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Nestlé USA is recalling thousands of pounds of DiGiorno Crispy Pan Crust pepperoni pizza over potential mislabeling and an undeclared soy allergen. It's asking consumers to throw the product out or return it to its place of purchase. U.S. Department Of Agriculture Food Safety And Inspection Service hide caption

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The COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson was a one-shot regime. But data shows that people who got the shot may have waning immunity, and some doctors say a second shot would be a good idea. Stephen Zenner/Getty Images hide caption

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Students at a training program, Cooperative Home Care Associates in New York, practice basic skills like a bed-bath on each other. Home health aides, provide basic, day-to-day support for elderly and disabled people, allowing them to age at home. Kavitha Cardoza hide caption

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There's A Shortage Of Home Health Aides For The Elderly, And It's Getting Worse

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An older child gets vaccinated in Michigan. Pfizer and BioNTech say they will submit a formal request for emergency use authorization of the vaccine in children as young as 5 in the coming weeks. Emily Elconin/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Bonus: We're Not Broken

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Michelle Chester, director of employee health services at Northwell Health, prepares the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at Long Island Jewish Valley Stream hospital. Hospitals and nursing homes across the country are preparing for worsening staff shortages as state deadlines arrive for employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Eduardo Munoz/AP hide caption

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A spokesperson for Arizona Republican Gov. Doug Ducey called the decision "the result of a rogue judge interfering with the authority and processes of another branch of government." Ross D. Franklin/AP hide caption

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Demonstrators gather outside the Massachusetts State House in Boston to protest Covid-19 vaccination and mask mandates. Joseph Prezioso/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The Massachusetts State Police headquarters in Framingham, Mass. The State Police Association of Massachusetts said troopers should have "reasonable alternatives" to being required to get vaccinated for COVID-19 such as wearing masks and being tested regularly. John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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A patch containing the active ingredient fentanyl is shown by a pharmacist. The painkiller fentanyl, which can be up to 100 times stronger than heroin, is a growing cause of overdose deaths in the U.S., according to the DEA. Carsten Rehder/dpa/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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The DEA Is Warning Of A Rise In Overdose Deaths From Fake Drugs Laced With Fentanyl

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Engineer Marian Croak (left) and ophthalmologist Patricia Bath are the first Black women to be inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in its nearly 50-year history. National Inventors Hall of Fame hide caption

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A supporter of pop star Britney Spears participating in a #FreeBritney rally on July 14 in Washington, D.C. When anyone poses a high risk of harm to themselves or others, psychiatrists are obligated to hospitalize them, even against their will. For many patients, paying for that involuntary care leads to long-term financial strain. Kent Nishimura/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images hide caption

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A rapid COVID-19 test swab is processed at Palos Verdes High School in Palos Verdes Estates on Tuesday, August 24, 2021. Brittany Murray/MediaNews Group/Long Beach Press-Telegram via Getty Images hide caption

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A view of the entrance to Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City on May 14, 2020. Hospital and nursing home workers across New York are required to have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by Monday, prompting concerns over noncompliance and potential staffing shortages. Cindy Ord/Getty Images hide caption

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Weightlifting or other forms of strength training can be a smart addition to your exercise routines. It can help stave off chronic illness and manage weight gain. gradyreese/Getty Images hide caption

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