FDA Fights Back Against Alzheimer’s, Finally

Alzheimer’s Disease Inflicts A Truly Terrible Toll On People. Today, Roughly 6 Million Americans And Their Families Are Coping With The Confusion And Memory Loss Brought On By This Irreversible Illness. The Number Of Sufferers In The U.S. Is Expected To Swell To Around 14 Million By The Middle Of The Century. Fortunately, There Is Hope On The Horizon For Victims Of This Devastating Disease.

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Tennessee Workers Fight for Religious Exemptions to COVID Vaccines

Individuals Working In Tennessee Have The Right To Ask For A Religious Exemption To Taking A COVID-19 Vaccine, But That Does Not Guarantee That The Exemption Will Be Granted By Employers.

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Health Organizations Urge FDA to Remove COVID Vaccines from Market

As The Tennessee Health Department Continues To Offer The Pfizer Vaccine To Children Ages 12 And Up, Children’s Advocacy Groups Are Stepping Up To Contest That Decision.

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Amount Of Fentanyl Seized At Southern Border Could Kill Every Person In New York

Customs & Border Patrol Reported That In The First Quarter Of This Year, It Seized 2,098 Total Pounds Of Fentanyl At The Southwestern Border, A 233% Increase Compared To The Same Quarter Last Year.

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Feds Suspend Use Of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine After Reports Of Blood Clots

The Food And Drug Administration And The Centers For Disease Control And Prevention Issued A Warning Tuesday Advising Americans And Their Health Care Providers To “Pause” Using The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine After Reports Of Health Complications.

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Williamson Medical Center Punishes Staff for Refusing Unproven Covid-19 Vaccines

The Williamson Medical Center (WMC) In Franklin, Tennessee Has Created A New Policy Punishing Staff Members Refusing The Covid-19 Vaccine Which Has Yet To Be FDA Approved By Standard Channels.

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Biden Says There Will Be Enough COVID Vaccine Doses Available For Every American Adult By End Of May

Enough COVID-19 Doses Will Be Available By The End Of May That Every American Adult Who Wants One Can Receive It, President Joe Biden Said Tuesday, Though It Might Take More Time To Administer All Of The Doses.

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