Dennis Cunningham

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Where You Should Still Wear A Mask—And Why

: Life might be getting back to normal, but the pandemic isn't over yet--and there are certain places where it's especially important to wear a mask.

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Getting The Omicron Booster? Here’s What To Know

: The new FDA-authorized COVID-19 booster protects against the original strain of COVID-19 and the Omicron variants. Learn who should get it--and when.

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As Another Pandemic School Year Begins, Here Are Tips To Keeping Your Kids Safe

: With COVID-19 Omicron variants circulating around the country, it's important to take precautionary measures as kids head back to school.

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Childhood Vaccination Rates Are Down—And Doctors Are Worried

: Are your kids up-to-date on their vaccinations? Learn why it's important to make sure they are--especially since polio has been identified in the U.S.

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COVID-19 Reinfection May Lead To Increased Health Risks

: If you get COVID-19 more than once, it may cause worsened health effects the second time around. Here's how--and who may be most at risk. 

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Don’t Worry About Monkeypox, Just Stay Informed

: The WHO has declared monkeypox a global health emergency, but it's not likely to become a pandemic. Learn how it spreads and how to protect yours...

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Your Guide To COVID-19 Boosters: Who Needs Them, When—And Why

: Boosters are essential to protecting ourselves and others, but it can be confusing to know when you need one. We've laid out an easy guide to help you...

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How To Adjust To The Peaks And Dips In COVID-19 Cases

: Another mutation is causing COVID-19 cases to rise--but don't panic. Here's how to minimize your risk while still living your life when COVID-19 peaks...

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Do I Need To Worry About The COVID-19 BA.2 Variant?

: A new variant--a "descendant" of Omicron--is becoming dominant in the U.S. But here's why it might not cause a huge surge in COVID-19 cases.

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