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Learning lessons from previous pandemics

By ecropolis | June 28, 2022
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FDA Panel to Weigh Improved Booster Shots From Moderna, Pfizer

By ecropolis | June 27, 2022
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F.D.A. May Move Toward Updating Vaccines

By ecropolis | June 27, 2022
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Dr. Peter Hotez says he ‘did a lot’ to ‘keep schools open’ after pushing against it throughout COVID

By ecropolis | June 21, 2022
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Two monkeypox cases now confirmed in Houston area; threat remains low

By ecropolis | June 18, 2022
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The New Normal: Should young children get a COVID-19 vaccine? This is what one expert says.

By ecropolis | June 15, 2022
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International Travelers No Longer Tested For COVID Upon Return To U.S.

By ecropolis | June 13, 2022
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Summer is not a good time’ Heat is up and COVID numbers are rising

By ecropolis | June 13, 2022
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Moderna says its new COVID vaccine is effective against omicron

By ecropolis | June 8, 2022
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Measles, polio vaccination rates among Tarrant County kids fall to worrisome levels

By ecropolis | June 8, 2022
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Cottage Health Research Institute, researchers gather for symposium

By ecropolis | June 5, 2022
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There is room at the top for all you can grow

By ecropolis | June 3, 2022
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Looking Back to Look Forward: Milestones in Food Technology

By ecropolis | June 2, 2022
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Peter Hotez says his recent COVID case shows just how transmissible subvariant BA 2.12 is

By ecropolis | June 2, 2022
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Houston’s COVID cases are climbing again, wastewater data shows

By ecropolis | May 31, 2022
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Refresh Takes: UB medical school hosts two leading doctors in the Covid-19 fight

By ecropolis | May 27, 2022
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Novavax vaccine poised to be a fourth COVID-19 option in U.S.

By ecropolis | May 26, 2022
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What is Monkeypox and do you need to be concerned?

By ecropolis | May 26, 2022
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People treated with Paxlovid who get rebound COVID should isolate again for 5 days, CDC advises

By ecropolis | May 25, 2022
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“I Have a Lot More Optimism That We’ll Be Able to Contain This Monkeypox Outbreak”

By ecropolis | May 25, 2022
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CDC warns of ‘Covid-19 rebound’ after taking Paxlovid antiviral pills

By ecropolis | May 24, 2022
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Monkeypox virus spreads amid struggle to contain COVID-19

By ecropolis | May 23, 2022
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Can COVID Symptoms Rebound? What Experts Say on Puzzling Paxlovid Cases

By ecropolis | May 23, 2022
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How to tell if you have monkeypox

By ecropolis | May 22, 2022
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Fact Check: Does the Moderna COVID Vaccine Contain Pesticides?

By ecropolis | May 20, 2022
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Media Advisory: Vaccine scientist Peter Hotez will give virtual talk sponsored by UB

By ecropolis | May 20, 2022
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Concerns grow that COVID-19 may ‘rebound’ after taking antiviral Paxlovid

By ecropolis | May 19, 2022
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The New Normal: Should children get a COVID-19 booster?

By ecropolis | May 18, 2022
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As the Virus Evolves, COVID-19 Reinfections Are Going to Keep Happening

By ecropolis | May 18, 2022
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Scientists Say Yes, You Can Catch Covid Many Times; It May Become Normal

By ecropolis | May 17, 2022
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We’re done with COVID, but COVID is not done with us’: Doctors warn of new sub omicron variant wave

By ecropolis | May 17, 2022
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Dr. Peter Hotez warns of nation’s hidden COVID wave that’s ‘almost like omicron’

By ecropolis | May 17, 2022
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Dr. Peter Hotez tweets that he has COVID

By ecropolis | May 9, 2022
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Houston’s Dr. Peter Hotez, who is fully vaccinated and boosted, tests positive for COVID-19; says symptoms are moderate

By ecropolis | May 9, 2022
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Dr. Peter Hotez, a leading authority in COVID-19 pandemic, says he tested positive for coronavirus

By ecropolis | May 9, 2022
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4 Burning Questions for Peter J. Hotez

By ecropolis | May 5, 2022
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FDA’s Approves Remdesivir to Treat Young Children With Covid-19

By ecropolis | May 5, 2022
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Moderna seeks authorization for vaccines for youngest children

By ecropolis | April 28, 2022
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Dr. Hotez: Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine for children under 6 is ‘potentially promising’ but not ‘a slam dunk’

By ecropolis | April 28, 2022
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Can the ‘vaccine for the world’ help end the global pandemic?

By ecropolis | April 28, 2022
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Texas Scientists Urge White House to Commit to Global Funding of Non-Patented COVID-19 Vaccine

By ecropolis | April 26, 2022
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Mask mandates drop amind new variant

By ecropolis | April 23, 2022
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What is Corbevax? All you need to know about COVID-19 vaccine recommended for emergency use in 5-12 year olds

By ecropolis | April 21, 2022
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Effective treatments for COVID are now available. Why are they not being used?

By ecropolis | April 20, 2022
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Is it safe to be on a plane without a mask?

By ecropolis | April 19, 2022
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Trump-appointed judge voiding travel mask mandate raises danger of Covid surge experts say

By ecropolis | April 19, 2022
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COVID-19 expert: It’s too soon to lift mask mandate

By ecropolis | April 19, 2022
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When will there be a COVID vaccine for kids? Dr. Bottazzi talks progress in U.S., globally

By ecropolis | April 19, 2022
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The New Normal: Mask confusion! Federal judge leaves decision to require masks to companies, local governments

By ecropolis | April 19, 2022
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Coronavirus Highlights: India records 1,150 new Covid-19 cases, four deaths; over 11,000 active cases

By ecropolis | April 18, 2022
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