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What Long COVID Looks Like in Children and Young Adults
NIH study aims to shed light on long COVID in children
mRNA Vaccine Technology: A Promising Idea for Fighting HIV
Testing of mRNA HIV vaccines in humans is underway
Poor Immune Response After Treatment Likely Not Responsible for “COVID Rebound”
An overactive immune system going after traces of viral RNA may be the cause of COVID-19 symptoms after treatment.
Decades in the Making: mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines
For decades, NIH has supported the research that led to mRNA COVID-19 vaccines — and this timeline provides some of the best examples.
Q&A: Long COVID Studies May Help People With ME/CFS
Long COVID shares symptoms with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS).
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 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
Early Studies Suggest CBD May Help Prevent COVID-19
Medical formulations of the compound cannabidiol — known as CBD — have shown promise as a way to prevent COVID-19.
Mixing and Matching COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Doses
The FDA has authorized the use of mix-and-match booster doses for currently available COVID-19 vaccines based on the results of a NIAID-supported…
How COVID-19 Affects Nursing Homes and People With Dementia
NIH networks are providing insight about COVID-19’s impact on adults age 65 and older