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For some, receiving a COVID-19 vaccine meant muscle soreness, fever or exhaustion — all side effects that experts warned people could occur. Others noticed an unexpected reaction: a change in their menstrual cycle. A new study published in the journal BMJ Medicine finds that receiving a COVID-19 vaccine causes a slight increase in the length of one cycle, reinforcing the findings of a previous paper that looked at data from U.S. participants.
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With the school semester back in full swing, a new regulation by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) aims to keep lice out of the classroom and affecting kids’ heads. As AAP notes in a new clinical report titled “Head Lice,” a school’s quarantine approach to eradicating a lice infestation can often be “psychologically stressful” to individuals.