COVID-19 vaccinations lag in youngest children
As of March 1, 2023, only 8% of children under 2 years and 10.5% of children ages 2-4 years have initiated a COVID vaccine series.
Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Resources, Other Diseases, and Healthcare Workers’ Experience
A new (old) drug joins the COVID fray, and guess what? It works
Part of the reason the monoclonals have failed lately is because of their specificity.
Spikes out: A COVID mystery
A new study does a great job of...
How to have a safer and more joyful holiday season
Unfortunately, the risks associated with gathering are not over.
How a cheap liver drug may be the key to preventing COVID
The authors of a paper appearing in Nature give us multiple, complementary lines of evidence.
Love them or hate them, masks in schools work
The confounding here goes in the opposite direction of the results. If anything, these factors should make you more certain that masking works.
The body of evidence for Paxlovid therapy
For older patients, we should be thinking of why we should be using Paxlovid rather than the reason not to treat.
I’m a physician battling long COVID. I can assure you it’s real
“I’ve also seen, firsthand, the frustration of navigating diagnosis and treatment. It’s given me a taste of what millions of other patients are...
Ivermectin for COVID-19: Final nail in the coffin
Is this nice U.S. randomized trial enough to convince people that results from a petri dish don’t always transfer to humans, regardless of the...