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Vaccine updates from the CDC

Vaccine updates from the CDC

In the United States, the delta variant now accounts for over 99% of new infections. About half (54%) of the total population is now fully vaccinated. 63% of people in the U.S. have received at...

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Obesity and COVID-19 vaccines

Obesity and COVID-19 vaccines

In addition to age, obesity is the main risk factor for poor outcomes from COVID-19 (hospitalization, need for critical care, death). We already know from earlier studies that certain vaccines, such...

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Flu and COVID vaccine at the same time

Flu and COVID vaccine at the same time

Patients can now receive their COVID-19 vaccine and flu shot during the same visit. This is an updated recommendation by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. People with diabetes are at...

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Busting COVID-19 Myths

Busting COVID-19 Myths

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an “infodemic.” Each day, there is more and more information available about the virus and vaccines. While this provides valuable insights, all this information can...

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What we know about COVID variants

What we know about COVID variants

All viruses change over time. These changes are called “mutations.” A virus with one or more new mutations is called a “variant” of the original virus. Most viral mutations have little to no impact...

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Vaccine Apartheid

Vaccine Apartheid

We know that vaccines against COVID-19 work, but someone must pay for them. Both Pfizer and Moderna will make huge profits. Similarly, Astra Zeneca, with its much-publicized “non-profit” model, will...

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Booster shots are coming

Booster shots are coming

In the United States (U.S.), health officials recently announced that they will start offering COVID-19 vaccine booster shots to the general public beginning the third week of September 2021. The...

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