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NextHealth PHL

NextUp: The Company Developing Next-Generation COVID-19 Vaccines

“NextUp” is a weekly NextHealth PHL feature that highlights the local leaders, organizations and research shaping the Greater Philadelphia region’s life sciences ecosystem. Email [email protected] with pitches […]

Be Well Philly

We Mapped All the Places You Can Get a Flu Shot in Philadelphia

Fall season is officially here, which conjures autumnal “f” words — flannel, firepits, football, and that dreadful one, flu. The CDC advises that everyone six […]

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NextHealth PHL

COVID Vaccine Skepticism Is on the Rise. Here’s What Experts Say Could Change That.

There are currently over 169 COVID-19 vaccine candidates under development, with 26 of these in the human trial phase, according to the World Health Organization. […]

NextHealth PHL

Coronavirus Has Mutated Into a New, Potentially More Infectious Strain

While the world continues to grapple with curves and waves of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s important to note that the virus itself is not new, […]

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NextHealth PHL

Inovio Embroiled in Lawsuits Around Its Potential COVID-19 Vaccine

Plymouth Meeting-based Inovio Pharmaceuticals has emerged as one of the leading companies working on a vaccine for COVID-19. We’ve covered the company’s vaccine development journey, […]

NextHealth PHL

Government Can’t Force You to Get Vaccinated for Coronavirus But Here’s Why You Should

Vaccines have always been a divisive topic, primarily for parents who fear vaccines could have a negative effect on their children. No one has borne […]

NextHealth PHL

The Coronavirus Vaccine Could Be Developed in Philly

There is some good news in the fight against the novel coronavirus. More than 100,000 people in the United States who were infected with the […]

NextHealth PHL

Another Philly Company Joins the Race to Develop a Coronavirus Vaccine

As the coronavirus responsible for COVID-19 continues to spread around the country and globe, scientists are thinking more about long-term implications. Researchers have yet to […]

NextHealth PHL

Here’s How Long Until a COVID-19 Vaccine Is Ready

The COVID-19 outbreak that began nearly three months ago in Wuhan, China has since affected more than 150,000 people across 131 countries, including the United […]

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City Life

Students Petition to Close Temple as Mumps Cases Exceed 70

Earlier this month, we wrote that the mumps outbreak at Temple University had spread to 15 cases. Now, just 10 days later, that number has soared to a […]

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City Life

Measles, Mumps, Flu: Is This Philly’s Sickest Season in Recent Memory?

People getting sick — it’s unavoidable this time of year, part of the miserable chorus of winter’s song. Some illnesses, your run-of-the-mill colds and sinus […]

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City Life

Pa. Announces Tougher School Vaccination Rules

Is your kid vaccinated? If not, you’ll want to get those shots ASAP. New Pa. health rules require children to be fully vaccinated when they […]

City Life

Whooping Cough at Four Abington Schools Has Parents On Edge

When Abington business owner Lisa Schaffer heard just before Christmas that a student at Abington High School had been diagnosed with whooping cough, she thought […]

City Life

Autism and Vaccines, Earthquakes and Malaysian Mountain Spirits

It isn’t often that I laugh out loud while reading the staid New York Times, but I did last Thursday as I perused a story […]

City Life

Bad News for Pa. Anti-Vaxxers: Bill Would Eliminate “Philosophical” Exemptions

Pennsylvania legislators are considering a bill to toughen the state’s immunization requirements by removing one of the pathways to opting out. There are three such […]