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FDA Expands Pfizer Vaccine Authorization to Kids Ages 12 to 15

Two-dose mRNA shot gets OK for adolescents, vaccinations could start soon

   

     

 

Then and Now: How America Fought Polio, Fights COVID-19

Photos reveal parallels in efforts to eradicate life-threatening viruses through vaccines 65 years apart

Older Adults Give Their Mental Health High Marks, Polls Find

Many have avoided serious anxiety and depression during the pandemic

Mild Hearing Loss? Hearing Aids Aren't the Only Answers

'Hearables,' specialized headphones and other tech tools can provide sound solutions at a lower cost

Rapid COVID-19 Home Tests Go on Sale at Major Retailers

CVS, Walmart, Walgreens now stock no-prescription kits offering results in 15 minutes

Missing Out on Sleep in Midlife May Increase Dementia Risk

A good night's rest could reduce your risk for cognitive complications down the road

Vitamin D and COVID-19: What Doctors Know So Far

Research continues into whether supplements can prevent or treat coronavirus infections

State-by-State Guide to Face Mask Requirements

25 states plus D.C. and Puerto Rico mandate face coverings in public

Coronavirus Variants: What We Know So Far

New strains are more contagious, but there’s no evidence of more severe COVID-19 illness

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AARP Answers: ACA Insurance and the Coronavirus

The latest on special open enrollment periods, life-changing events and more

What You Need to Know About Medicare

The federal insurance program helps older Americans afford health care


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