Despite what you’ve heard, it’s possible to get infected with COVID-19 more than once. Learn why from an infectious disease specialist.
Once an outbreak has made its presence known, there are steps you can take to try to minimize it and ease your pain and discomfort. An infectious disease expert explains how to cope with genital herpes outbreaks and address symptoms when they appear.
It’s been some time since the Zika virus made headlines, but in many parts of the world, some risk still remains — especially for people who are pregnant or want to become pregnant.
Language evolves, and medical language is no exception! Learn why doctors now prefer the term “sexually transmitted infection” (STI) over “sexually transmitted disease” (STD).
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Can the monoclonal antibody Evusheld offer protection against COVID-19, and is it right for you? Experts weigh in on this preventative treatment.
Today, COVID-19 treatments are available both in and out of the hospital. An infectious disease expert explains all the options, as well as what to know about each.
As flu season approaches, surges in cases of COVID-19 and influenza could lead to what doctors are calling a “twindemic” — and that’s in addition to “flurona.” Learn what this all means and how you can stay safe this season.
Both kids and adults can experience long COVID after recovering from COVID-19. A doctor shares what symptoms parents and caregivers should look for in kids and what treatments are available.
In a panic because you lost your COVID-19 vaccination card? All is not lost!
For those who’ve had COVID-19, there’s a group of people who’ll experience long COVID. Learn about symptoms and why getting vaccinated and boosted is still so important.