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The COVID Omicron Variant: What You Need To Know

With the Omicron variant of the coronavirus spreading fast, a UH infectious disease specialist answers key questions about the variant and what may lie ahead.

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Mental Health Problems for Kids on the Rise with COVID Pandemic

The U.S. surgeon general recently sounded an alarm about a mental health crisis gripping the nation’s children and adolescents. Symptoms of depression and anxiety have spiked, as have emergency room visits for mental health issues.

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Holiday Travel is Possible This Year With the Right Precautions

If you do travel, understanding changing protocols for the locations and venues you plan to visit is most important.

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Recovery from COVID Long Haul Syndrome May Require Specialty Care

We are learning more all the time about long-term effects of COVID-19. A new study of long haul COVID-19 found more than one in three patients had at least one symptom three to six months afterward.

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What To Consider in Planning for a Second Thanksgiving Under COVID-19

The second Thanksgiving of the coronavirus era is around the corner, but this year is much different than last. Vaccines have made it much safer, but people still must navigate risks.

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COVID-19 Vaccine for Kids Under 12: What Parents Need To Know

Expanding vaccination to kids in this age group under emergency use authorization undoubtedly has many parents asking questions. Amy Edwards, MD, pediatric infectious disease specialist at UH Rainbow, helps answer them.

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A More Traditional Halloween Celebration is Possible This Year

Last year, traditional celebrations were discouraged and people were advised to put out bowls of candy to avoid contact. That isn’t necessary for most people this year. Here’s why.

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Smell and Taste Loss After COVID: Should You Be Worried?

After recovering from COVID-19, many patients failed to recover their sense of smell right away, and some may worry the situation could be permanent. A recent study has encouraging news for these patients.

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