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For employees on the VUMC Aetna health plan who receive their updated COVID-19 vaccine at one of the Vanderbilt Health locations above, it will still be available at no cost to them. Employees with other types of coverage should check with their health insurance plan for specifics on cost sharing.
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Employer Solutions Offerings Workforce Health: FAQs on the Updated COVID Vaccine September 20, 2023 The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved an updated mRNA COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna.
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September 20, 2023 In observance of National Postdoc Appreciation Week, we thank our two current postdoctoral research fellows for their contributions to our department. Jia Li (left) previously studied at Xiamen University and Shanghai Technology University as well as the German Heart Centre in Munich before joining our department four years ago.
The first was on that day in 2019 when she received her lung transplant at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The second was in 2023 when she received a kidney transplant, coincidentally on the same day as her lung transplant four years earlier.
Ultimately, if you notice behavioral shifts in your teen, those changes could be the result of anxiety, depression or other mood concerns. “Maybe there’s something going on at school that you need to ask them about,” she explained. “Trust your gut. If your kid feels off, then something’s up.”.