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SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies From Vaccination During Pregnancy May Transfer to Fetuses
Antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 were found in the blood and cord blood of people vaccinated during pregnancy.
More Evidence That COVID-19 Vaccination While Pregnant Likely Protects Children
Blood and breastmilk from vaccinated women contain antibodies that may protect infants in first months of life
A Mental Wellness Project Supports Students During COVID-19
Researchers are working with children in Baltimore to learn about student resilience during the pandemic
Obstructive Sleep Apnea May Increase Risk of Long COVID
Women with obstructive sleep apnea may have higher risk than men do
Biomarkers Found in Children with Rare COVID-19 Complication
Study creates the possibility for better diagnosis and targeted therapy
Exposure to COVID-19 In Utero May Affect Birth Weight
COVID-19 during pregnancy can lead to changes in infant birth weight and weight gain during the first year of life
What Long COVID Looks Like in Children and Young Adults
NIH study aims to shed light on long COVID in children
Rare Organ Inflammation Now Less Serious for Children with COVID-19
Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) with COVID-19 is declining but still serious.
Evaluating the Safety of COVID-19 Treatment During Pregnancy
A small study has confirmed that Paxlovid is a safe treatment for pregnant people with COVID-19.
Teen Brains Aged Prematurely During COVID-19 Pandemic
Small study finds that pandemic changes to teen brains look similar to changes caused by trauma and neglect
COVID-19 Testing Helps Keep Kids in School
The test-to-stay strategy keeps kids in school after being exposed to COVID-19