Candice Choi, The Associated Press

Candice Choi

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Recent articles by Candice:

EXPLAINER: How COVID tests, isolation will work at Olympics

Athletes and others headed to the Olympics face a multitude of COVID-19 testing hurdles as organizers seek to catch any infections early and keep the virus at bay. → Read More

How COVID tests, isolation will work at Olympics

NEW YORK (AP) — Athletes and others headed to the Olympics face a multitude of COVID-19 testing hurdles as organizers seek to catch any infections early and keep the virus at bay. A positive test could mean athletes sitting out the Beijing Games — perhaps even if they're no longer contagious. Olympic officials say they'll be flexible and review the need for isolation on a case-by-case basis. → Read More

What if someone tests positive? And how long would their isolation last? A look at how COVID-19 testing will work at the Olympics.

Athletes and others headed to the Olympics face a multitude of COVID-19 testing hurdles as organizers seek to catch any infections early and keep the virus at bay. → Read More

Early treatment could tame peanut allergies in small kids

Young children might be able to overcome their peanut allergies if treated at an early enough age, according to a study published Thursday. → Read More

Early treatment could tame peanut allergies in small kids

A new study finds that young children might be able to overcome their peanut allergies if treated early enough → Read More

Study offers hope for some toddlers with peanut allergies

The findings suggest there’s “a window of opportunity” early in life when peanut allergy treatment could have a lasting impact. → Read More

Study offers hope for some toddlers with peanut allergies

The findings suggest there’s “a window of opportunity” early in life when peanut allergy treatment could have a lasting impact. → Read More

Study offers hope for some toddlers with peanut allergies

The findings suggest there’s “a window of opportunity” early in life when peanut allergy treatment could have a lasting impact. → Read More

Study offers hope for some toddlers with peanut allergies

The findings suggest there’s “a window of opportunity” early in life when peanut allergy treatment could have a lasting impact. → Read More

Study offers hope for some toddlers with peanut allergies

The findings suggest there’s “a window of opportunity” early in life when peanut allergy treatment could have a lasting impact. → Read More

Study offers hope for some toddlers with peanut allergies

The findings suggest there’s “a window of opportunity” early in life when peanut allergy treatment could have a lasting impact. → Read More

Study offers hope for some toddlers with peanut allergies

The findings suggest there’s “a window of opportunity” early in life when peanut allergy treatment could have a lasting impact. → Read More

Study offers hope for some toddlers with peanut allergies

The findings suggest there’s “a window of opportunity” early in life when peanut allergy treatment could have a lasting impact. → Read More

Study offers hope for some toddlers with peanut allergies

The findings suggest there’s “a window of opportunity” early in life when peanut allergy treatment could have a lasting impact. → Read More

Study offers hope for some toddlers with peanut allergies

The findings suggest there’s “a window of opportunity” early in life when peanut allergy treatment could have a lasting impact. → Read More

Study offers hope for some toddlers with peanut allergies

The findings suggest there’s “a window of opportunity” early in life when peanut allergy treatment could have a lasting impact. → Read More

Study offers hope for some toddlers with peanut allergies

The findings suggest there’s “a window of opportunity” early in life when peanut allergy treatment could have a lasting impact. → Read More

Early treatment could tame peanut allergies in small kids

NEW YORK (AP) — Young children might be able to overcome their peanut allergies if treated at an early enough age, according to a study published Thursday. The researchers gave increasing amounts of peanut protein powder to a group of toddlers to build up their tolerance for peanuts. After 2 1/2 years, close to three-quarters could tolerate the equivalent of 16 peanuts without an allergic… → Read More

Clap, don’t chant: China aims for “Zero COVID” Olympics

Athletes will need to be vaccinated -- or face a long quarantine — take tests daily and wear masks when not competing or training. Clapping is OK to cheer on teammates, not chanting. Anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 will be sent into isolation and unable to compete until cleared for discharge. → Read More

China is aiming for a ‘Zero COVID’ Winter Olympics in Beijing with a strict approach to protocols. Here’s how the Games will work.

At the Beijing Olympics, strict containment measures will aim to create a virus-proof “bubble” for thousands of international visitors at a time when omicron is fueling infections globally. → Read More