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Q&A: Long COVID Studies May Help People With ME/CFS
Long COVID shares symptoms with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS).
Activating Immune Cells to Fight COVID-19
Experimental vaccines activate T cells to fight SARS-CoV-2 variants, mouse study shows
Food Allergies and COVID-19
People with food allergies are less vulnerable to SARS-CoV-2 infection; higher BMI and obesity linked to…
Q&A: COVID-19, Vaccines, and Myocarditis
Benefits of COVID-19 vaccines outweigh a very small risk of heart complications
Treating Anxiety and Depression During the Pandemic With an App
Prompts and coping tips may improve mental health for people in minority groups
How COVID-19 and Community Violence Affect Mothers and Babies
A new study investigates the toll of COVID-19 and police violence on pregnant people and babies in Black communities.
Antiviral Nasal Spray Shows Promise Fighting COVID-19
Nasal spray protects human cells and mice from SARS-CoV-2 infection, prevents severe COVID-19 in mice
Racism, Violence, COVID-19, and Public Health
An NIH-sponsored project aims to illuminate connections between COVID-19, systemic racism, and community and police violence, which has been…
Booster Shots of COVID-19 Vaccines Effective Against Omicron Subvariant
A small study supported by the National Cancer Institute found that booster doses of COVID-19 vaccines already in use produce neutralizing…
Mask Requirements Reduced SARS-CoV-2 Transmission in Schools
Schools that required masks saw fewer COVID-19 cases than those with optional or partial masking policies
How Lessons From HIV Research Informed COVID-19 Vaccine Trials
A new study shows how community engagement approaches developed by the HIV Vaccine Trials Network strengthened COVID-19 vaccine trials