At the end of July 2021, after learning they had been exposed to someone with COVID-19, Bud and Alexia (Lexie) Rogers did the prudent thing—they got... Learn More about Lexie and Bud Rogers' Story: A Long Recovery from COVID-19
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With flu season approaching and the COVID-19 pandemic still in full force, could we be headed for a twindemic? Here's what you need to know. Learn More about Twindemic: What is it and Are We at Risk for One?
From who needs to get the COVID-19 booster first to when they will be more readily avaialble to the general public—here is what you need to know. Learn More about Do I Need a COVID-19 Booster Shot?
Early on in the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Prateek Grover, medical director at The Rehabilitation Institute of St. Louis, discussed what some of the... Learn More about The COVID-19 Pandemic: 4 Things to Know Now
Editor’s note: This post has been updated to reflect new CDC guidance As more individuals receive the vaccine, mask-wearing mandates are being lifted, leaving many getting used to breathing without a mask once again. However, with the CDC recently updating its masks-wearing guidance for vaccinated individuals, more places are going back to requiring masks, and... Learn More about Where do you still need to wear a mask?
When Patrick Stacavich’s daughter dropped him off at the emergency room Jan. 18, he assumed he would see her later that day. The pair had both been battling COVID-19. However, Stacavich’s case proved to be much more serious, so much so that instead of leaving the hospital that same day, he didn’t return home until... Learn More about Patrick’s story: Recovering from COVID-19
COVID-19 is a puzzling virus. While some people escape with few to no symptoms, others develop a life-threatening infection. Those who survive a severe COVID-19 infection often report persistent complications. The most common lasting complications include shortness of breath, chronic cough, chest tightness, cognitive dysfunction and fatigue. As seen in the list above, the pulmonary system appears to... Learn More about Just breathe: Recovering your breath after COVID-19
The last thing Susie Espinosa remembers before losing consciousness was the hospital hallway. The first thing she recalled when waking weeks later were the blue balloons welcoming her baby boy. Espinosa was pregnant when she contracted COVID-19. At first, she thought it was a cold. Symptoms were mild to start, but they progressed quickly. “I... Learn More about Susie's story: Pregnant with COVID-19