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A Mental Wellness Project Supports Students During COVID-19
Researchers are working with children in Baltimore to learn about student resilience during the pandemic
Measuring the Psychological Distress of COVID-19
People from many racial and ethnic minority groups reported experiencing less distress than White adults
Understanding Cognitive Symptoms of COVID-19 in Older African Americans
NIH-supported study will investigate how COVID-19 affects the brain in this vulnerable population
Symptoms of Long COVID Vary Between Racial and Ethnic Groups
Black and Hispanic adults are more likely than White adults to experience certain symptoms and conditions associated with Long COVID
Tracking COVID-19 Through Wastewater
Wastewater testing can track viruses on smaller scales than a whole city.
Antiviral Treatment Reduces Likelihood of Severe Illness From Omicron
Researchers have found that Paxlovid (nirmatrelvir and ritonavir) is effective at preventing severe COVID-19 from the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2.
Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence Share Experience During Pandemic
NIH-supported researchers use community-based approaches to learn about survivors’ difficulties in seeking help during the pandemic.
Study Looks at Older Adults With Chronic Conditions During COVID-19
Researchers are following older adults to learn more about the pandemic’s effect on health and health care access
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.
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