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Guidance on COVID Antiviral Drugs
Antiviral drugs are another tool to control COVID-19 infections. Here's who could benefit most from them -- and who should hold off.
COVID Vaccines’ Safety Records
A long-term look at the adverse events occurring as a result of the mRNA vaccines for COVID-19 found they were mild and short-lived.
Clues in the Search for COVID Immunity
Hybrid immunity, the kind you get from a breakthrough infection before or after vaccination, could be our way out of the pandemic.
Kids Need Flu Shots, Too
Schools are open in many areas, and that means kids need protection from the flu, too. Flu can be serious; protection is easy.
Colds and COVID
Colds are caused by coronaviruses, too, so they can, under certain conditions, offer some COVID-19 protection. But don't forgo the vaccine.
COVID-19 Infections Rise 10X in Kids Five and Under
COVID-19 infections among kids five and under have skyrocketed. Here are some tips so parents can keep little kids safe and let them play.
Even COVID Vaccine Resisters Worry
Knowing people sick with COVID and fear of test results can be tipping points for some of those who have been reluctant to get the shot.
Vaccines and the Delta Variant
The vaccine rollout in Scotland gave researchers a way to test their effectiveness against the Delta variant. The results were impressive.
Weighing the Heart Risks of mRNA Vaccines
Two kinds of heart inflammation have cropped up among a small percentage of COVID vaccine recipients. Here's what parents should know.
Vaccines Versus COVID Variants
As new variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus emerge, researchers are figuring out the kind of protection vaccines offer and how long it lasts.
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