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Each household may order four COVID-19 tests, and some are eligible for eight.
People with long COVID and those who experienced side effects from mRNA vaccines are seeking Novavax’s protein-based offering.
The COVID virus infected coronary arteries and increased inflammation in atherosclerotic plaques.
Infants and young children who had COVID produced protective antibodies for much longer than adults.
New flu and COVID vaccines are available for everyone, and RSV vaccines for people 60 and older.
The live-attenuated vaccine aims to produce an immune response to the entire virus rather than the frequently mutating spike protein.
Study findings shed light on possible causes of long COVID and could lead to more sensitive testing and personalized treatments.
Many nursing homes will not begin inoculations until well into October or even November.
The technology, developed by Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman, also holds promise for HIV vaccines and cancer treatment.
NIH-funded research sheds light on link between COVID-19 and increased risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke.
Researchers looked at the risk of death among 821,331 people hospitalized with COVID during different SARS-CoV-2 variant waves.
Study findings identify a potential marker that could help identify people at high risk of developing long COVID.
Draft CDC guidelines controversially conclude that N95 face masks are equivalent to looser surgical face masks in certain settings.
The vaccines tend to prevent infection for only a few months, but they offer longer protection against hospitalization and death.
Updated coronavirus vaccine is recommended for all adults and children ages 6 months and older.
People at lower risk may not need an updated booster, but without a CDC recommendation, insurance companies wouldn’t have to cover it.
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