COVID-19 Booster Shots Have Arrived! Here’s What You Need to Know
November 15, 2021

Although it wasn’t too long ago that we last covered the announcement of COVID-19 booster shots, a lot has changed since then—in

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How to Fight the Flu this Season
October 13, 2021

In the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, coronavirus vaccines, and now the news of COVID-19 booster shots, it can be

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The Power of Vaccines Before & Beyond COVID-19
September 22, 2021

Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic—and especially since the development of the coronavirus vaccine—vaccines have been hotly debated on a

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Coming Soon to a Pharmacy Near You: COVID-19 Booster Shots
September 8, 2021

The approval of COVID-19 “booster” shots—an additional, third dose of the coronavirus vaccine—is likely. But how will the rollout of booster

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Why Back to School Should Mean a Return to Routine Vaccinations
August 17, 2021

Measles, mumps, chicken pox and coronavirus, oh my! Nationwide, we’re finally getting back to school and back to in-person learning. Unfortunately,

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Seven Ways to Safely Travel This Summer Without Getting COVID-19
August 5, 2021

A lot has changed for the better since last summer in regards to COVID-19. We now have multiple vaccines available, making

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Lydia from Back to the Vax Shares Why She Went from Anti-Vaxxer to Immunization Advocate
July 7, 2021

We first discovered Lydia, co-founder of Back to the Vax, on Twitter.  Her feed was filled with helpful resources, vaccine related

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Vaccine Passports
What Vaccine Passports Are & Why You’ll Probably Need One
April 27, 2021

The term “vaccine passport” has been floating around a lot lately. But what, exactly, does this buzzword mean and what does

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Spring Break in the Age of COVID-19: Coronavirus Safety Tips to Follow This Spring
March 19, 2021

Spring has sprung! And while it’s tempting to want to jet off to the nearest island for a tropical getaway, in

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Sandra Leal Shares Her Experience Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine
March 4, 2021

For Sandra Leal, the decision to get the COVID-19 vaccine was an easy one. As someone who holds a Master’s Degree

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