U.S. health officials want to make COVID-19 vaccinations more like the annual flu shot. The Food and Drug Administration on Monday proposed a simplified approach so that most adults and children would get a once-a-year shot. Americans would no longer have to keep track of how many shots they’ve received or when. The proposal comes as boosters have become a hard sell. The FDA is asking a panel of outside vaccine experts to weigh in on the new approach at a meeting Thursday. The agency will present data suggesting most Americans have enough protection to move to a once-a-year shots.
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Norton Healthcare is preparing to start giving children the newest COVID-19 booster shot.
Customers who purchased any of the affected products are advised to return them to the store they were purchased.
Pfizer announced Saturday that tweaking its COVID-19 vaccine to better target the omicron variant is safe and works — just days before regulators debate whether to offer Americans updated booster shots this fall.
Roughly 18 million kids will be eligible, but it remains to be seen how many will ultimately get the vaccines.
The recalled peanut butter was distributed nationwide in retail stores and other outlets.
The Indiana Formula Shortage Help Group began about a week ago. Since then, it's grown from 100 members to 700.
Suspected scams can be reported to the attorney general's office.
Americans 50 and older can get a second COVID-19 booster if it’s been at least four months since their last vaccination, a chance at extra protection for the most vulnerable in case the coronavirus rebounds.