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6 Questions Organ Transplant Recipients May Have About COVID-19

COVID-19 still poses a serious threat to people who’ve had an organ transplant.

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What's Causing More Young Adults to Have Strokes Now?

Here’s how COVID-19 may be increasing stroke risk in young adults.

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Kids Ages 5 to 11 Can Now Get the COVID-19 Vaccine: Your Questions Answered

Approximately 28 million children ages 5 to 11 can now get a COVID-19 vaccine. Here are answers to common questions about these vaccines.

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Should I Get a COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shot?

If you received the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, you may be eligible to receive a booster shot. Read on for answers to common questions about COVID-19 vaccine booster shots.

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Lung Transplant After COVID-19: What Patients Need to Know

For people with severe COVID-19, sometimes the only life-saving option is a lung transplant. Learn more from Dr. Patrick Mulhall who has seen firsthand the difference a lung transplant can make.

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Addressing COVID-19 Vaccine Concerns in the LatinX Community

Misleading information on social media about the COVID vaccine makes it hard to know what to believe.  leaves many in the LatinX community feeling wary. Temple's Angel Pagán sheds some light on the truth about getting vaccinated.

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Why Hispanic and Latino Families May Be Wary About the COVID-19 Vaccine

Many families in the Latino and Hispanic communities have been personally affected by COVID-19. Dr. Natalia Ortiz-Torrent addresses common questions from families in the LatinX community who are still hesitant to get vaccinated.

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COVID-19 Vaccine for Kids Ages 12 to 15: What You Need to Know

The COVID vaccine is now available for children ages 12–15. What does that mean for parents who still have questions? Temple pediatrician David Fleece, MD, explains.

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Your COVID Vaccine Card: 5 Things You Should Know

Although it’s not necessary to show your vaccination card in public right now, it’s important to keep it safe. Here are answers to commonly asked questions after receiving your vaccine card.

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