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A woman sits on a chair in her living room looking out the window. (Photo: Anthony Tran/Unsplash)

Back to Normal?

Coping with Isolation as Businesses Reopen Businesses across the U.S. are re-opening after COVID-19 mandated closures. Now, many of us are battling with the desire to participate in our usual summer social activities yet still understand that it is too soon to return to our
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Dr. Louis Falo holds a microneedle array that contains the spike protein that researchers say triggers antibodies against the COVID-19 illness. (Photo: University of Pittsburgh)

Coronavirus Cure?

Pitt’s COVID-19 Vaccine Successful in Trials In two previous viral outbreaks, spanning almost 20 years, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh worked to develop vaccines.   That experience served them well in the race to develop a preventative treatment for the
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Closeup of a woman's eyes wearing a surigal mask. (Photo: Ani kolleshi/Unsplash)

Home Hot Zone

How to Self-Quarantine at Home A national emergency has been declared. Coronavirus cases are rising. The likelihood that you may soon be exposed is increasing. You will need to know what to do if you do get exposed and have to self-quarantine.   Assume someone in your home
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