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The Science Behind the COVID-19 Vaccines

The COVID-19 vaccines were developed historically fast — less than 1 year from start to finish! But the fast timeline has raised questions about whether the vaccines are safe and if they were tested long enough. Researcher Glenn Rall, PhD, explains the science.

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Is It Safe to Go to the Doctor?

Worried about visiting your doctor? These 7 tips will help you catch up on important care and screenings while keeping you as safe as possible.

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COVID-19 Vaccines: Are There Differences?

Two COVID-19 vaccines are authorized for use in the U.S. and a few others are on the way. Here are answers to common questions about the differences of each vaccine, from Temple Infectious Disease Specialist Heather Clauss, MD.

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What Do I Need to Know About Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine?

The COVID-19 vaccine means hope that there are brighter days ahead. Dr. Heather Clauss answers some common questions about getting the vaccine, including what side effects they may cause.

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What Are COVID Long-Haulers?

If you're experiencing lingering symptoms after having COVID-19, you may be a COVID "long-hauler." Learn about these severe symptoms and why some people have them.

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These Conditions Increase Your Risk of Serious COVID-19 Complications

Read on for a list of conditions associated with COVID-19 complications and the treatments we offer at Temple for high-risk patients who are diagnosed with COVID-19.

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Is It Flu or COVID-19?

Flu season is upon us, but with the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping yourself and your loved ones safe looks a little bit different this year. Here’s what you need to know and what you can do to prepare.

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Why It’s Important to See Your Doctor

Now more than ever, it’s important to stay healthy. That means keeping up with preventive care and addressing any symptoms or conditions that may have come up over the past few months. Dr. Savoy explains why you should continue seeking care.

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How to Cope with COPD and Anxiety

If you have COPD, not being able to breathe can make you feel anxious. Clinical Psychologist Nancy Ciccolella shares her expertise and provides helpful at-home suggestions to manage those feelings.

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