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Should COVID vaccines be given annually?  Proposal divided US scientists

Should COVID vaccines be given annually? Proposal divided US scientists

A healthcare worker prepares a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.Credit: Hannah Beer/Bloomberg/Getty Scientists are divided over the FDA’s proposal to update COVID-19 vaccines once a year, similar to the agency’s approach to updating flu vaccines. At a meeting of the Food and Drug Administration’s Vaccine Advisory Committee on Jan. 26, some researchers argued that …

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Observations of the night sky over the past 12 years reveal that the change in visibility equates to a 9.6 percent increase in sky brightness per year.

The study warned that seeing stars at night decreased by 10% annually, thanks to light pollution

Stargazing may soon be a thing of the past: Star visibility in the night sky is declining by 10% annually thanks to light pollution, study warns Researchers evaluated 51,351 star observations seen between 2011 and 2022. The brightness of the night sky from artificial light has increased by 7 to 10% per year This is …

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Non-eligible FEHB OPM members could cost nearly $1 billion annually, GAO says |  Federal News Network

Non-eligible FEHB OPM members could cost nearly $1 billion annually, GAO says | Federal News Network

The Federal Employee Health Benefits Program (FEHB) may spend nearly $1 billion annually on ineligible members. The Office of Personnel Management, the agency that administers the health insurance program for federal employees and retirees, has no clear method for identifying and removing FEHB family members who are erroneously part of the program, according to the …

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