• Here's How To Get Free Uber & Lyft Rides For COVID-19 Vaccines For Easy Transport

    1 month ago - By Elite Daily

    On Tuesday, May 11, the White House announced it was teaming up with ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft to ensure that transportation is never a barrier to getting the COVID-19 vaccine. In an effort to encourage more people to get vaccinated, Lyft and Uber will now be comping rides from about 80,000 designated vaccination sites until July 4 - and it's so easy to take advantage of. Here's how to get free Uber and Lyft rides for COVID-19 vaccines within each app. As part of President Joe Biden's goal to have 70% of the U.S. adult population get their first COVID-19 vaccine shot by...
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  • Paulina Porizkova Says She Had a Mammogram Scare After First COVID Vaccine

    Paulina Porizkova Says She Had a Mammogram Scare After First COVID Vaccine

    1 month ago - By NewBeauty

    COVID-19 vaccines are an essential piece of our hopeful return to normalcy, but the shots often present with some short-term, albeit frightening, side effects. According to the CDC, common side effects are tiredness, fever, muscle pain and nausea, but swollen lymph nodes have also been reported, and supermodel Paulina Porizkova is among the bunch.
    NewBeauty recently reported on this vaccine-induced swelling, noting swollen lymph nodes in the underarm area can mirror symptoms of breast cancer, and while this reaction is normal-La Jolla, CA plastic surgeon, Robert Singer, MD notes swollen...
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  • Sanofi & GSK Covid-19 vaccine posts strong clinical data, paves way for Phase 3

    Sanofi & GSK Covid-19 vaccine posts strong clinical data, paves way for Phase 3

    1 month ago - By MedCity News

    Sanofi and GlaxoSmithKline reported positive preliminary Phase 2 data for their Covid-19 vaccine. Though several vaccines have been authorized, the companies say that their vaccine's foundation in existing influenza vaccines offers advantages, and potentially gives their candidate a place in the market as a booster shot.
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