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Those who've had COVID boosters may think they're covered, but protection wanes after about 5 to 6 months. New variants are an issue, too.
What Prison Populations Can Tell Us about COVID Protection
Prisoners live in close quarters, so COVID rates trend high. Seeing what helps keep transmission in check there is a useful lesson for all.
To Get Healthier, Start on Monday
Struggling with resolutions already? Beginning a diet, exercise or other healthy change on a Monday can make you more likely to succeed.
State Welfare Policies & Foster Care
States that make it difficult for families to receive full welfare benefits have more children in foster care and higher rates of neglect.
COVID Deaths Shift Younger
COVID deaths are down, but the age of those dying is down too -- and that's concerning when one calculates the years of life lost.
Why You Should Clean Your Phone
Cell phones carry allergens, fungi and bacteria and can trigger asthma. Clean yours regularly, particularly if you have pets.
The benefits of being vaccinated against COVID far outweigh the tiny risk of heart inflammation associated with mRNA vaccines, even for men.
Don't Assume You Are Protected
Had COVID? Be careful. Repeat SARS-CoV-2 infections put people at more risk of hospitalization and organ failure. Take precautions. Mask up.
COVID Vaccines Work Even Better with Exercise
People who got the most exercise significantly lowered their risk of COVID-19 hospitalization.
Tracking Environmental Chemicals' Effects on Gut Inflammation
Harvard researchers have developed a new way to screen environmental chemicals for inflammatory effects, especially in the GI tract.
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