Tag Archive | "Pandemic"

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Loneliness Is Rampant: A Simple Call, Or Hug, May Be A Cure

The stranger’s call came when Dianne Green needed it most. Alone in the home where she’d raised four kids, grieving recently deceased relatives, too fearful of COVID-19 to see her grandkids and great-grandbabies, she had never felt lonelier. 

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5 Ways To Prepare And Pack For COVID Era Travel

A lot has changed in the travel world since the pre-pandemic days of 2019. Should you bring your vaccine card? Do you need additional travel insurance?

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Nursing Homes: After Pandemic New State Laws Protect Residents

When the coronavirus hit Martha Leland’s Connecticut nursing home last year, she and dozens of other residents contracted the disease while the facility was on lockdown. Twenty-eight residents died, including her roommate.

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U.S. To Recommend COVID Vaccine Boosters At 8 Months

U.S. health experts are expected to recommend COVID-19 vaccine boosters for all Americans, regardless of age, eight months after they received their second dose of the shot.

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Necessary Or Not, Covid Booster Shots Likely Happening

If recent history is predictive, booster shots will be here before long. That’s because of the outdated, 60-year-old basic standard the FDA uses to authorize medicines for sale: Is a new drug “safe and effective”?

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What To Know About The Delta Variant

Right in the middle of a summer that is looking and feeling much more like normal, news of a rapidly spreading delta variant of COVID-19 is unsettling and causing lots of questions.

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