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How To Identify and Overcome Anxiety

How To Identify and Overcome Anxiety

Anxiety is a natural response to feeling under threat. It causes people to feel worried, afraid, or stressed. It is natural for a person to feel anxious from time to time... medicalnewstoday.com, Types of anxiety and ways to overcome them, Lois Zoppi A person may have...

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Look for These Symptoms in the Months After COVID-19 Recovery

Look for These Symptoms in the Months After COVID-19 Recovery

As more people are vaccinated, many of us are increasingly looking toward a future at the end of the pandemic. But for some people, the long-term complications of the virus will last after the pandemic ends....healthline.com, Look for These Symptoms in the Months...

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COVID-19 May Be Turning Into A Young Kid’s Disease

COVID-19 May Be Turning Into A Young Kid’s Disease

Even as cases drop among vaccinated Americans, the coronavirus still can spread among unvaccinated people—who will be disproportionately children. Pfizer’s shot is likely to be authorized for ages 12 to 15 in several weeks’ time, but younger kids may have to wait...

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Wearing A Mask Can Help You Escape COVID

Wearing A Mask Can Help You Escape COVID

A new state-by-state analysis shows a statistical association between high adherence to mask wearing and reduced rates of COVID-19 in the United States. Charlie Fischer and colleagues at the Boston University School of Public Health in Massachusetts present these...

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Your Blood Type Doesn’t Affect Your COVID Risk

Your Blood Type Doesn’t Affect Your COVID Risk

Early in the pandemic, some reports suggested people with A-type blood were more susceptible to COVID, while those with O-type blood were less so. But a review of nearly 108,000 patients in a three-state health network has found no link at all between blood type and...

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The Fourth Surge Is Upon Us.  This Time, It’s Different.

The Fourth Surge Is Upon Us. This Time, It’s Different.

Across the United States, cases have started rising again. In a few cities, even hospitalizations are ticking up. The twists and turns of a pandemic can be hard to predict, but this most recent increase was almost inevitable: A more transmissible and more deadly...

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COVID-19: Is It Time for Optimism?

COVID-19: Is It Time for Optimism?

When the first COVID vaccines arrived, people started talking about the “light at the end of the tunnel.” Then the post-holidays surge hit with record numbers of cases and deaths, virus variants emerged, and that light was feeling pretty dim. But now as cases and...

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I’m Vaccinated – Now What?

I’m Vaccinated – Now What?

Visits between fully vaccinated people Indoor visits between fully vaccinated people who do not wear masks or physically distance from one another are likely low risk. For example, if you are fully vaccinated, it is likely a low risk for you to invite other fully...

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