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In this post, SciMoms asked mom and ICU nurse, Renee Chavez, about her experience in the Pfizer kids COVID vaccine trials for kids under 12. Renee has been an ICU (intensive care unit) nurse for 12 years. She worked for 6 years in the adult ICU and 6 years in the pediatric CVICU (Cardiovascular Intensive … Continue reading Here’s why I enrolled my children in the kids COVID vaccine trials
In this series of COVID FAQs, the SciMoms answer your frequently asked questions about the novel coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic. In this FAQ, we focus on COVID variants and the Delta variant. Find all previous FAQs here. This post was written by Layla Katiraee and Alison Bernstein. What are COVID variants? Viruses are infectious agents … Continue reading SciMoms COVID FAQ: What you need to know about COVID variants
We examine bacterial meningitis and meningococcal disease, and which vaccines can prevent various causes of meningitis.
On July 27, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated their masking and other recommendations to help mitigate the spread of SARS-CoV-2. This post will discuss why the recommendations have changed, review the current CDC masking guidelines, and compare the guidelines to masking recommendations from other organizations and countries. Why do CDC … Continue reading Ask SciMoms: Why did CDC mask recommendations change again?