While vaccines have been proven to prevent COVID-19, researchers may have found another preventative. A new study has found that certain cannabis extracts may actually stop the coronavirus from infecting human cells; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
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Is it the movie theater? The gym? Researchers calculated the odds of infection for any place you might go.
The Biden administration aims to make 400 million N95 masks available to all Americans for free at pharmacies and community health centers next week, a White House official said per The Wall Street...
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'I'm 29 years old and I feel like I'm 70': Long COVID patients continue to struggle for months, years
COVID-19 long haul patients are struggling with doctors and employers as they battle lingering symptoms that make them feel "crazy."
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Upstate poison center urges caution: Exposure to liquid in home COVID-19 test kits could be hazardous, depending on the kit
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Counterfeit N95 and KN95 masks are flooding the market. Here's how to tell if a respirator is real or fake, and how to buy a NIOSH-approved mask.
On Wednesday, the Biden administration announced that it will make 400 million N95 face masks available free of charge to Americans. Here's how to get yours.
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Thomas Massie tweeted that he isn't vaccinated or boosted.
‘Your great-great-great-grandchildren will still be getting immunized against coronavirus’: This Mayo Clinic doctor says it’s too late to eradicate COVID-19
Will coronavirus be eradicated? 'No, it will not,' says Dr. Gregory Poland, who studies the immunogenetics of vaccine response at the Mayo Clinic.
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Booster shots appear to be at least 90% effective against hospitalization for both Delta and Omicron, new CDC data show.
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UnsplashFrom the outset of the pandemic, the prospect that weed might be used to fight COVID-19 was tantalizing. After all, many people across the planet were getting high to pass the time during lockdown, and there is a long history of governments shunning the idea that cannabis might have health benefits, research be damned.Still, the FDA and other health authorities were quick to say as far back as April 2020 there was no science to back up claims that weed was going to be useful in warding o
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Whether you sweat in a studio or in your living room, experts share how to reframe the way you think about fitness.
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Just after 1 p.m. Tuesday last week, my phone buzzed with a text message from my mother: “Well, came down with cold, aches, cough etc over wknd.” She had taken an at-home coronavirus test. It was positive. Having spent the past year writing about COVID-19 vaccines and treatments for The New York Times, I knew a lot about the options available to people like my mother. Yet I was about to go on a seven-hour odyssey that would show me there was a lot I didn’t grasp. My mother, Mary Ann Neilsen, is
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Omicron is infecting more kids than any prior variant. Here are the most common symptoms in children, according to experts.
Fatigue, headaches, a sore throat and a runny nose are common, while gut problems like diarrhea and a bark-like coughing known as croup also feature.
The CDC now recommends wearing respirators. Here are the best N95 masks and KN95 masks to buy online now to protect against Omicron COVID-19.
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Those who do wish to report their test result can visit the California Community Based At-Home Testing website.
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Yale researchers have developed a wearable device to detects the COVID-19 virus. It could monitor risk in restaurants, hospitals and other workplaces.
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