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Making History Fighting HPV: A Q&A with Kristin Sherman

Did you know that Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is so common that nearly all sexually active, unvaccinated men and women get the virus at some...

Sage Steele leaves ESPN after settling her lawsuit over COVID-19 vaccine comments

By PAT EATON-ROBB AP Sports Writer ESPN and host Sage Steele have settled a lawsuit she filed after being disciplined for comments she made about...

NFL couldn’t care less about Rodgers’ dishonesty

It’s not uncommon for big businesses to protect their cash cows, especially when it benefits the proverbial financial bottom line, and no one is...

Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause causes additional anxiety

On normal days, the gym at this Indianapolis school would be filled with students in physical education classes. But on April 10 it was...

One of Indy’s oldest residents gets vaccinated

Bernice Bohannon is living through her second pandemic. She received her first dose of the Pfizer vaccine March 16, just two days after her...

Health officials address COVID-19 vaccine concerns

Centuries of medical mistreatment and trauma have left many African Americans and other minority populations hesitant to get vaccinations. This poses a significant issue...

Hundreds of flu vaccine doses thrown out

Expired drugs discarded, highlighting technical challenges of distribution and inoculation plans Hundreds of doses of highly sought H1N1 flu vaccine have been thrown out...

1st responders next in line for H1N1 vaccine

Alberta Health Services says first responders could be getting the H1N1 vaccine as early as Monday. Alberta Health Services says first responders could be...

HIV vaccine trial ‘landmark moment’

Early results from the first experimental vaccine to prevent HIV infections have been validated, Thai and U.S. researchers reported on Tuesday. Early results from...

Indianapolis medical workers get swine flu vaccine

About 100 doctors, nurses, paramedics and other health care workers received swine flu vaccinations Monday as Indiana took its first steps toward immunizing the...
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