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Why Do Teens Need the COVID-19 Vaccine?

“People say COVID-19 doesn’t affect kids — but it definitely does,” says Pamela Zeitlin, MD. She explains why 12-15 year-olds need to be vaccinated.

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Vaccine for Kids Under 12

Vaccination Benefits: Less Masking

Hooray! The CDC guidelines now let fully vaccinated people go maskless in many situations, but it is important to know when and where you still need to mask up.

New Masking Dos and Don’ts

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Summer Air Quality Where You Live

Burlington (Vermont) boasts the cleanest air in the country. Get the rest of the U.S. rankings and tips from our experts to protect your lungs from harmful pollution this summer.

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What Can You Do About Pollen Allergens?

If you have itchy eyes, sneezing and post-nasal drip this spring, you may have pollen allergies. Allergist Flavia Hoyte, MD, explains how to manage them.

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Does Anyone Still Need Masks?

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Watch our next virtual event — Big Impact Ideas: Our Next Life-Changing Discoveries for advances in curing asthma, preventing childhood allergies and more.

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Systemic Allergic Reaction to SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination

A clinical trial is seeking volunteers ages 18 to 69 who have a history of serious allergic reaction, have a mast cell disorder, or have no allergies at all to determine whether highly allergic people or people with mast cell disorders are more likely to have an allergic reaction to COVID-19 vaccines than others. Participants will receive either the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine as part of the trial. Learn More

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