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The ‘Golden Girl of nursing’

Lana Lucas, 78, is on the front lines, working 13-hour shifts administering COVID-19 vaccines.

Allergists taking to tongue tablets

Under-the-tongue pills, which gained FDA approval five years ago, have seen widespread acceptance.

For school kids, vaccines are key

Protect your children and yourself—the diseases on the vaccine schedule are preventable.

Patient Story

‘They are a godsend’

A new on-demand nursing service in West Michigan sends an RN to your home within an hour.

A shot at college

The postsecondary world can produce curious intellectuals, but it’s also ground zero to some heinous germs. The solution? Vaccinate.

Time to catch up on reading, writing… and routine shots

Before kids head back to school, make sure they're up to date on their vaccines.

Allergies? Don’t assume it’s only pollen

Identifying your triggers is the first step toward relief.

‘V’ is for vaccine. And victory.

Recent poll shows more Americans give vaccines a thumbs up, but younger generations still resist the facts.

Parents request delay of kids’ vaccines

Doctors often yield to parent wishes, despite believing it puts children at risk.