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This FDA is likely to authorize the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID vaccine for 12-15 year olds by early next week. With this announcement, many parents are wondering when, and even if, to get the COVID vaccine for their kids. The short answer: kids should get the vaccine as soon as one is available to them. Delaying COVID … Continue reading Ask SciMoms: When should I get the COVID vaccine for my kids?
One of the most powerful ways we can address climate change is also an incredibly simple one. If we can all just waste a little less food, we can help make our food system more sustainable and resilient for the future. We need all the resilience we can get. By the year 2050, the earth’s … Continue reading Food waste is a problem. Fix it and make our food system stronger.
Guest writers Radhika Dhingra, PhD and Meghan E. Rebuli, PhD explore the topic of EVALI (e-cigarette or vaping associated lung injury).
The CDC recently released guidelines about what is safe after COVID vaccination. With a growing proportion of fully vaccinated older Americans, the most burning question the SciMoms and many of our readers have is: when can our kids hug their grandparents after COVID vaccinations? The new guidelines do not specifically mention kids, but most kids … Continue reading Ask SciMoms: When can my kids hug their grandparents after COVID vaccination?