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With Thousands of Students Arriving, Colleges in Connecticut Are Hustling to Get Students Tested for COVID-19

| August 17, 2020
With 70,000 students now arriving on college campuses in Connecticut from across the nation, sc [...] Read more

New Saliva-Based COVID-19 Test Could Be a Fast and Cheap ‘Game Changer’

by Holly Yan and Christina Maxouris | August 17, 2020
After months of frustration over testing shortages and delays, a new saliva test could giv [...] Read more

University of California Requires Flu Shots for Students, Faculty and Staff

by Lauren Hernández | August 10, 2020
Students, faculty and staff in the University of California system will be required to get flu [...] Read more

How One Dynamic Duo Is Transforming Women’s Health On College Campuses During COVID-19

by Brittany Chambers | August 10, 2020
During her freshman year in college, Crystal Evuleocha began to experience unusual abdominal pa [...] Read more

COVID-19 Safety Pledges Common at Ohio Universities, But Not All Are the Same

by Jennifer Smola | August 10, 2020
Some call it a pledge. For others, it’s a “compact” or a “commitment.” No matter the [...] Read more

Study Highlights Mental Health Risks Facing Healthcare Workers During Pandemic

by North Carolina State University | August 03, 2020
A new study finds that healthcare workers in the United States are struggling with a suite of m [...] Read more

Panel: Pandemic Has Exposed Long-Standing Health Inequities

by James Dean | August 03, 2020
While the coronavirus pandemic is frequently described as unprecedented, its disproportionate t [...] Read more

Health Illiteracy Is Nothing New in America. But the Pandemic Magnifies How Troubling It Is.

by Eve Glicksman | August 03, 2020
A Michigan library had to ask patrons to stop microwaving books to kill the coronavirus after n [...] Read more