Here's what you need to know this week.
A new study found dramatic variation in air pollution's health effects among neighborhoods in the Bay Area.
The vaccine maker has had multiple wins in its most recent clinical trials.
New research shows the compounds created during a blaze stick around, and could be hazardous to humans.
Millions of people lack access to clean water across the world, but this accessible technology could help.
In Brazil, crowdsourcing intel on sick animals helps health officials gird against yellow fever outbreaks.
Three vaccines have been authorized for use in the United States.
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According to AstraZeneca, the vaccine is 76 percent effective at preventing symptomatic disease.
Now is not the time to let our guards down.
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