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The COVID-19 pandemic sparked a slew of mental health issues when it started nearly a year ago, and as the virus recedes it's likely to do so again. Although a full return to pre-pandemic life may be months or even a year away, Dr. Tanya Middleton is already hearing from clients about the stresses and anxieties of returning to normal. Middleton, a clinical assistant professor at Ohio State ...

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For many people, the burning question has been when can I get vaccinated against the coronavirus. Once they receive the green light from the state to make an appointment, the next question often becomes, which vaccine should I sign up for? More: 'I cannot believe I got this again': When COVID-19 strikes twice Public health officials say there’s an easy answer to that: Whichever one you can. ...

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CHICAGO — Dr. Eve Feinberg proactively brings up the COVID-19 vaccine with patients who are hoping to get pregnant, in order to get ahead of misinformation about the inoculation. Dr. Jennifer Hirshfeld-Cytron has written blog posts with headlines straight to the point, like “The COVID-19 vaccine won’t cause infertility.” Doctors who specialize in pregnancy and fertility are coming out in full ...

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Syracuse, N.Y. – Keeping kids at home instead of in the classroom is having a devastating impact and needs to change, Central New York’s top coronavirus doctors say. “This is a disaster,” said Dr. Stephen Thomas, chief of the infectious disease branch at Upstate Medical University, the region’s largest hospital. “It’s becoming a lot clearer that the risk for kids not being in school is much ...

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Syracuse City School buses sit idle in the Sixth North Street lot during a time when they normally would be out dropping students off at home …