The CDC recently awarded a $10 million grant to a UF team to explore factors that can influence COVID-19 severity.
Dr. Sonja A. Rasmussen discusses what parents should know and do to help their children stay well.
Researchers found patients who recovered from severe COVID-19 had more than twice the risk of being hospitalized again for an issue such as heart attack, stroke, pneumonia or pulmonary embolism.
Dr. Ira Longini and other WHO researchers offer guidance on approaches to track, understand and mitigate COVID-19 virus variants.
The findings could help physicians identify who is at risk of developing severe COVID-19 so treatment can begin earlier.
Alachua County residents can help take a step toward herd immunity now that 12- to 15- year-old children can get a COVID-19 vaccine locally.
Dr. Sonja A. Rasmussen provides pointers to parents on COVID-19 vaccinations and the continuing need to be vigilant in protecting their children.
Dr. Cindy Prins looks at herd immunity and explains how it might be part of the answer.
The UF team found more than 8% of high school students who were quarantined as a close contact of a person infected with COVID-19 tested positive for the virus on days 9 to 14 of quarantine.
Dr. John Lednicky talks about coronavirus variants and what they might mean for the pandemic.