Sumedha Gupta, IUPUI More than 200 million U.S. residents have gotten at least one shot of a COVID-19 vaccine with the expectation that the vaccines slow virus transmission and save lives. Researchers know the efficacy of the vaccines from large-scale…
We carry them everywhere (including the toilet) but they’re rarely cleaned or sanitised, and we touch them with our hands many, many times per day.
The potential for health-tracking apps to improve health care has barely been tapped.
COVID-19 rates are increasing across the region largely due to the spread of the more contagious delta variant.
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Thirty-three people lost their lives in King County waters last year, nearly 70% of which occurred in open water incidents
Not only would enhancing mental wellbeing lead to better health, it would benefit the economy.
There are simple and practical ways that can help everyone to enjoy good mental health.
Health providers are starting to see the consequences of a year of pandemic-delayed preventive and emergency care.
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Should people from Canada, which has a lower incidence of covid-19, risk mingling with people from the U.S.?
study after study has identified indoor spaces — particularly restaurants — as some of the highest-risk locations for transmission.
If these measures are so effective against the flu, though, why is SARS-CoV-2 still spreading?
The important consideration is that your mask, or masks, fit tightly, says an infectious disease specialist.
Americans say they want a single-dose vaccine that’s 90% effective and 1 in 100 chance causing minor side effects.