'It's One And Done': Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Proves Popular At MDC North Vaccination SiteThe Johnson & Johnson one dose COVID-19 vaccine is very popular at the FEMA-supported vaccination site at Miami Dade College North Campus.
Miami-Dade College‘s North Campus Vaccination Site Opens, Begins Administering Johnson & Johnson VaccineThe first federal vaccination site in Miami-Dade is now open and it is among the first in the nation to administer the Johnson & Johnson single dose COVID-19 vaccine.
Johnson & Johnson Single-Shot COVID-19 Vaccine Joining In The Fight Against Global PandemicAn independent US Food and Drug Administration advisory board recommends the approval of the country’s third coronavirus vaccine being produced by Johnson & Johnson.
1-Dose Johnson & Johnson Vaccine To Boost Vaccination Efforts In South FloridaThe COVID vaccination process is picking up steam in South Florida and got a boost Wednesday with the initial approval of the new ‘one dose' Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Johnson & Johnson To Pay Record $417M In Lawsuit Linking Talc To CancerA jury has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay to the tune of  $417 million to a woman who claimed that their baby powder causes ovarian cancer when used regularly. 
Johnson & Johnson Plans On Revealing Drug Price IncreasesJohnson & Johnson says they will release the average price increases of its prescription drugs in an attempt to calm the community over soaring prices.
Winner In Talc Lawsuit: Money Can't Make Up For Lost HealthA woman who won more than $70 million in a talcum power lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson says she is happy about the ruling but it doesn't make up for the damage to her health.
Johnson & Johnson Ordered To Pay $55M In Cancer Suit Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay $55 million to a woman who says talcum powder gave her ovarian cancer.
Eyeball Wars Heat Up In SenateCapitol insiders may have thought they'd seen the last of eye wars, which for years were a perennial fight between optometrists and ophthalmologists over scope-of-practice issues.
Johnson & Johnson Changes Dosage On Extra Strength Tylenol Johnson & Johnson making major changes to one of its most popular products to reduce the risk of an overdose.
Drugmakers Discontinue Infant Drops With Acetaminophen Johnson & Johnson and other makers of cold and fever medications said Wednesday that they will discontinue infant drops of medicines containing acetaminophen in an effort to avoid confusion that can lead to dangerous overdoses.