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FDA advisers to debate safety of recommending Pfizer booster shots
Scientific advisers to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will debate the safety and efficacy of recommending a booster shot for fully vaccinated Americans who received the Pfizer vaccine.
Small businesses need to step up efforts to secure and retain hybrid workers
Only 31% are shipping laptops to employees and nearly half have spent their own money on a remote workspace, a survey from GetApp finds.
Global coral cover has fallen by half since 1950s, analysis finds
The world's coral reef cover has halved since the 1950s, ravaged by global heating, overfishing, pollution and habitat destruction, according to an analysis of thousands of reef surveys.
Massachusetts Real Estate Brokers and Agents 2nd Highest Paid in the Country Boston Condos For Sale Ford Realty
Real estate professionals are making more money, according to a recent study by the National Association of Realtors.
FDA committee to meet Friday to decide on COVID boosters
Friday's meeting is the first public step toward deciding which Americans may get a booster dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine and when.
You Don't Actually Need to Take 10,00 Steps A Day, Study Says
A recent peer-reviewed study published in studied 2,110 people between the ages of 38 and 50 for about 11 years found that of those who JAMA Network that walked 7,000 steps a day or more, had a nearly 50 to 70 percent lowered risk of premature death from all causes than those who walked less than 7,000 steps a day.
4 ways scientists say the climate crisis is causing animals to 'shapeshift'
The climate crisis is taking an enormous toll not only on our species but also on our animal friends.
FDA strikes cautious, neutral tone ahead of Friday vaccine booster meeting
The U.S. already offers an extra dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines to people with severely weakened immune systems.
Study: San Jose's average salary 2nd-highest in the U.S. - Silicon Valley Business Journal
The average salary in San Jose ranks among the highest in the U.S., according to CareerBuilder, with the catch that the cost of living is just as eye-popping.