The COVID-19 antiviral pill isn’t a “just in case” you get sick solution. Approved for emergency use, a critical care physician discusses the recently FDA-approved COVID-19 antiviral pill and why vaccination is still vital.
An infectious disease expert explains what you need to know about breakthrough COVID-19 cases, including delta and omicron, and how to protect yourself.
An expert separates fact from fiction when reviewing what treatments are used for hospitalized COVID-19 patients.
Data suggests that vaccinated patients will soon need a third shot to boost protection against COVID-19. An expert explains why and what the next steps will be.
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Does being vaccinated for COVID-19 automatically mean that your life can back to normal? Get the answer from an infectious disease specialist.
An expert explains the ins and outs of the third doses of the coronavirus vaccine.
The FDA recently updated its emergency use authorization for Pfizer’s and Moderna’s COVID vaccines for immunocompromised people. Does this mean that those individuals can schedule booster shots? Find out from a hematologist.
Have the reports of people experiencing allergic reactions to the COVID-19 vaccine made you feel a little uneasy? Learn why having allergies doesn’t necessarily mean that you can’t get vaccinated.
With the COVID-19 pandemic again overlapping with flu season, our experts explain why it’s essential to get vaccinated.
Are pools and swimming safe during COVID? Experts share how swimmers can stay safe in the pool with the rise of the delta variant.