests the coronavirus itself causes blood clots more than we realized.
Some countries have already restricted the shot's use, but European regulators say it's worth using the vaccine mid-pandemic.
Climate change is driving the increase in Arctic lightning, creating a nightmarish positive feedback loop.
New research shows the compounds created during a blaze stick around, and could be hazardous to humans.
According to AstraZeneca, the vaccine is 76 percent effective at preventing symptomatic disease.
Though BIPOC are often highlighted, they’re not the group with the highest rates of vaccine hesitancy.
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