Q&A on what data was used to grant full approval, as well as information on side effects and vaccines for children.
This episode focuses on addressing & debunking common myths about the COVID-19 vaccines.
In this NPR article, science writers Selena Simmons-Duffin and Rob Stein share what we know — and don’t know — about breakthrough cases.
While there’s no evidence that COVID-19 vaccines affect a woman’s chance of conceiving, the COVID-19 infection can be harmful during pregnancy.
Poor kidney function can lead to severe disease, which is why some patients and providers have been strong advocates for vaccination.
The CDC is providing information on trends in COVID-19 vaccination status and intent by week and by demographics.
A deep dive into the public's attitudes toward vaccines by age, race, region, and/or political affiliation.
What people should know once they are fully vaccinated.
The AAMC Center for Health Justice polled a nationally representative sample of adults across the United States to gauge their levels of trust in institutions.
Fear of harming their unborn are keeping some expectant mothers from getting vaccinated. These strategies may help build confidence in the COVID vaccines.