More than two years after the coronavirus pandemic began, many researchers have turned their attention to understanding and treating “long COVID,” the long-term symptoms that have affected millions of people infected with the SARS-CoV2 virus. As we continue to live with a “new normal,” we’ll be updating this page periodically with highlights from recent research advances, news and lifestyle information.
APS Journal Research and Additional Resources
- APS Journals Coronavirus-related Collection
- COVID-19 Collection from I Spy Physiology
- Teaching through a Pandemic from PECOP blog
- COVID-19 Resources for Investigators Curated by APS
- Should I get a fourth shot now, or wait for an Omicron-specific booster?
- When you have covid, here’s how you know you are no longer contagious
- CDC recommends COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as 6 months
- FDA advisers greenlight Novavax COVID-19 vaccine
- Youngest Children Could Get Covid Shots in Late June, White House Says
- Boost now? Boost later? Tricky calculation for a 4th coronavirus shot.
- COVID-19 vaccines for kids: What you need to know
- Concerns Rise as Passenger Masks Fall
- FDA authorizes first Covid-19 breath test
- Pandemic habits: How to hang on to the good ones and get rid of the bad
- Your Office Is More Annoying Than You Remembered. Here’s How to Handle It.
- How to Judge COVID Risks and When to Wear a Mask
- Do Home Covid Tests Expire?
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