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How Long Does Protection From COVID Vaccines Last?

How Long Does Protection From COVID Vaccines Last?

HEALTH | By Candice Choi | Apr 23
"We only have information for as long as the vaccines have been studied," said Deborah Fuller, a vaccine researcher at the University of Washington.

Doctors Scramble to Understand Long COVID, but Causes and Prognosis Are Elusive

Doctors Scramble to Understand Long COVID, but Causes and Prognosis Are Elusive

HEALTH | By Michelle Andrews, Lydia Zuraw | Apr 22
For people suffering with lingering, debilitating symptoms months after a bout with COVID, pinning down a definition for long covid may seem pointless. They just want relief.

I've Recovered From COVID, Why Do I Still Have to Mask Up?

I've Recovered From COVID, Why Do I Still Have to Mask Up?

HEALTH | By Carmen Heredia Rodriguez | Apr 18
The need for masks continues to be a contentious issue. As the federal government doubles down on their importance, some states have thrown caution — and face coverings — to the wind.

I Got the J&J COVID Vaccine. Now What?

I Got the J&J COVID Vaccine. Now What?

HEALTH | Apr 14
Don't panic. U.S. health officials on Tuesday recommended pausing vaccinations with J&J's shot as they look into reports of six clots out of nearly 7 million doses given in the country.

Tweaked COVID Vaccines in Testing Aim to Fend Off Variants

Tweaked COVID Vaccines in Testing Aim to Fend Off Variants

HEALTH | By Lauran Neergaard | Apr 13
Dozens of Americans are rolling up their sleeves for a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine -- this time, shots tweaked to guard against a worrisome mutated version of the virus.

US Recommends 'Pause' For J&J Vaccine Over Clot Reports

US Recommends 'Pause' For J&J Vaccine Over Clot Reports

HEALTH | By Zeke Miller | Apr 13
The U.S. is recommending a "pause" in administration of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to investigate reports of potentially dangerous blood clots.

They Tested Negative, But Still Have Long COVID Symptoms

They Tested Negative, But Still Have Long COVID Symptoms

HEALTH | By Lydia Zuraw | Apr 10
people who didn't test positive for COVID face difficulty getting treatment and disability benefits. And, sometimes as aggravating, many find that family, friends or even doctors have doubts they contracted COVID at all.

What COVID Means for the Athlete's Heart

What COVID Means for the Athlete's Heart

SPORTS | By Markian Hawryluk | Apr 6
for the athletes participating in professional, collegiate, high school or even recreational sports, significant unanswered questions remain about the aftereffects of a covid infection.

Official: Biden Moving Vaccine Eligibility Date to April 19

Official: Biden Moving Vaccine Eligibility Date to April 19

NATIONAL | By Darlene Superville | Apr 6
The new deadline of April 19 is about two weeks earlier than Biden's original May 1 deadline.

US Allows 2 More Over-the-Counter COVID-19 Home Tests

US Allows 2 More Over-the-Counter COVID-19 Home Tests

HEALTH | By Matthew Perrone | Apr 2
U.S. health officials have authorized two more over-the-counter COVID-19 tests that can be used at home to get rapid results.

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