New strains of the coronavirus appear to be more contagious, but there’s lots left to learn. Here’s what we know so far.
Are vaccinated people still at risk for becoming infected or spreading COVID-19? Find out from an infectious disease specialist.
You’ve thought about how to have “the talk” with your kids, but here’s one big conversation you might not have prepared for: how to talk to children about their upcoming COVID-19 vaccine shots.
With Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine approved for children as young as 12, a pediatrician walks you through the process.
After a year of social distancing, is it OK to shake hands with someone if you’ve been vaccinated for COVID-19? The answer from a pulmonologist could have you reaching out to others the next time you go out.
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Kids ages 12 and over are now eligible for the Pfizer vaccine following approval from the Food and Drug Administration.
Are those around you questioning whether or not to get the COVID-19 vaccine? An expert explains how to approach this situation to help get as many people vaccinated as possible.
Wondering if working out after you’re vaccinated for COVID-19 will affect your immune response? Get the answer from a pulmonologist.
A physician discusses what percentage of the population will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order for the pandemic to be over.
If you’ve had covid-19, you may think you don’t need to be vaccinated for it. After all, your body has antibodies against it, so you’re good, right? A Cleveland Clinic expert says think again.
An expert explains why the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine was paused and what it means if you’ve already received the shot.