Can you get COVID-19 more than once? Millions of you asked that question in 2021 and turned to Cleveland Clinic’s Health Essentials to find an answer. That article topped our most-read list last year as you searched out ways to live healthier.
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But while the pandemic was top of mind, it wasn’t your only concern. Here’s what else you wondered about.
With all the slouching over our computers and phones, it’s no wonder our necks are sore. The best pain relief comes in many forms — like stretching, over-the-counter meds, heat and ice application and more.
The feeling of something being stuck in your throat is quite unpleasant. It could be food, or if it’s much longer-lasting — a medical condition instead. The good news is that it’s possible to find relief!
We’ve learned about many potential side effects of COVID-19 vaccines throughout 2021, including swollen lymph nodes. Learn how to figure out if this symptom is indeed a side effect of the vaccine, or another medical condition that requires attention.
Infections, cysts and other conditions may cause your pelvis and vagina to hurt. Women’s health specialists take you through the possibilities and how they can be treated.
You’ve heard many of the supposed magical remedies for COVID-19 this year, like lemon juice and ivermectin, but the real solution to this pandemic is the COVID-19 vaccine. All of your burning virus transmission questions are answered here.
5. If You Don’t Get Sick After Your COVID-19 Vaccination, Does It Mean Your Immune System Isn’t Working?
There are common, non-dangerous, side effects to the COVID-19 vaccine, but what happens if you experience none of them after getting your dose? It’s still a mystery, but rest assured, completely normal.
Many people have worried more about their own health this year, but more so their children’s. Learn at what temperature you should be concerned about your baby or toddler’s fever and how to take action.
Another common misconception that caught attention in 2021 is that you don’t need a COVID-19 vaccine if you’ve already contracted the virus. Learn why this isn’t the case and why antibodies simply aren’t enough to protect you.
Is it panic? Anxiety? Heartburn? There are other reasons outside of a heart attack that can cause your chest to hurt or tighten up. Find out the difference, with help from our cardiologists.
The #1 most-read story on our list is unsurprisingly, COVID-related. The answer to your burning question is “yes,” but you can certainly do things to protect yourself. Find out how, from our trusted COVID-19 experts.
What will content look like in 2022? If there’s one thing we can be sure of, it’s that we can’t predict what’ll happen, but we can assure you that the content you read on Health Essentials will guide you in the safest direction possible.