The Global Healthy Living Foundation’s latest COVID-19 Patient Support Program poll reveals that for the 20 percent of those who reported getting COVID since being vaccinated, fatigue, headache, and sinus congestion were the most common symptoms.
Plus, why it’s perfectly okay not to “learn a lesson” at all.
You may have a sense of being left behind as the rest of the world returns to normal activities, but connecting with other immunocompromised patients may help you feel less alone.
The American Rheumatology Association offers new medication guidelines aimed to better balance the risk of flares and infection for patients undergoing joint replacement surgery.
Here are the symptoms you may encounter — and what steps to take to set yourself up for the best health possible.
The news shouldn’t stop you from taking your medication, but you should talk to your health care professional about how to best protect yourself.
Plus, how to lower your risk if you’re around school-aged children.
In the Global Healthy Living Foundation’s latest COVID-19 Patient Support Program poll, 90 percent of immunocompromised patients said they would continue to wear masks indoors in public settings —but they may be less strict when socializing with trusted loved ones.
Now eligible for a fourth dose, immunocompromised people who got a third dose as part of their primary series last fall experienced improved protection from the coronavirus, CDC research shows.
Plus, better ways to take care of your mental and physical health.