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COVID-19

New Research on COVID-19 and Pregnancy
New findings shed further light on how the coronavirus affects pregnant women and add evidence for safety and protection of vaccines.
The Unexpected Gift of COVID Recovery
It’s been two years since Gerard Baus was desperately ill with COVID-19. While he’s doing well and is back to work as assistant director of Protective Services at Einstein Healthcare Network, he’s not fully recovered.
Is it Seasonal Allergies or COVID-19?
Loss of smell can happen with seasonal allergy, but may also be an early sign of COVID-19 disease. Doctors weigh in for the answers.
Are We Still in a Pandemic? Adjusting to the New COVID Normal
Among fluctuating COVID cases, ever-evolving variants and unclear masking policies, here’s what you need to know about where the pandemic stands.
How COVID Can Affect Your Heart Health
The effects of COVID on your heart are widespread, and can happen to anyone—from those with severe illness to those with no initial symptoms at all.
Michael Lucidonio Shares Reflections Two Years after COVID-19 Hospitalization
Tony Luke's son Michael Lucidonio remembers when he was put on a ventilator, confronting his own mortality, and shares an update on how he continues to recover today.
Where I Am Now: Two Years After COVID-19 Hospitalization
South Jersey resident Tom McLaughlin recounts his battle coming off of a ventilator and how he’s managing long-term heart complications, while still living life to the fullest.
Doctors Feel Hopeful About Restoring Taste and Smell Loss After COVID
The second phase of a clinical trial for patients to regain their sense of taste and smell is about to begin, and it is showing promising results.
Dr. John Zurlo on COVID-19, Reflections and Future Projections
Infectious disease specialist Dr. Zurlo reflects back on the pandemic, offers updates on the current status of the virus and looks ahead to the future with hope.
Capturing the Experiences of New Mothers during COVID-19
New moms participate in a research project to document the early weeks of motherhood with photos, and reflect on the challenges and adaptations of the pandemic.
Podcast: COVID Update- Omicron variant, Antibody Therapies, and At-Home Testing
Chief of Infectious Diseases reminds public to avoid Emergency Rooms for testing, at-home tests are sufficient