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Google Says Employees Who Don't Adhere to Vaccination Requirements Will Lose Pay and Ultimately Be Fired

The company will require its employees to come into the office three days a week at some point in 2022.

Amanda Breen

COVID-19 vaccines for children: How parents are influenced by misinformation, and how they can counter it

Pediatricians and other health care providers can take some concrete steps toward building trust and counteracting anti-vaccination misinformation.

Jaime Sidani

In polygamous communities, deep roots of distrust shape vaccine hesitancy

Fear of prosecution and a history of distrust toward the government have contributed to some fundamentalist groups’ views of medicine.

Cristina Rosetti

5 Lessons the Pandemic Has Taught Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship is a difficult journey, but these lessons helped us grow.

Aidan Sowa

Rapid tests play a crucial role in curbing COVID-19 infections – especially as people gather for the holidays

Knowing when and how often to use rapid tests is key to getting an accurate picture of your COVID-19 status.

Nathaniel Hafer

Americans Plan to Spend More This Year's Holiday Season Despite Rising Prices and Product Shortages: Survey

Based on data from the quarterly CNBC All-America Economic Survey, people are willing to spend $1,004 on average for buying gifts, an increase of about 13 percent from 2020 and the highest in three years.

US Regulators Authorize COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Doses for 16- and 17-Year-Olds

The decision drew immediate pushback, with experts noting that young, healthy people are at low risk of severe COVID-19 and at elevated risk of heart inflammation following vaccination.

Google to Give a $1,600 Bonus to Employees Worldwide in Response to Covid-19

All employees, including interns and the tech giant's extended workforce, will be eligible to receive the one-time cash bonus.

Amanda Breen

Medical examiners and coroners have borne a heavy burden during the COVID-19 pandemic and have often felt invisible and unsupported

Death care workers are at high risk for burnout as well as depression and other mental health concerns.

Staci Zavattaro

Figuring out omicron – here's what scientists are doing right now to understand the new coronavirus variant

Careful lab work will complement public health data as researchers worldwide focus on omicron, asking questions about contagiousness, severity of disease and whether vaccines hold up against it.

Peter Kasson

Google's Year in Search 2021 Was Led by Sports and 'Squid Games,' But Other Trending Topics Might Surprise You

The world searched for "how to start a business" more than "how to get a job" this year.

Amanda Breen

Why Mental Health is Central to Your Business Continuity Plan

There's never been a more difficult time to be a business leader.

Brian Day