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My Dog Sniffs Discarded Masks. Is That A Problem? : Goats and Soda – NPR

Are there issues with having a mammogram right after a vaccine? Is there a list of vaccine ingredients — some people say they’re scary. Also: My pooch loves to…

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I’m eligible for the COVID vaccine and due for a mammogram. Which should I do first?
Definitely do both, says Dr. Lars Grimm, associate professor of radiology at Duke University. But if you can, schedule the mammogram either before the vaccine or 4-6 weeks after the second dose, in keeping with new recommendations from the Society of Breast Imaging.
That’s because swollen lymph nodes are both a common side effect of the vaccines and can also be a marker of early breast cancer, he says especially…

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