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Half of American Adults Have Received at Least One COVID-19 Vaccine Shot

CDC added that almost 84 million adults, or nearly a third, are fully vaccinated

Risk for Subsequent SARS-CoV-2 Infection Lower With Seropositivity

Among healthy, young adults, risk for subsequent infection among seropositive participants about one-fifth of that for seronegative participants

Prevalence of Migraine, Severe Headache Up for Adults With IBD

Correlation of migraine or severe headache with IBD remains significant overall after adjustment for all covariates

Bruising Clinical Decision Rule Differentiates Abuse From Nonabuse

BCDR had high sensitivity, specificity based on body region bruised, bruising anywhere on infant 4.99 months or younger, bruising pattern

AAN: Stroke Occurs in 2.2 Percent of Patients Admitted to ICU With COVID-19

Cumulative hazard of death increased in association with hemorrhagic stroke, but not with ischemic stroke

Europe Surpasses 1 Million COVID-19 Deaths

WHO wants to emphasize the need for Europe to maintain social distancing and speed up vaccinations

Senators Urge Biden to Waive Rules That Restrict COVID-19 Vaccine Production

Waiver could open the door for generic or other manufacturers to make more vaccines

One-Fourth of HIV Patients Report Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence

Authors say screening and linkage to supportive services needed for HIV patients

Number of Preventive Med Doctors Unlikely to Match U.S. Needs

Number of self-identified preventive medicine physicians has decreased since 2000, with leveling off in past four years

Nearly Half of Older Adults Use Online Physician Ratings

Online ratings perceived to be very important nearly as often as word-of-mouth recommendations from family and friends