The difference between RSV, the flu and COVID-19
Experts answer common questions about the outbreak of respiratory illnesses, symptoms and treatments.Read More
New COVID variants are circulating. Here's what to know.
At least half a dozen versions of the virus are moving through the United States, but they are part of the same family tree.Read More
Can you get the new booster and a flu shot at the same time?
CDC guidance says there are no major concerns about getting a COVID-19 booster and a flu shot at the same time.Read More
Researchers learning more clues about 'long COVID'
"Long-haulers" describe an array of symptoms. Here are some of the most common medical issues, their causes and current research.Read More
COVID-19 vaccines and menstrual cycles
Some women of reproductive age have noticed slight increases in the length of their menstrual cycle shortly after receiving the jab.Read More
Children under 5 are now eligible for vaccines. What parents should know.
Dr. Leana Wen, public health professor at George Washington University, who offers guidance for parents of young children now eligible to receive the COVID vaccine.Read More
COVID-19 test expired? Check this before you throw it out.
Have your COVID-19 rapid tests expired? Don't toss them yet. Federal regulators have extended some tests' expiration dates, meaning certain ones are now usable for longer.Read More
Is it allergies, a cold or COVID-19?
Spring allergy season is colliding with cold season and the coronavirus, which is still circulating.Read More
What to do if you test positive for COVID or are exposed
Get the latest guidance and answers to your questions about testing and symptoms.Read More
The CDC recommends using Vaccines.gov to find a location that is offering COVID-19 vaccinations near you.Read More
How to prove your vaccination status
Some places may ask to see your vaccination status. Here are ways to show it.Read More
What to do if you lost your vaccine card
Here are some tips to ensure you have proof of vaccination – even if that little piece of paper goes missing.Read More
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