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COVID vaccines are more protective than natural immunity, study finds

Unvaccinated individuals that had previously been infected were more likely to test positive.

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Study finds 'no serious health effects' linked to mRNA vaccines

The study monitored 6.2 million recipients of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine.

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Mayo study: Lab-made antibodies may prevent some COVID hospitalizations

The findings only apply to "high-risk" patients with a mild or moderate case of COVID.

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MN saw decline in routine child vaccinations amid pandemic

The CDC study looked at Minnesota and nine other states.

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Mayo Clinic study details 'severe negative impacts' of long COVID

Most participants were under 65 and had no preexisting conditions.

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Study sheds more light on lingering symptoms of COVID-19

Two-thirds of the 150 patients involved in the study still had symptoms 1-2 months after disease onset.

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Mayo Clinic saw increase in victims reporting sexual harassment when #MeToo started

From September 2017-September 2019, 153 sexual harassment allegations were filed, and 88 were substantiated.

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CDC: Study suggests COVID-19 can be harder on pregnant women

The study doesn't come without faults, though there is enough info to suggest symptoms can be worse for pregnant women.

Study: Minnesota is top 10 fun, but Wisconsin owns nightlife

Wisconsin is the place to go for nightlife, apparently.

Survey: The average American starts swearing at 10:54 a.m.

This could go down as the dumbest survey of all time.

Study: A key to living to 90+ is more booze and being overweight

Uh... maybe you should check with your doctor about this.