Top related persons:
Top related locs:
Top related orgs:

Search resuls for: "CDC"

25 mentions found

Read previewThe talk show host Ellen DeGeneres has long been considered a beloved celebrity for her friendly and funny public demeanor. "Maybe I'm being naive, but I expected them to welcome me with confetti: Welcome to 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'!" Next thing we know, we literally hear Steve Jobs pick up and say, 'Hi, Ellen' … Ellen told him the iPhone should have a bigger font," the producer said. I have been getting calls asking me about the Ellen Degeneres Show and I would like to address the time I spent there. AdvertisementPaytas appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in 2010 when she was 22 years old to showcase her speed-reading talent during an audience talent segment.
Persons: , Ellen DeGeneres, Nikkie de Jager, DeGeneres, NikkieTutorials, vlogger, de Jager, hadn't, van, Sebastian Williams, van Nieuwkerk, YouTuber, De Jager, Pop Crave, Ellen, Jonas, Kevin T, Porter crowdsourced, you've, Portia de Rossi, wouldn't, didn't, X weren't, I've, Kevin Winter, Stagehands, Jimmy Kimmel, John Oliver, Samantha Bee, Ellen DeGeneres's, Jordan Strauss, Tom Majercak, Majercak, de Rossi, Steve Granitz, Steve Jobs, Jobs, Jane Lynch's, Katy Perry, Chris Pizzello, Ellen Show, Neil Breen, Breen, Richard Wilkins, she'll, Richard, you'll, Neil, She'll, I'd, I'm, Raymond, Brad Garrett, Garrett, Lea Thompson, Scooter Braun, Kevin Mazur, Braun, Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Andy Lassner, James Corden, Corden, Hedda Muskat, Joshua Blanchard, Patrick McMullan, Ed Glavin, Mary Connelly, Muskat, Glavin, Ed, Tony Okungbowa, Okungbowa, Ellen Degeneres, Tony okungbowa, Dakota Johnson, Johnson's, Johnson, that's, Craig, Trisha Paytas, Christopher Polk, YouTuber Trisha Paytas, H3H3, Ethan Klein, Paytas, Ashton Kutcher, Kutcher, De Rossi, Ryan Phillippe, haven't, Jim Spellman, WireImage, Thompson, Phillippe, Jennifer Aniston, Billie Eilish, Greyson Chance, Gaga's, Chance, Stone, she'd, Rolling Stone, would've, It's, Tasos Katopodis, SFGate, Libby Torres Organizations: Service, Business, C Magazine, YouTube, Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, Variety, Warner Bros, Television, ABC, Fox News, New York Post, New York, Producers, AP, BuzzFeed, The Hollywood, British, Twitter, Sun, NBC, Getty, CDC, Centers, Disease Control, West Hollywood, Netflix Locations: Dutch, California, Australian, Melbourne, Dakota, West
Read previewA supercentenarian expert shared with Business Insider the nine things people who live to 110 and beyond have in common. Be resilientBeing resilient and able to endure hard times is one of the key predictors of longevity in supercentenarians, Lindberg said. Be spiritualSpirituality, meaning believing in something greater than ourselves versus following a specific religion, is also very common among the supercentenarians that Lindberg has studied. AdvertisementMaintain a healthy weight"There haven't really been any obese supercentenarians," Lindberg said. Dr. Robert Waldinger, the study's lead researcher, previously told BI that healthy relationships had a surprisingly large impact on people's odds of living longer.
Persons: , Jimmy Lindberg, Linberg, Lindberg, Joseph Maroon, Robert Waldinger, Rose Anne Kenny Organizations: Service, Business, Financial Times, Complutense University of Madrid, Harvard, Chan, of Public Health, JAMA, BMI, US Centers for Disease Control, CDC, Development, Trinity College Dublin
“If people really want salads from McDonald’s we will gladly relaunch salads,” said Joe Erlinger, the president of McDonald’s USA, in a June interview at the Wall Street Journal’s annual Global Food Forum. For McDonald’s, putting salads on the menu was likely a way to avoid the veto vote and stay atop recent healthy food trends. McDonald’s salads were “one likely source of these infections,” the CDC said at the time. McDonald’s removed salads from national menus in 2020 to help simplify restaurant operations, the company said. Another menu item that’s not coming to McDonald’s any time soon?
Persons: New York CNN —, , Joe Erlinger, McDonald’s, Covid, ” Erlinger Organizations: New, New York CNN, McDonald’s, Food, Wall Street Journal Locations: New York, McDonald’s
CNN —Vegetables are great not only for their versatility — they can be eaten raw or cooked, whole or chopped — but also for their health benefits. Eating three servings of baby carrots a week can give a significant boost of important nutrients found in the orange root vegetables, according to a new unpublished study presented June 30 in Chicago at Nutrition 2024, the annual meeting of the American Society for Nutrition. After four weeks, the researchers found those who ate the carrots had a 10.8% increase in carotenoids in their skin, natural antioxidants found to have health benefits, such as preventing inflammation and promoting heart health, according to the Cleveland Clinic. But those who consumed the carrots and the supplement saw the most benefits and increased their skin carotenoids by 21.6%. Eating vegetables can protect against heart disease, some cancers, diabetes and obesity, according to the CDC.
Persons: Mary Harper Simmons, hummus —, , Simmons, , I’m, Suresh Mathews, Sander Kersten, Kersten, ” Simmons Organizations: CNN, Nutrition, American Society for Nutrition, Surveys, for Disease Control, Samford University, Cleveland Clinic, Cornell University, National Institutes of Health, CDC, Health, American College Health Association Locations: Chicago, Alabama, United States
CNN —GLP-1 medications such as Ozempic and Wegovy may help lower the risk of certain cancers, a new study suggests. About 40% of new cancer diagnoses are associated with excess weight, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The risk was cut by more than half for gallbladder cancer, meningioma, pancreatic cancer and hepatocellular carcinoma, a kind of liver cancer. It was also significantly reduced for ovarian cancer, colorectal cancer, multiple myeloma, esophageal cancer, endometrial cancer and kidney cancer. And GLP-1 medications interact with systems related to insulin production.
Persons: CNN —, Dr, Sanjay Gupta Organizations: CNN, US Centers for Disease Control, JAMA, CNN Health, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Read previewJoAnn Pushkin did everything she could to spot breast cancer early. "So on the same day I learned I had breast cancer, I learned I had dense breasts, and I learned it had been missed because I had dense breasts." Even large tumors are hard to spot in some mammogramsA side-by-side mammogram image of cancer in a "not dense" breast and a "dense" breast. Related storiesAdditionally, having dense breasts also increases your risk of developing breast cancer, though the CDC said scientists are still unsure why. AdvertisementHow to assess your own riskWomen who are at high risk for breast cancer (regardless of breast density) should have a yearly MRI in addition to a mammogram.
Persons: , JoAnn Pushkin, Pushkin, Katie Couric, Rosa DeLauro, Brian Fitzpatrick Organizations: Service, Business, FDA Locations: mammograms, New York
Read previewCutting back on processed meat in your diet may reduce the risk of serious diseases, including some cancers, a new research analysis predicts. Processed meat has long been thought to be a culprit in chronic illnesses like heart disease. Specifically, there would be about 352,900 fewer cases of diabetes, 92,500 fewer cases of heart disease, and 53,300 fewer cases of colorectal cancer, according to the estimate. However, more research is needed on unprocessed red meat like steak, as some studies have suggested that, in moderation, it may be less harmful than processed meat. One important caveat to the study is that the potential health benefits of cutting out processed meat also depend on what you replace it with.
Persons: , Bacon, Lindsay Jaacks, Jaacks Organizations: Service, Business, University of Edinburgh, University of North Locations: University of North Carolina, Hill
Read previewContaminated milk may be spreading H5N1 bird flu between dairy cattle, contributing to a major outbreak across 12 US states. A new study shows the virus can survive for over an hour in raw (unpasteurized) milk left on the surfaces of materials used in equipment for milking dairy cattle. That's a clue in the mystery of how the virus has spread so rapidly between US dairy cattle, infecting over 130 herds in Idaho, Michigan, Colorado, Texas, and more. The cattle outbreak has scientists increasingly worried that the H5N1 virus could mutate enough to cause an outbreak in humans. However, the study suggests that cleaning milking equipment between cows and outfitting workers with protective gear could help prevent the spread.
Persons: , Cynthia Goldsmith, Jackie Katz, Christopher Dye, Tony Kanaan, Jeff Haynes, Tom Vilsack, Meghan Davis, Davis, Robert F Organizations: Service, Business, CDC, AP, University of Oxford, FDA, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Motor, Reuters, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Workers Locations: Idaho , Michigan, Colorado , Texas, Brazil, Clinton , Maine, milkings
He follows the Longevity Diet, created by his colleague and L-Nutra cofounder Valter Longo, a professor of gerontology and director of the USC Longevity Institute. It's mainly a plant-based diet but includes fish a few times a week, plus lots of complex carbohydrates, and healthy fats from nuts, Antoun said. Eat nuts every dayNuts are a good source of plant-based protein, complex carbs, and healthy fats, Antoun said. In a 2023 study published in JAMA Network Open, 22 pairs of twins were randomly assigned either a healthy vegan diet or a healthy omnivorous diet for eight weeks. Have dinner early and breakfast lateAnother part of Longo's Longevity Diet, and the central tenant of L-Nutra's business model, is intermittent fasting.
Persons: , Joseph Antoun, Antoun, Valter Longo, biohacking bros Organizations: Service, Business, gerontology, USC Longevity Institute, American College of Cardiology, Mayo Clinic, JAMA
A summer wave of Covid-19 has arrived in the US
  + stars: | 2024-06-28 | by ( Deidre Mcphillips | )   time to read: +6 min
CNN —Covid-19 levels have been rising in the United States for weeks as new variants drive what’s become an annual summer surge. That’s enough time to offer protection during the winter respiratory virus season but probably after this summer’s wave has ebbed. On Thursday, the CDC recommended that everyone ages 6 months and older receive an updated Covid-19 vaccine for the 2024-25 season. Unlike flu and RSV, Covid-19 is constantly circulating; it doesn’t offer a reprieve. The changes are meant to “simplify RSV vaccine decision-making for clinicians and the public,” the agency said.
Persons: CNN —, , Robert Hopkins, ” Hopkins, Marlene Wolfe, , Dr, Jerry Weir, Marcus Plescia, Plescia, Sanjay Gupta, ” CNN’s Jen Christensen Organizations: CNN, US Centers for Disease Control, CDC, National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, Stanford University, Emory University, Emory, WastewaterSCAN, FDA, Viral Products, Vaccines Research, FDA’s, Biologics, Association of State, Territorial Health, CNN Health Locations: United States, , Covid
When it comes to reviewing a restaurant, cleanliness is one of the most critical concerns for guests. To maximize revenue, restaurant industry businesses should consider a holistic, company-wide approach to advancing a higher level of cleanliness. Employee turnover is reducedIt's no secret that employee churn is a challenge in the restaurant industry, with turnover rates reaching as high as 80%. However, after these seven businesses committed to the Ecolab Science Certified program, 72% of employees said this would "help them stay," further boosting the bottom line. For restaurant industry businesses, cleanliness is essential – it helps improve your online reviews, maintain a better relationship with the Health Department, increase foot traffic, and boost employee retention.
Persons: Ecolab Organizations: Ecolab, Health Department, ESC, Health Department Intelligence, CDC, FDA, Ecolab Science, Insider Studios Locations: Ecolab
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. In the US, federal experts recommend filling half of your daily plate with nutrient-packed whole fruits and a colorful variety of veggies. nata_vkusidey/Getty Images"Start with beans and a grain," Buettner said. Buettner says the beautiful thing about this simple bean + grain equation is that we all probably know how to do it already. What's your favorite bean and whole grain combo and how long does it take you to make it?
Persons: , We've, Dan Buettner, who's, Buettner, pinto, Costa Rican gallo pinto, Gallo Pinto, Kevin Schafer Organizations: Service, Centers for Disease Control, Business, CDC, Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Costa Locations: America, Costa Rican, Costa Rica
In the 1960s, there were six people of working age for every retired person, according to the World Economic Forum. “What you’re seeing is increased spending on programs like Medicare and Social Security as the baby boomers are aging into those programs. And then of course, fewer workers relative to the number of people who are receiving Social Security and Medicare benefits,” said Dahl. Social Security payments still provide about 90% of income for more than a quarter of older adults in the United States, according to Social Security Agency surveys. But without intervention, the Social Security trust fund will be depleted by the mid-2030s, meaning that only a portion of retirees’ expected benefits will be paid out.
Persons: it’s, Louis, Simona Paravani, , Elon Musk, Kimberly, Clark, Mark Schneider, he’s, Emmanuel Macron, Donald Trump, Molly Dahl, Dahl, Eric Schmidt, ” Schmidt, Goldman Sachs, Stefano Scarpetta, Li Qiang, Juliana Liu, Joyce Jiang, Li, China’s, Xi Jinping, Biden, Max Prosecutors, haven’t, Max, Read Organizations: London CNN, Organisation for Economic Co, Development, Economic, Federal Reserve Bank of St, BlackRock, Disease Control, Congressional Budget Office, CBO, Social Security, Social, Social Security Agency, Google, Summit, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, OECD, ” Companies, West Chinese, CNN, EV, Prosecutors, Boeing, Max, US Justice Department, Alaska Air, Justice Department, Federal Aviation Administration Locations: Chad, Niger, Somalia, Samoa, Tonga, Tajikistan, United States, London, China, Beijing, Dalian, Canada, Beijing’s “
Why water is the best drink during a heat wave
  + stars: | 2024-06-25 | by ( Katia Hetter | )   time to read: +8 min
We know that keeping hydrated is important to staying healthy in the summer heat, but is water still the best drink during a heat wave? CNN: When it’s really hot outside, is water still the best fluid, or should people turn to sports drinks? Energy drinks are different from sports drinks, which are meant to help you restore water and electrolytes. I urge parents to be careful to distinguish between sports drinks and energy drinks. Sports drinks probably aren’t needed, and, again, it’s advisable for children to avoid energy drinks.
Persons: Leana Wen, Wen, What’s, Frederic J . Brown Organizations: CNN, George Washington University, US Centers for Disease Control, CDC, American Academy of Pediatrics, Getty, Sports Locations: AFP
CDC issues dengue fever alert in the U.S.
  + stars: | 2024-06-25 | by ( Nicole Acevedo | )   time to read: +2 min
The alert comes as an unexpectedly higher number of dengue fever cases have been reported across the nation, according to the CDC. The CDC reported 3,036 dengue cases last year in the U.S. and its territories. This year, the incidence of dengue fever globally has been the highest on record, especially in Latin American countries, where more than 9.7 million dengue cases have been reported. A person can get sick with dengue fever up to four times in their lifetime — once for each type of virus that can cause the disease, according to the CDC. The latest CDC alert advises health care providers to have increased suspicion of dengue among people with fever, especially if they have recently been in areas with frequent dengue transmission.
Persons: That's, They're, it's Organizations: Disease Control, CDC Locations: Brazil, United States, U.S, Puerto Rico
Read previewIn Japan, cases of an uncommon but deadly bacterial infection have spiked in recent months, concerning health officials, the Washington Post reported. At least 77 deaths have been reported due to these STSS infections, with most fatal cases occurring in people over 50. Since the coronavirus pandemic, health officials worldwide have expressed concern about increasing bacterial and viral infection rates. In 2022, UK health officials reported 19 child deaths due to group-A streptococcal infections, the same bacteria that causes STSS. Vaccines could help prevent the spread of these rare but potentially deadly bacterial infections, health experts said.
Persons: , Steer, we've, Andrew Steer Organizations: Service, Washington Post, Japan's Health Ministry, Business, CDC, Murdoch Children's Research Locations: Japan, Melbourne, Australia
The CDC and National Weather Service launched a map to forecast heat-related impacts across the US. It uses a five-tier color-numeric scale to indicate potential heat risks in your area. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementWith temperatures rising alongside your electric bills, the CDC and National Weather Service launched a HeatRisk map to help you determine whether you can handle the heat. By plugging in your ZIP code, you can find out just how scorching your area will be for the next seven days — and the possible risks.
Persons: Organizations: CDC, National Weather Service, Service, Business Locations: Midwest, Northeast
The task force suggested that extensive and intensive behavioral interventions are the best way to help a child get to a healthy weight. A high BMI for a child is defined a little differently than it is for adults, although both use height and weight to estimate mass. Nearly 20% of children in the US have what’s considered a high BMI. The task force gives its guidelines letter grades based on the most up-to-date science. Under the Affordable Care Act, private insurers must cover preventive services that get a grade of A or B; the new child obesity recommendations got a B grade.
Persons: Susma Vaidya, , , Dr, Mona Sharifi, ” Sharifi, Thomas Robinson, Sarah Armstrong, haven’t, Sharifi, Justin Ryder, Stanley Manne, Robert H, Lurie, “ I’ve, ” Ryder, Wegovy, Alli, Lomaira, John Ruiz, Sanjay Gupta, “ There’s, ” Vaidya, Vaidya, pharmacotherapy Organizations: CNN, US Preventive Services, Force, American Academy of Pediatrics, BMI, US Centers for Disease Control, Affordable, National Hospital, Yale School of Medicine, Stanford Solutions Science Lab, Department of Pediatrics, Pediatrics, Adolescent Health, Duke University Medical School, Stanley Manne Children’s, Ann, Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, University of Arizona, CNN Health, FDA Locations: Washington
JPMorgan boosted its price target on shares of Apple to $245 each from $225 after the firm raised iPhone volume expectations in 2025 and 2026 due to artificial intelligence upgrades. More price-target hikes for Nvidia : Wells Fargo went to $155 a share from $125 at Wells Fargo while Rosenblatt Securities went to $200 from $140. Piper Sandler called the sell-off in Celsius Holdings overdone and reiterated its $90 price target and buy-equivalent rating. Meanwhile, Stifel increased its price target on the memory chipmaker's stock to $165 a share from $145 ahead of earnings June 26. Netflix 's price target raised to $750 a share from $700 by analysts at Loop Capital.
Persons: Wells Fargo, Piper Sandler, Kroger, Lennar, Netflix's, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Nvidia Piper Sandler, Merck Micron Lennar Piper Sandler Organizations: JPMorgan, Apple, Nvidia, Rosenblatt Securities, Holdings, BMO Capital, Kroger, Albertsons, Merck, Food and Drug Administration, Investors, Micron, Bank of, Netflix, Loop, NFL, Jim Cramer's Charitable, CNBC, Holdings BMO Capital, Merck Micron Locations: Wells, Bank of America's, Miami, U.S
CNN —Cases of a dangerous and highly fatal bacterial infection have reached record levels in Japan, official figures show, with experts so far unable to pinpoint the reason for the rise. STSS is a rare but serious bacterial infection that can develop when bacteria spread into deep tissues and the bloodstream. In March, Japanese authorities warned of a jump in STSS cases. The reason for this year’s rise in cases of STSS in Japan remains unclear, according to Japanese public broadcaster NHK. “So, more people are now susceptible to infection, and that may be one reason for the sharp rise in cases.”
Persons: iGAS “, Ken Kikuchi, people’s, ” Kikuchi Organizations: CNN, Japan’s Health, Japan’s National, of Infectious, US Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, CDC, World Health, of Infectious Diseases, NHK, Tokyo Women’s Medical University Locations: Japan, STSS, Tokyo
Ladislav Kubeš/iStockphoto/Getty ImagesCNN: Let’s start by talking about tick-borne diseases, specifically Lyme disease. Dr. Leana Wen: In the United States, Lyme disease is the most common vector-borne disease and is transmitted by ticks. People who contract Lyme disease may experience temporary symptoms similar to the flu, such as muscle aches, fever and headache. CNN: Has the incidence of Lyme disease increased in recent years? While most US cases involve travelers who contracted malaria from other parts of the world, locally transmitted cases have occurred, too.
Persons: Leana Wen, Wen, Ladislav Kubeš, Lyme, You’ve Organizations: CNN, Northern, George Washington University, Getty, US Centers for Disease Control, US Environmental Protection Agency Locations: Lyme, West, United States, Florida , Texas, Arizona, California, Maryland
Read previewBird flu is flying wild, and it has many infectious disease experts more worried now than ever. The H5N1 avian influenza virus has killed tens of millions of birds across the planet and more than 40,000 sea lions and seals. Most people seem to have very little chance, if any, of catching H5N1 avian influenza right now. Jim Vondruska/ReutersBut infectious disease experts are increasingly concerned that the H5N1 virus could make a sustained jump into humans and start spreading among us. This virus is a leading candidate for the next pandemic, and four developments in the past month have experts worried.
Persons: , Jim Vondruska, That's, Dr, Monica Gandhi, Bird, WHO —, Christopher Dye, Dye, David L, Ryan, Gandhi, Tayfun, Rick Bright, Cynthia Goldsmith, Jackie Katz, Richard Webby, Jude, Talita, Lima Freitas, Amanda Perobelli, Marko Geber, Terry Chea, they've Organizations: Service, CDC, Business, Global Medicine, University of California, Health Organization, WHO, University of Oxford, Boston Globe, Getty, US Department of Agriculture, Anadolu Agency, The Telegraph, Biomedical, Research, Development Authority, AP, Centre, Studies, Reference Laboratory, World Organization for Animal Health, Vaccines, University of Pennsylvania Locations: Luz, Monee , Illinois, San Francisco, Australia, Kolkata, India, New Mexico, New York, St, Michigan, Campinas, Brazil
Then, three healthy ferrets were placed in the same enclosures with three of the sick animals. These animals could touch, nose and lick the sick animals, and all of them became ill.Next, the CDC tested airborne transmission by putting three healthy ferrets into an enclosure where they could breathe the same air as sick animals but couldn’t touch them. In her lab, ferrets with previous exposures to seasonal flu strains didn’t get as sick when exposed to new flu viruses compared to those with no prior exposure to seasonal strains. How much help we might get from past exposures to flu viruses is difficult to predict, however, which is why vaccination would still be important to tune up our immunity. They never spread the virus to any of the other animals in the facility — including themselves.
Persons: Mark Naniot, Naniot, , , It’s, Jeremy Farrar, Jesse Bloom, Fred Hutch, ” Naniot, Naniot hadn’t, Scott Weese, Weese, there’s, Covid, Rick Bright, Sanjay Gupta, Bright, Erin Sorrell, Zahl, Seema Lakdawala, hasn’t, ” Bright, Dr, Richard Webby, Jude Children’s, “ It’s, Ducks, Michael Osterholm, “ I’ve, he’s Organizations: CNN, Swiss Army, World Health Organization, Fred Hutch Cancer Center, University of Guelph, US Centers for Disease Control, CDC, Research, Development Authority, CNN Chief, Bright Global Health, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, Getty, Emory University, STAT, Administration, Strategic Preparedness, USDA, Jude Children’s Research, Infectious Disease, University of Minnesota, CNN Health Locations: Wisconsin’s, United States, Seattle, Canada, Texas, Vadso, Finnmark, Norway, AFP, Finland, St, Wisconsin
CNN —There could be a combined Covid-19 and flu shot in our future, although it won’t be ready for this year’s flu season. On Monday, vaccine maker Moderna announced positive late-stage trial results for its Covid/flu combination vaccine it calls mRNA-1083. Other companies have been testing a combined Covid-flu vaccine, but Moderna is the first to announce positive late-stage trial results. The trial studied the vaccine in two different age groups with about 4,000 adults in each age category. Few people got the latest Covid shot, studies show.
Persons: , Francesca Ceddia, ” Ceddia, Covid, Spikevax, Moderna, Sue Peschin, Dr, Sanjay Gupta, Peschin, ” Peschin, Organizations: CNN, Moderna, Public, US Centers for Disease Control, Food, Covid, FDA, Alliance for Aging Research, CNN Health, CDC Locations: United States
But the virus can also cause severe illness in adults 50 and up — or even younger — with underlying chronic conditions such as asthma, diabetes and congestive heart failure. GSK's shot won't reach that new patient population just yet. Safety data in adults ages 50 to 59 was also consistent with data in adults 60 and above, according to GSK. Regulatory agencies in Europe, Japan and other areas are currently reviewing GSK's application to expand Arexvy's approval to high-risk adults ages 50 to 59. GSK's shot is approved in nearly 50 countries, a spokesperson for the company told CNBC.
Persons: Phil Dormitzer, Dormitzer, Luke Miels, Arexvy, GSK's Organizations: Drug Administration, GSK, FDA, Centers for Disease Control, CNBC, CDC, Pfizer, Moderna, U.S Locations: British, Europe, Japan
Total: 25