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Madeline Farber

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Recent articles by Madeline:

Coronavirus cases, hospitalizations rising in Pennsylvania

Coronavirus cases and related hospitalizations are rising in Pennsylvania, according to state health data. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccines effective against California coronavirus variant: study

Researchers in a new study found that COVID-19 vaccines are effective against a coronavirus variant that first emerged in California and has since become the dominant strain in the Golden State. → Read More

Coronavirus survivors might experience more intense COVID-19 vaccine side effects, experts say

Coronavirus survivors who receive the COVID-19 vaccine may experience more intense side effects following initial vaccination, experts say. → Read More

Wisconsin nearing 2M COVID-19 vaccine doses administered

Nearly 2 million people in Wisconsin have received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine, state health data shows. → Read More

Oklahoma opening up COVID-19 vaccine appointments to non-residents

Oklahoma is now offering vaccine appointments to people who do not live in the state. → Read More

Colorado identifies cases of Brazilian coronavirus variant for the first time: officials

Colorado health officials this week announced the state has identified its first cases of a worrisome coronavirus variant first identified in Brazil late last year. → Read More

Most children with MIS-C experienced only mild coronavirus symptoms prior to inflammatory illness: study

Most children who developed the rare but serious multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) that occurs weeks following a coronavirus infection had no or only mild symptoms of COVID-19 when they were initially infected, according to a new study that’s said to be the largest analysis of such cases in children in the U.S. → Read More

WHO against coronavirus vaccine passports for the time being, spokesperson says

The World Health Organization (WHO) does not back the use of coronavirus vaccine passports for travel, a spokesperson said. → Read More

Coronavirus vaccine passports won’t be mandated by federal government, Fauci says

The federal government won’t be mandating so-called coronavirus “vaccine passports” — proof that one has been vaccinated against COVID-19 — for travelers or businesses after the pandemic is over, according to the nation’s top infectious disease expert. → Read More

Why can chronic stress result in hair loss? New research provides clues

It’s well known that chronic stress can lead to hair loss, but how exactly stress causes hair loss has been a mystery — until now. A new study conducted by researchers at Harvard University may provide a clue. → Read More

Is it COVID-19, allergies, or post-vaccine symptoms? How to tell the difference

With spring officially upon us and the novel coronavirus still spreading amid the country’s vaccination effort, it can be difficult to tell the difference between seasonal allergies, a coronavirus infection, and side effects post-vaccination. → Read More

FDA approves 2 rapid coronavirus tests to be sold over-the-counter for at-home use

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) this week approved two rapid, over-the-counter coronavirus tests that will soon hit drugstore shelves for easy, at-home testing capabilities. → Read More

Early trials for Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine against South African variant begin, NIH says

The National Institutes of Health has officially begun early-stage trials of an investigational COVID-19 vaccine developed by Moderna to protect against a concerning coronavirus variant that was first identified in South Africa. → Read More

CDC provides Easter coronavirus guidance, says fully vaccinated people can gather without masks

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has officially released its coronavirus guidance ahead of Easter Sunday, advising those who are taking part in the celebration to do so virtually and avoid travel, if possible. Those who are fully vaccinated against the novel disease, however, may gather together without face masks, the federal agency said. → Read More

Coronavirus third leading cause of death in 2020, CDC report says

The novel coronavirus was the third leading cause of death in the U.S. in 2020, according to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Wednesday. → Read More

CDC director warns of COVID-induced 'impending doom' as cases, hospitalizations increase

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky during a White House briefing on Monday warned of "impending doom" amid a recent increase in coronavirus cases and related hospitalizations. Walensky appeared to hold back tears as she expressed concerns the U.S. could soon bear witness to a fourth surge — even as the county has averaged some 2.7 million vaccinations… → Read More

Poor sleep, burnout may up coronavirus risk, study claims

Hoping to avoid a coronavirus infection? Avoid burnout and get good sleep, suggests the findings of a new study. → Read More

Washington state officials monitoring 23 people for Ebola following travel to countries with outbreaks

Health officials in Washington state are monitoring 23 people for Ebola after they returned from Guinea and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), two West African countries that are currently seeing outbreaks of the infectious disease. → Read More

Coronavirus cases in Pennsylvania top 1M as vaccine rollout continues

Coronavirus cases in Pennsylvania surpassed 1 million on Thursday, with daily new cases of COVID-19 on the rise in the state overall, state health data shows. → Read More

Coronavirus herd immunity possible in this state by July, health official says

At least one midwestern state could see herd immunity by this summer, according to a health official there. → Read More