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The nurse and the COVID patient: A story of connection

October 19, 2021
“He was just looking out of the window,” she said. “Tears were in his eyes.”

Do you need probiotics? It depends

October 19, 2021
Do you really need probiotics? And, what’s the best way to get them?

QUIZ: Think you're a COVID-19 vaccine expert?

October 18, 2021
Test your knowledge about the vaccines in our short quiz.

5 ways to prepare for flu season

October 15, 2021
With schools, bars and restaurants all back in business, public health experts are not predicting a repeat of good flu fortune this year.

FDA panel recommends Moderna, Johnson & Johnson booster shots

October 14, 2021 Updated Oct. 15, 2021
Millions of Americans are one step closer to being eligible for a COVID vaccine booster.

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