Berlin: New Corona Rules Take Effect
Berlin, November 27th, 2021 (The Berlin Spectator) - In Berlin, tightened Corona rules were put in place earlier this week. Starting today, they take effect.
US officials say Merck Covid pill effective but questions remain over pregnancy
US federal health regulators say an experimental Covid-19 pill from Merck is effective but will seek input from outside experts on risks of birth defects and other problems during pregnancy.
Black Friday Constitutional: Solo Crash Briefly Closes Northbound 101 In SF
The days of having to line up at midnight for Black Friday sales in the Bay Area may thankfully be over.
Merck COVID-19 pill effective, the FDA says
The Food and Drug Administration posted its review Friday ahead of a public meeting next week where outside experts will debate the drug's benefits and risks.
France lashes out at Britain's latest proposal on migrants
CALAIS, France - France reacted with fury Friday to Britain's latest proposals for dealing with the deadly flow of migrants between their shores.
Pregnant women urged to get Covid jab as data from England shows it is safe
Health leaders are urging thousands of unvaccinated pregnant women to get vaccinated after the first official data from England found Covid jabs are safe and effective.
France says pregnant women among 27 dead in English Channel
Children and pregnant women were among at least 27 migrants who died when their small boat sank in an attempted crossing of the English Channel a French government official said Thursday.
This week in France: What you need to know
President Emmanuel Macron visits his hometown of Amiens where he will announce an extension to the Bibliothèque nationale de France programme.
The flu vaccine programme opens up to everyone.
Pregnant women at risk in Malawi as drug shortage prevents caesareans
Almost half of Malawi's district hospitals have closed their operating theatres due to a dire shortage of anaesthetics.
Maternity care has been affected by a lack of drugs, said doctors.
Cannabis Use in Pregnancy May Lead to a More Anxious, Aggressive Child
A new study adds to a growing body of evidence that indicates prenatal marijuana use can impact children's development and behavior.